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Old August 30, 2012, 04:48 PM
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We are looking into the Neutron series (hoping to hear back soon!). Coming up soon is Crucial and SanDisk drives.

Lowfat....I've already started poking herr editor over Plextor...but they are not one of our regulars, so it might be a long shot. So I cant make any promises. But I do agree the Marvell Monet looks very, very interesting. :)
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We are looking into the Neutron series (hoping to hear back soon!). Coming up soon is Crucial and SanDisk drives.

Lowfat....I've already started poking herr editor over Plextor...but they are not one of our regulars, so it might be a long shot. So I cant make any promises. But I do agree the Marvell Monet looks very, very interesting. :)
Yah when you Reviewing the Neutron need to know if its any good before I get some :P
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