Samsung offers 4GB flash drive for Microsoft Vista

Samsung said it will introduce a 4GB solid state drive which will act as a high speed NAND flash cache for machines running Microsoft Vista. The device is compatible with Windows Ready Boost which, Samsung said, is a feature of the OS that uses flash memory to improve the speed of systems.

Flash marketing director Don Barnetson said that caching HDD data using its drive and Vista will make working with a PC "lightning fast". A bold claim, considering the speed of lightning.

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News source: The Inq

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