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Imation launches solid-state disk drive products
Imation began shipping two flash-based solid state drive (SSD) products this week, based on a partnership with South Korean SSD manufacturing company Mtron. Imation's new SSD portfolio includes the MOBI 3000 series for consumers and the PRO 7000 for enterprise, corporate and IT infrastructure applications. The list prices are $699.99 for the MOBI 3000 and $1,159.99 for the PRO 7000.

Reports also circulated in the industry this week that Intel is planning new SSD offerings.

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