Where's the hard disk?

Kenji Hall

Fujitsu is tip-toeing into new territory. On Oct. 11, Japan's second-largest computer maker announced that it would make a laptop that relies only on NAND flash memory, the chip-of-choice when it comes to storing data on portable music players, cameras and cell phones. Fujitsu plans to sell the laptop to businesses in Japan in limited numbers; the machines will be built-to-order and prices will start as low as $1,700 for up to 32 gigabytes of memory.

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