Price Drops Ahead for Solid-State Drives

Micron Technology, maker of DRAM and flash memory, this week unveiled its plans to come out with solid-state drives. The drives function like regular hard drives, but instead of storing data on spinning disks, the data gets stored on NAND memory chips — the kind found in cameras and MP3 players

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