SanDisk Intros 32-GB Flash Drive for Notebooks

Smaller. Safer. Faster. That’s how SanDisk describes its new hard drive for notebook computers, a drive that does not use the spinning plates of standard hard drives but the same Flash technology found in MP3 players and digital cameras. Consumers can’t buy the drive yet, and SanDisk has not announced a price. But in a written statement, the firm’s CEO and founder, Eli Harari, said the drive will add a hefty $600 to the price of any notebook using it

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