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Old 06-02-2008, 06:55 PM   #1
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its seems the more storage the better
this thread is about 2 articles
a 1 tb optical drive and cd that also supports blueray
and intels new 34nm flash mem shrink

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Call/Recall has announced it is developing a 1TB optical drive and disk, backwards compatible with Blu-ray, in partnership with with the Nichia Corporation of Japan. Call/Recall began synthesizing 1TB materials for Nichia’s blue-violet laser diodes in December 2007, with first initial testing successfully completed in March 2008.
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Blu...ovie,5502.html
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Santa Clara (CA) - Despite continuing pricing pressure in the global flash industry, manufacturers are pushing hard to drive the technology further along: Intel and Micron are first to announce 34 nm NAND flash chips, which hold the potential to store 4 GB on a tiny chip, 64 GB on chips for portable devices and up to 512 GB in solid state disk drives.

i want ssd so badly more to read on the link
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Int...34nm,5500.html
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