Synonyms for gb_ssd or Related words with gb_ssd

gb_sata              mb_ddr              gb_hdd              gb_ddr              mb_mb              core_krait              lpddr              sdram_gb              ghz_gb              sdram              nvidia_geforce_gt              gb_gb              kb_mb              ghz_processor              gb_ddr_ram              ddr_sdram              mb_mb_mb              ghz_quad_core              mhz_lpddr              kb_kb              tb_sata              mb_mib              pcie_ssd              tb_ssd              tb_hdd              ghz_cortex              pc_sdram              ddr_gb              hdd              ghz_octa_core              gb_lpddr              mb_cache              mb_gddr              adreno_gb              mhz_ddr              kb_kb_mb              usb_usb              core_arm_cortex              ultra_scsi              adreno              rdram              mbyte              emmc              vram              sata_gbit              microdrive              hot_swappable              ghz_qualcomm              gddr              intel_atom             



Examples of "gb_ssd"
HDD: VBS3 (40 GB), Tools (15 GB), Custom content (100 GB), SSD storage
HDD: VBS3 (40 GB), Tools (15 GB), Custom Content (200 GB), SSD Storage
A built-to-order Mac Pro could be configured with up to 8 TB of storage (4 × 2 TB disks) or 2 TB (4 × 512 GB SSD).
The Intel Atom version is named the EeePC 900a and comes with an 8GB or 16 GB SSD. Some of these Eee PCs also have a 4 GB SSD installed similarly to that in the 701 for a total storage space of 20GB. Those that do not are named the Asus EEE 900 16G. The MS Windows XP version is named the EeePC 900 Win and also comes in two versions: one with a total storage of 12 GB (one 4 GB SSD and one 8 GB SSD) and one with 16 GB (on a single SSD). The Linux 20G version is sold for the same price as the MS Windows 12G version. In the case of the 16G EEEs, the MS Windows version costs more than the Linux version.
Dell began to offer optional 256 GB solid state drives on select notebook models in January 2009. In May 2009, Toshiba launched a laptop with a 512 GB SSD.
Processor options include both Intel Core i3 and i5 processors, with respective speeds ranging from 2.1 to 2.5 GHz. Drive options include 320 GB HDD or 128 GB SSD, and memory is expandable to 8 GB on all current models.
The Eee PC 901 Linux model featuring an advertised 20 GB SSD storage actually contains two SSD drives; one 4 GB and one 16 GB. The 4 GB drive has been reported as faster than the 16 GB drive.
On September 17, 2007, OQO launched the model e2 for the European audience with a localized keyboard, 1.6 GHz VIA C7-M processor, 120 GB hard drive or a 32 GB SSD option.
A test by "PC Pro" of the 2011-launched Samsung 700Z, which included an 8 GB SSD and a 7200 rpm hard drive, showed a reduction of five seconds in boot time with Windows 7, when ExpressCache was enabled. Another vendor's demo at Computex 2011, involving a laptop also equipped with an 8 GB SDD, showed a boot-time reduction of about ten seconds.
The architecture is based on an Intel Atom-M Pineview N450 CPU that is clocked at 1.66 GHz, and includes 2 GB of DDR2 SDRAM and 32 GB of solid-state drive (SSD) storage in its basic version, with an alternative model having a larger 64 GB SSD.
In 2012 Vizio introduced its 14-inch ultrabook Vizio CT14 with the third generation Intel Core i7 processors and 128 GB SSD. On October 2012 Vizio updated this series with a new Windows 8 OS. This change was also applied to the Vizio notebook series.
Xiaomi later announced the launch of the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 4G, with built-in 4G LTE support with a SIM card slot. The laptop retains the all-metal design seen in the earlier version and is available in 12.5 inch and 13.3 inch variants. It also comes with USB Type-C support. The 12.5 inch variant of the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 4G laptop is powered by the Intel Core m3 processor with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB SSD. The 13.3 inch variant is powered by the Intel Core i7 processor with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB SSD. Both the variants run on the Microsoft Windows 10. The laptop's price starts at 4699 Yuan.
The "1000" series launched at Computex Taipei on June 3, 2008. It featured a new 10-inch (254 mm) screen and a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom CPU, although built in power management software can increase the speed to 1.7 GHz. The 1000 model ships with Linux, an 8 GB SSD and a 32 GB SSD (totalling 40 GB); the 1000H model ships with Windows XP Home or Linux and an 80 or 160 GB SATA HDD. Both the 1000 and the 1000H support up to 2 GB of DDR2 RAM of 667 MHz clock speed. The 1000 has a rated battery life of 4.2–7.5 hours, while the 1000H is rated for 3.2–7 hours. It also offers a keyboard that is 92% the size of generic notebooks, aiming to make it more comfortable to type. Like the Eee PC 901, the new machines feature 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. WiMAX is not currently supported.
The Adamo 13 was released on March 17, 2009, in the US with either a Core 2 Duo 1.2 GHz ULV processor, 2 GB DDR3 RAM (Admire model) or a Core 2 Duo 1.4 GHz ULV processor with 4 GB DDR3 RAM (Desire model). Both were initially equipped with a 128 GB SSD, and a 13.4-inch widescreen with a 1366x768 resolution (16:9 ratio) with a built-in 1.3 MP webcam and microphone. It weighs 4 pounds, originally shipped with Windows Vista 64-bit Home Premium, with an optional external DVD-RW drive. Later on in the year, Dell upgraded the Desire model with a Core 2 Duo 2.1 SL9600 processor and a 256 GB SSD. Adamo prices were also dropped by $500 at the time. The Adamo 13 was offered in two colors; Pearl (silver with white accents) and Onyx (black with black accents). In early 2011, Dell discontinued the Adamo lineup, re-positioning it's XPS lineup as the top offering.
On June 10, 2013, Apple released another update in the same form factor as the 2012 model during the company's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC). The 11" and 13" models have a minimum standard 4 GB RAM, with a maximum configuration of 8 GB. Both models are powered by the Haswell ULT 1.3 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processors, with Turbo Boost up to 2.6 GHz, while a 1.7 GHz Dual-Core i7, with Turbo Boost up to 3.3 GHz, option is also available. Each model's storage standard is 128 GB SSD, upgradeable to 256 GB and 512 GB SSD. Due to Haswell CPUs, battery life has considerably improved from the previous generation, and the mid-2013 models are capable of 9 hours on the 11" model and 12 hours on the 13" model; a team of reviewers exceeded expected battery life ratings during their test.
The Asus VivoTab is a convertible laptop powered by a 1.8 GHz Intel Atom Z2760 Dual Core CPU, 2 GB of RAM and 64 GB(SSD) of storage. The display is an 11.6" Corning Fit Glass display, with a capacitive touch screen, and a WACOM digitizer. The tablet has two cameras (2 MP front and 8 MP rear with flash), Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, mini-HDMI output, a microSD card slot, and a 10.5 hour battery life.
In Asia, it has been available in Indonesia since early March 2008, through two local brands: Axioo and Zyrex. The Zyrex brand, called Anoa, is a rebranded Classmate PC equipped with the Intel ULV 900 MHz (400 MHz FSB) processor, 512 MB RAM, 2 GB SSD, Wi-Fi, LAN, 7 inch screen, 2× USB ports, card reader. The Classmate PC is available in Linux or Windows XP operating system, with the XP version incurring extra cost to cover the licensing.
Hard drive and SSD manufacturers use "GB" to mean bytes. So, the capacity of a "128 GB" SSD will be bytes. Expressed in GiB this would be about 119.2 GiB ( divided by ). Many operating systems, including Microsoft Windows, will display such a drive's capacity as "119 GB", using the SI prefix "G" but in the "binary" sense. No space is "lost" or "missing". The size is simply being expressed in a different unit, even though the "G" prefix is used in both cases.
It will also come with up to 2 GB of RAM, a standard netbook style 10.1-inch LCD screen, an option of either an 8 or 16 GB SSD or a 160 or 250 GB hard drive. Other features include 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, 10/100 Mbit Ethernet, a 1.3 megapixel webcam, three USB 2.0 ports, a memory card reader, a D-sub connector and a pair of audio jacks.
Sony has officially announced its new Ultra-Thin 13-inch Z series laptop the Sony Vaio Z in Europe on June 27, 2011. The highest custom configuration available includes a 2.7 GHz second generation Intel Core i7 (Sandy Bridge) processor, 512 GB SSD in RAID-0 (Newer SATA III Generation 3 SSD), 8 GB 1333 MHz Fixed On-board (Irremovable) DDR3 RAM and a 1920×1080 13.1" screen (a 1600×900 screen is also available).