Last week I picked up a 256 GB i7 and fortunately it came with a Samsung SSD.

The tech blogs are saying that in real-world experience we probably wouldn’t even notice the difference between the slower Toshiba drive and the faster Samsung drive. But as nerds, that’s not the point. Knowing you just bought something that’s even the slightest bit slower than another available option makes you want to shake your fist in the air and shout, ARRG!

MacBook Airs Using SSDs From Both Toshiba and Samsung