Flash memory price 'to drop 25%'

According to the BBC flash memory prices are due to drop significantly by around 25%.

 

The slump in price of memory chips is thought to be because of an over-supplied market with devices that use the Nand chip ranging from digital cameras to music players like the iPod Nano.

 

The market is expected to heat up again in Summer but if the prices are still dropping this could pave the way for much cheaper flash based MP3 players to compete with Apple's iPod Nano.

 


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