Samsung's been working on a mashup of flash memory and a regular old hard drive that takes advantage of Microsoft's new Vista OS. And with up to 256 MB of often used information kept in Flash, you're bound to spend less time waiting and listening to the drive clicking away and looking for the same old stuff over and over.
Eventually your drive is going to be all flash, probably, when the price comes down. This and Vista's Flash capability are a good start.
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