I can’t keep up with those little scamps at CPUBoss.com. First of all they launched CPUBoss.com itself – the site that provides an easy way to look up and compare the processors that power personal computers, servers, and mobile devices (see my blog Startup makes it easier to find and compare CPUs).
Next they launched GPUBoss.com, which makes it easier to compare the best desktop graphics cards used in gaming or graphics-intensive computing (see my blog GPUBoss makes it easier to find and compare the best GPUs).
And I just heard that the “Boss Team” is back with their latest creation, a site that makes it easier to compare the best solid state drives and find the SSD that best fits your needs – SSDBoss.com
The folks on the Boss Team tell me that – since launching CPUBoss and GPUBoss over the last three months – they’ve received over a million visits by users who have loved the way they combine rich data with a visual design.
With SSDBoss, their goal is to continue their mission by making it easier to compare SSDs. SSDBoss does this by allowing their users to easily sort through a massive amount of product specs and benchmarks, as well as see what people are saying in reviews. By combining rich aggregated data with a visually appealing interface, they say they’re confident that they’ve created a better way to compare SSDs head-to-head and see the pros and cons of each solid state drive, as well as find the best SSD by criteria (e.g., capacity per dollar or fastest read times).
So why don’t you bounce over to SSDBoss.com to see what the little rascals are up to, and then come back here and post a comment telling me what you think.
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