I have no interest in iPads of any size since I just don't care for iOS. However, I could go for storage that combines the speed of flash with the capacity of rotating magnetic media. The downside of course will be the price.
OCZ already sells its RevoDrive hybrids and the 128GB/1TB version clocks in at a steep $399 on Newegg, compared to well under $100 for conventional 1 TB drives. Apple notably neglected to mention pricing for these optional drives for the iMac but I would be surprised to see it come in at closer to $1,000.
Apple adds new ‘fusion drive’ to iMac and Mac mini, combines SSD and standard hard drive
As part of its radically-redesigned new iMac, Apple announced a new hybrid “fusion drive” for both the iMac and Mac mini. This drive combines a 128GB flash storage drive with a 1TB or 3TB HDD, and…
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