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badmojo
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Rman's link to the CNET story states that Samsung just developed a flash-based 16 Gb hard drive capabable of 57/32 mb/s transfer rates, targeting notebooks.

Go-L's site claims the following:
"The Operating system and system files reside on a PuRamô solid state flash disk with near zero latency and seek times, and burst transfer rates up to 8.5GB/s I/O, capable of over 150,000 I/O requests per second, all with an average of 0.0% CPU utilization. This translates into an effective desktop business productivity of up to 100 times faster than the fastest available hard disk design at any price or configuration.."

C'mon. It's beyond comprehension that a "nobody" like Lieberman developed a technology that's years ahead of what someone like Samsung could develop.
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