Intel ups their SSD warranty to 5 years
Subject: General Tech | May 24, 2011 - 03:00 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: intel ssd, ssd 320, ssd
For those of you following reports of early SSD death from a variety of sources around the web, Intel offers a rebuttal by extending the warranty on their new SSDs to 5 years. If you already picked up a previous generation of SSD from Intel you still have a 3 year warranty, The Register hypothesises that all future models will sport the extra 2 years. This makes the smaller drives soon to be released to be used in conjunction with Intel's SRT on Z86 boards even more attractive.
"If the Product is properly used and installed, it will be free from defects in material and workmanship, and will substantially conform to Intel's publicly available specifications for a period of five (5) years beginning on the date the Product was purchased in its original sealed packaging in the case of an Original Purchaser or the date of original purchase of a computer system containing the Product in the case of an Original System Customer."
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