Sony and HP ditch Intel's Turbo Memory

  • Intel 's Turbo Memory will not appear in notebooks from leading brands HP and Sony . Both companies have rejected the flash memory technology thanks to concerns over compatibility with Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system. Introduced with the latest Santa Rosa revision of the Centrino mobile platform, Turbo Memory is an embedded flash memory module designed to improve laptop PC performance.

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