Toshiba will begin manufacturing 64 and 128 GB nand chips in 2010!

Discussion in 'iPad Rumors and Pre-release Hype' started by Tommm, Dec 15, 2009.

  1. Tommm

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    128GB of storage in a phone. Wow!

    I think its going to be for the tablet though.
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    I'm still amazed that current phones hold 1GHz processors.
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    Even though in the article they were speaking of the iPod Touch that would hold the 128GB of storage, 64GB is still an amazing peak for a device. 32GB is fine with me. I'm not saying I'd be complaining if Apple decided to add more space though

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    Seems like they're getting ready to get rid of the iPod Classic.
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    Or instead of getting rid of it, put in 2 120 gig flash disks, then that would be 240 in the same size as the Classic
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    The iPod Classic doesn't use flash memory, it uses a hard drive.
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    I realize that, that's why I said it, it would mean that they would be able to put 2 flash discs in, which would end up being larger and faster than the hard drives.
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    I guess, but I think they're going to cut it because since most people get it for the size (100gb+), once iPod Touches reach 100gb+, there will be no need for iPod Classic. And, maybe I'm wrong, but iPod Classic sales are probably going down because of the sizes iPod Touches come in now.

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