from the takes-a-lickin' dept.
Lucas123 writes "Seagate will introduce drives based on flash memory in various storage capacities across its range of products including desktop and notebook PCs, according to Sumner Lemon at IDG News Service. The drives are expected to consume less power (longer battery life), offer faster data transfer rates and be more rugged than spinning disk, which has moving parts that can be damaged from an impact."
I consider a new device or technology to have been culturally accepted when
it has been used to commit a murder.
-- M. Gallaher