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The NAND foundries and SSD suppliers are moving to sub-40nm process technology in its pursuit of higher capacity and lower cost. Toshiba and OCZ are both revving their product range to offer better flash to customers. Micron and Intel, like Toshiba, have already introduced sub-40nm product. The smaller the process technology the …

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Uh oh...

I will feel very silly when I have a flash card that has more memory than my Hard Drive.

I can't wait for it though.

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excuse me

"It is going to introduce a SG2 product with 128MB capacity"

"The highest SG2 sequential read speed is 180MB/sec"

cool, you'll be able to read the whole thing in less than a second!!!

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Um

"It is going to introduce a SG2 product with 128MB capacity"

So, that's roughly 40 MP3s (32 MP3s if you dedicate 25MB to the OS)... Might make things interesting for a mini-disc replacement, or perhaps something akin to cassette tapes for MP3 players.

Perhaps this can be a mini-cam storage for my RC Heli...

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