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Samsung NAND flash SSDs fully compatible with Windows
Photo: Samsung [Oct 18, 2006]

Samsung Electronics said on October 17 that three of its solid-state-disk (SSD) drives have been recognized by Microsoft as fully qualified Windows-compatible peripherals.

Microsoft has certified Samsung's 32GB 1.8-inch, 32GB slim-type (53.6x70.6x3.0mm) and 16GB small-type (56x48x3.8mm) SSDs.

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