With the help of some of their new manufacturing processes, SanDisk just doubled the capacity of their existing iNAND flash drive to 16GB. No, you won't be slotting this bad boy into your laptop. Rather, it's an embedded storage solution with SD interface for mobile handsets and the like based on MLC NAND, the f
aster and more expensive slower and cheaper flavor of flash. Expected for sampling to OEMs/ODMs in Q2 with the iNAND 32GB version coming in the second half of the year.
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