Intel’s processors are known for being fast and efficient. However, Intel has recently announced plans to speed up Windows 8 by offering new high-speed Solid State Drives (SSDs). Faster and more reliable than a traditional hard drive, an SSD provides superior performance for your operating system and all of your applications.
Intel’s line of SSDs for Windows 8 is called the Intel SSD 313 series. They’re expected to increase the responsiveness and performance of all Windows 8-based PCs by a significant amount. It will come in either a 20GB or 24GB form, which will be ideal for tablet PCs and other mobile devices.
Intel is doing this to ensure that Windows 8 keeps up with today’s tablet technology. Today’s tablet computers are so popular because they offer near-instant access times and crystal-clear responsiveness. If Windows 8 wants to appeal to that market, then it needs to offer similar performance, which is why Microsoft has teamed up with Intel to create an SSD based solution.
So what does this mean for users of Windows 8-based devices? Here are some of the features you can expect to notice:
-Incredibly fast boot times
-Instant loading of applications
-Fast data transfer times
-Instant saving and loading of files
-Less program lag in games and applications
The new Intel SSD is also expected to debut on Windows 8 Ultrabooks, along with most mobile devices and tablet PCs. When Windows 8-based devices start rolling out later this year, expect to see Intel’s SSD 313 on many of them, providing superior performance and an incredibly smooth user experience.