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Solid-state disk lackluster for laptops, PCs
Lucas Mearian, Computerworld
August 27, 2008


''The problem associated with random writes on SSD is that NAND requires an application to find an empty block to write to. If there is no empty block, the application must actually erase the data before it can write to the block, creating about a 2-millisecond delay, which adds up to significant overhead" Wong says.

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