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Samsung has announced their “new” Q30-SSD ultramobile notebook. It’s based on the Q30 with a few major differences, chief among them, the harddrive is no longer mechanical/spindle based – it’s made from 32GB of NAND/flash memory and is referred to as a “Solid State Disk” (SSD). What this means is that it reads 300 percent faster (53MB/s) and writes 150 percent quicker (28MB/s) than normal hard drives.
It’s also better on the battery life, completly quiet (they are using a Celeron M and therefore no fans in the notebook), and is much more shock-proof than traditional harddrives. It has a 12.1-inch display, starts at around $3700 USD, and will be available in Korea, starting in June (no word on availability outside of the US).
This is the first time that a NAND flash-based harddrive has shipped in a computer. Continue reading
Mfr’s Description: The two new SSD-enabled PC offerings are designed for optimal portability and resolve many of the traditional challenges of mobile computers. The data in flash memory are much more secure against external shocks that can occur when transporting … Continue reading
Search for news about the Samsung Q30 Product Name: Samsung Q30 Official Page: SamsungComputer.com Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics Co., LTD Announced: 2005 Available: 2005 Price: Believe discontinued Markets: Believe discontinued Related Laptops: – Replaced by Samsung Q35 – Replaces Samsung Q25 … Continue reading
A few details of the Samsung Q70 have been released, and AVING USA has published several photos along with a video. The Q70 is based on Intel’s Santa Rosa platform. Among the information releasted: – 13.3-inch widescreen display. – Intel … Continue reading