A round of new arrivals on the memory market are expected this year, and they are expected to change everything. Intel announced earlier this year that it is developing a 160GB solid-state drive, (SSD) sometimes known as a “flash” drive, that it hopes will revolutionized the laptop and media player markets. But Samsung has beat them to the punch. Two days ago they announced the completion of a 256GB, 2.5-inch SSD drive with SATA connectivity. The 2.5-inch will ship by the end of this year, ...

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