Flash-based disks heading for laptops

By Derek Sooman on March 21, 2006, 1:28 PM
Laptops may soon be benefiting from solid-state disk (SSD), a flash-memory based replacement for hard-disk drives, thanks to work from Samsung. The company has announced that it is to offer a 32GB drive to customers. Samsung believes that the market for SSD drives will boom, reaching US$4.5 billion by 2010.




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DragonMaster said:
What I'd like to know is the lifetime of these...
crossfire851 said:
Not long, so you have to go and buy a new fm.
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