Samsung 64GB SSD goes into mass production



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Samsung Electronics, the manufacturer of the one of the leading 32GB SSD’s has just begun mass production of its 64GB SSD. This model features an SATA II interface and Samsung claims that it…

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I guess that the upcoming near future would be having two disk drives on every stationery PC: one SSD with the operating system and the essential programs, and one conventional HDD for storing the rest. And by the way: Are the SSD’s faster than 15K RPM HDD’s? And could SSD’s be used with faster interfaces - or maybe theres no such point, yet, because of the limit in the read/write speed of flash memory?
This message was edited at: 16-02-2008 14:13


Current flash memory doesn’t even boot much faster than a good HDD. Power saving is one thing. But I would expect at least a big speed boost as well for the price.