“American Technology Research analyst Shaw Wu said Wednesday that channel checks and other research suggests Apple Inc. could soon expand its use of NAND flash memory in its iPods and Macs,” Rex Crum reports for MarketWatch.
“…Wu said there are indications that Apple could release a small, ‘subnotebook’ computer that uses NAND flash for its main storage instead of a traditional hard-disk drive,” Crum reports.
Crum reports, “Wu said that Apple will continue to used hard-disk drives for its video iPod, but that ‘NAND flash is inevitable.'”
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