More than half of new notebooks to use flash drives by 2010, says iSuppli

  • Thanks to the dramatic decline in NAND flash prices and performance leap, more than half of the new notebook PCs sold worldwide in the fourth quarter of 2009 will use some form of flash memory for data storage, up from a negligible total now, according to data from iSuppli. In the fourth quarter of 2009, 24 million notebook PCs will be sold with some form of flash data storage, compared to a mere 143,600 in the first quarter of 2007, iSuppli predicts.

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