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Toshiba brings out 64GB NAND flash memory – does this mean a 64GB iPhone?

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Toshiba has announced a 64GB embedded NAND flash memory module, the highest capacity yet, and will start mass production in the first quarter of 2010. If you don’t know what NAND flash memory is, it’s just like a hard drive but in a super small size and are used in many digital consumer products – including phones and netbooks. But another product is the iPhone and iPod touch. Since Toshiba […]

Toshiba set to show off new 512GB SSD drive

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Toshiba has announced that it will showcase its brand new NAND-flash based solid state drives (SSD) at the Consumer Electronics Show 2009 in Las Vegas. The new drives are set to start mass production in the second quarter of 2009 (or between April and June). Toshiba will be showing off its brand new 2.5-inch 512GB SSD, and its new line of NAND SSD hard drives based on its 43nm Multi-Level […]

SSD adapter takes 6 SDHC cards – and it’s under US$100

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The device above it is a makeshift Solid State Drive, or SSD, adapter to transform your flash memory cards into, well, a SSD via a SATA adapter. The PhotoFast CR-9000 is a 9.5mm tall, 2.5 inch adapter can take up to 6 SDHC cards, allowing to fit into most slim laptops – according to Engadget. This makes the maximum possible storage amount to 192GB (6 x 32GB SDHC cards). While […]