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Save Money with OEM Packaging: Bestselling SSDs for the Week Ending December 25, 2010.

This week, the 64 GB “Nova” SSD from Corsair continued to move up the list, reaching the 7th spot, after hitting the 9th spot last week and the 10th a week before. A newcomer to our list is the Intel 160 GB X-25M in OEM packaging. This drive comes in at #9, one place behind the same drive in RETAIL packaging. You can get the identical product without the cardboard box and save almost $100. (The retail packaging also includes an adaptor for 3.5″ drive bays. If you really need this adaptor, you can pick one up separately for less than $10). This drive is one of the most reliable and highly rated SSDs on the market and a Best SSD Deal in OEM packaging. Click here to check the latest pricing on Amazon. Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas! Full list after the break.

1. OCZ Technology 60 GB Vertex 2 Series$129.99
(Last week: #1)

2. OCZ Technology 120 GB Vertex 2 Series$229.12 [Price Drop]
(Last week: #2)

3. Kingston SSDNow V Series 128 GB SATA$234.99
(Last week: #3)

4. Crucial Technology 128 GB Crucial RealSSD C300 Series$275.05
(Last week: #4)

5. Crucial Technology 256 GB Crucial RealSSD C300 Series$527.99 [Price Drop]
(Last week: #6)

6. OCZ Technology 30 GB Vertex Series $68.49
(Last week #5)

7. Corsair 64 GB Nova Series$131.99
(Last week #9, week before #10)

8. Intel 160 GB X25-M Mainstream SATA II MLC$499.99 (Retail Package)
(Last week #7)

9. Intel 2.5-Inch 160 GB X25-M Mainstream SATA II MLC$402.50 (Save almost $100 with OEM packaging)
(Last week Not Ranked)

10. Intel 80 GB X25M Mainstream SATA II$219.99
(Last week #8)

As always, if you have any questions about the rankings or any of the drives, please post them in the comments. Happy Shopping.


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