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New MacBook Air to Use 400 Mbps Toggle DDR 2.0 Memory?

New MacBook Air to Use 400 Mbps Toggle DDR 2.0 Memory?

Posted July 4, 2011 at 3:13pm by iClarified · 9925 views
The new MacBook Air will reportedly feature Toggle DDR 2.0, a 19-nanometer process for NAND flash memory which offers speeds of 400 Mbps, according to a Macotakara.jp.

Current SSD device Blade X-gale supporting SATA 2.6 will be abolished and new 19nm flash memory will be packaged into smaller chip and will be soldered on base circuit directly.

Macotakara notes that the Open NAND Flash Interface Working Group has already released ONFi 3.0 which supports the specification but says the top 70% of processing companies like Samsung and Toshiba have not joined this ONFi.

Apple is expected to release the new MacBook Air around the launch of Mac OS X Lion which is expected on July 14th.

Read More [via AppleInsider]


New MacBook Air to Use 400 Mbps Toggle DDR 2.0 Memory?
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