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|19th June 2010, 19:37||#1|
Toshiba plans 128GB NAND flash launch
Toshiba recently announced it will launch a 128GB embedded NAND memory chip that can be used for a wide variety of popular consumer electronics.
The Japanese electronics company said the new flash module has a 46MB/sec read speed and 21MB/sec write speed. The new Toshiba NAND can be used in tablets, smartphones, notebooks, digital cameras and video recorders, and other products – and a 128GB module should help drastically increase storage.
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