Engadget’s Ryan Block has transplanted a Samsung 64GB solid state drive into his Apple MacBook Pro and finds that a fresh install of Mac OS X Leopard booting with a number of extensions and startup items boots up in about 20 seconds:
This is really how everyone’s laptop experience should be: free from worries about platter scratches or head crashes from bumps or drops; silent, cool drive operation; super fast access to your data. It’s just an early taste of what portable computing will be like in a few years, and it’s amazing.
Blocks times his Samsung 64GB SSD-equipped MacBook Pro with an Apple iPhone:
Direct link via YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIUa0mwUwW8
Full article here.
Block’s review of Samsung’s 64GB SSD for Engadget here.