I'll be fine when the high quality 128s hit $99. Some would say we're there already, but the models I'm looking at are still some distance away.
Yes, Moore's law is no guarantee over any given 18 month period, but it's held up pretty well over the long term. Most of the NAND manufacturers should benefit from a process shrink over the next 18 months, that alone may cut costs enough to get close to the $0.40 per GB mark.
Yeah, the 120GB drives are in that range, but the 128GB ones like the M4 are still at $120. Anyhow, I'm not buying an SSD until November.
As far as Moore's law, I meant that it doesn't strictly relate to die shrinking or capacity increases, just a doubling of processing ability as a result of all processes (architecture improvement, clock rates/die shrinks, coding, etc.). At least, I think that's what it is.
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