NEW YORK, June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
The phenomenal success of the Apple iPad has spawned a class of mobile devices sitting between a e-readers and notebook PCs capable of cannabalizing conventional smartbooks and netbooks. As with the iPod Touch and iPhone, central to producing a cool, thin, lightweight and power conserving device has been the incorporation of NAND flash memory as a storage medium.
Now that the iPad has set the bar in utilizing NAND flash memory in a tablet device, the obvious question is: What's next? The adoption of NAND flash memory in computing has been a slow journey due to technical challenges in mastering the idiosyncracies of NAND flash memory and the unfavorable cost structure.
This report analyzes the adoption of SSDs in notebook PCs from a total cost of ownership and product portfolio perspective to forecast the trigger point for accelerated SSD adoption.
When will SSD adoption takeoff in notebooks?
Apple Product Portfolio
Q2 vs. Q1 Forecast
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