The days of Intel being the dominant player in the client SSD business are long gone. A few years ago Intel shifted its focus from client SSDs to the more profitable and hence more alluring enterprise market. As a result of the move to SandForce silicon, Intel's client SSD lineup became more generic and lost the Intel vibe of the the X-25M series. With the SSD 730 Intel finally provides an in-house designed consumer drive after a hiatus of a few years. Based on the S3500/S3700 platform, the SSD 730 adopts many enterprise features and brings them to the hands of consumers. Does Intel retake the crown with the SSD 730? Read on and find out!

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