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SAMSUNG Begins Mass Production of 1.8-inch, 64GB Solid State Drives for Notebooks

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Samsung Electronics, announced that it has begun mass producing 1.8-inch solid state drives (SSD) at 64GB - the highest density SSD available today for mobile computing applications. SSDs feature far greater reliability, faster boot times and faster application start-up times than hard disk drives. SSD can also improve battery life by up to 20 percent in notebooks.




The 64GB SSD consists of 64 eight Gigabit (Gb) single-level cell flash memory chips. Use of 51nm process technology permits fabrication of much smaller components, with each chip having circuitry 1/2500th the width of a human hair.

Samsung is aggressively expanding market development efforts for its SSDs. Industry wide attention on ultra-light, ultra-slim notebook PCs with flash memory based SSDs reflects early market support for this new storage medium. In addition, Samsung has already introduced 32GB SSDs into ultra-mobile personal computers (UMPCs). SSDs also are being considered for server applications such as in advertising and for Web search engines. Other digital consumer products such as camcorders, PDAs and printers can now be equipped with SSDs ranging from 4GB to 64GB.

Samsung's mass production of 64GB SSDs makes it the largest producer of high-capacity SSDs in the world.

Rapid expansion of the 1.8-inch SSD market will spark demand for even smaller SSD formats to be used in mobile consumer electronics. The miniaturization of SSDs will give rise to new types of digital products. Over the next three years, 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch SSDs will also gain a great deal of momentum for widespread use in standard notebooks and desktop PCs, respectively.

Samsung expects that sales of SSD units will increase at a rapid 270 percent pace industry-wide between now and 2010 to become the largest growth segment in the NAND flash industry.
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Any idea on the lifetime of these and a price?
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Lifetime will probably be high since there are no moving parts.
 
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Neato.
    
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Any idea on the lifetime of these and a price?
Price will be quite high compared to simmilar-sized traditional drives. Right now prices for 32gb SSDs are hovering around $500.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...5335&name=32GB
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There nice indeed. mY only issue with them is there pricey...very pricey..well over here atleast.
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Disgustingly pricey. But definitely the future of storage.

My HD camera takes Solid State media. I have 3 8 gig "P2" Cards and they're durable as heck. This guy dropped his in a lake and the footage was fine, cards usable, no issues what-so-ever.

However, they ran 1200.00 a piece! For 8GigS!!! Solid State prices must drop fast...
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Around $1000 for this.

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Lifetime will probably be high since there are no moving parts.
well the connection has to move. And the connection is part of the computer
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Within a year all of us here will have solid states. Within 2 it will be the norm. Heres to hoping to kill off what is left of IDE.
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