Fujitsu to introduce flash-drive laptops

  • Fujitsu is on the verge of building laptops that offer flash memory instead of the conventional hard disk drive (HDD), according to a report in the Nihon Keizai Shimbun. The company has announced that it will offer 16G-byte or 32G-byte flash memory disk in its B-series machines that are slated to go on sale in late October.

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