Samsung has released the world’s first PCs embedded with 32GB NAND flash-based solid state disk (SSD) with the introduction of the Q1 and Q30 UMPC. Both models will be available in Korea this June. Looks like NAND flash has taken the first step in replacing hard drives with SSDs in the realm of mobile computing. Such a move ensures greater data protection against external shocks during transportation, reads 300 percent faster (53MB/s) and writes 150 percent quicker (28MB/s) than normal hard drives. Initial tests show that the Windows XP OS boots up 25% to 50% faster on SSD than traditional drives.
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