The Apple Core: Solid State Disk show promise for notebooks, tablets

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Date: Thursday, January 4th, 2007, 11:14
Category: The Apple Core

sandisk-ssd-uata-5000.jpgOne of the most exciting announcements I’ve seen in the run up to Macworld Expo and CES (who’s the genius that scheduled these over each other anyway?) is the Solid State Disk or “SSD.”
SanDisk has announced a 32GB Ultra ATA 5000 1.8-inch SSD “drive” (it’s really flash memory). Look for these bad boys to appear in computers “in the first half of 2007.”
Hmmm, time to revive the thin MacBook Pro/iTablet rumors?
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.


sandisk-ssd-uata-5000.jpgOne of the most exciting announcements I’ve seen in the run up to Macworld Expo and CES (who’s the genius that scheduled these over each other anyway?) is the Solid State Disk or “SSD.”
SanDisk has announced a 32GB Ultra ATA 5000 1.8-inch SSD “drive” (it’s really flash memory). Look for these bad boys to appear in computers “in the first half of 2007.”
Hmmm, time to revive the thin MacBook Pro/iTablet rumors?
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.

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