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cool, but what im wondering is... (1)

weirdcrashingnoises (1151951) | more than 6 years ago | (#21105865)

how many dollars per LoC* will this giant mini storage device cost me?

*LoC = Library of Congress

Not so exciting... (1)

FrankSchwab (675585) | more than 6 years ago | (#21107811)

64 Gbit = 8 Gbyte. As TFA says,

By combining a total of 16 separate 64Gb flash devices, businesses can create a 128GB flash
. I bought a 4 GByte USB stick today for $25 that probably has a single 32 Gbit (or maybe two 16 Gbit) NAND Flash devices, and I know that there are at least 16 GByte USB sticks available. So, this is a normal, evolutionary development, and nothing extraordinary.
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