Notebook sans Hard Drive

PC World Reports on a Samsung prototype notebook that uses 32GB of flash memory in place of a hard drive. Faster boot times, no moving parts, but a $960 price tag.

Samsung Electronics has developed a higher-capacity version of its solid-state disk, a flash-memory-based replacement for hard disks, and is showing it here at the CeBIT technology show. Too bad Samsung doesn’t sell notebooks in the states.


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