Re: Biggest MBP surprise: SD card slots!

Chris Ridd <chrisridd@xxxxxxx> wrote:

On 2009-06-15 18:15:32 +0100, %steve%@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Steve Firth) said:

Chris Ridd <chrisridd@xxxxxxx> wrote:

They use the same chipset too. It shouldn't slow down any internal hard
disk though, should it? Just SSDs.

Yep, just the devices that are probably going to be extremely
significant for notebooks for the next couple of years.

Sure, but I wonder what proportion of users will upgrade to an SSD over
that time? Apple may be betting that most will only upgrade to a bigger
hard disk.

Over time a bigger hard disk can also be a Solid State Disk:,7197.html



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