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SanDisk Releases 64GB Flash Drive for Mobiles!

on February 16, 2010 – 9:31 am2 Comments

SanDisk, the biggest maker of memory products for mobile phones and portable electronics has just announced their embedded iNAND chip with 64GB capacity.

The new iNAND 64GB drive can be used for system booting, system code, and mass storage functions. It is intended for use in mobile phones and smart phones.

The new chip is said to consolidate system code and user data onto a single device thereby reducing the space required. It also helps to reduction in the power consumption compared to drives that use different devices for system code and user data.

The move comes in the right time when Apple iPhone and other products from leading manufacturers are soon expected to come with 64GB of built-in memory.

via SlashGear

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  • apaul

    awesome…. :D

  • vijay

    In market two types of sandisks are available. On is sealed but expensive and the other is without seal i.e. sold loose. This is less cheaper than the other one but full of risk.