How low can they go? How about an 8GB drive for $5? Or a 32GB drive for less than $19?
If you'd been considering the best configuration of the MacBook Air--with a faster processor and solid-state hard drive--it's now $500 cheaper, but still expensive.
Lexar, Samsung and others team up to create an industry group to promote a portable data storage device that's small enough to fit on a keychain.
SanDisk introduced a 1.8-inch form factor IDE 140MB FlashDrive, the industry's highest capacity embedded flash storage device, according to the company. The FlashDrive uses less than 10 percent of the power and can withstand five times more shock and vibration than rotating 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch drives. An version of the SDIB-140 with a temperature range of -40 to 85 degrees Celsius will also be available, and both are expected to ship in the fourth quarter.