Counterpoint: Magnetic storage solutions vs. flash in portables

Al-Refaee, Fadi Afa
August 2004
Portable Design;Aug2004, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p10
Compares magnetic storage solutions and flash memory in cellular telephones. Factors to consider to realize the benefits of advanced high-speed mobile wireless-network services; Popularity of using hard disk drives in consumer electronics.


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