Big flash memory drives on the horizon

The Wall Street Journal has a story about Samsung developing low power, 32-gigabyte NAND flash memory chipsets that will sell for $200 to $250 in 2008. That's far more expensive the hard drives, but the idea of not having to wait while disks spin and draining less battery on a PC system is enough of a reason to spend the money.

The Wall Street Journal has a story about Samsung developing low power, 32-gigabyte NAND flash memory chipsets that will sell for $200 to $250 in 2008. That's far more expensive the hard drives, but the idea of not having to wait while disks spin and draining less battery on a PC system is enough of a reason to spend the money. It's big productivity gain... 

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Source: Samsung

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