Apple's iMac fusion

Apple's move to combine the cost and capacity of hard drives with the speed of flash memory, is set to bring "hybrid" drives into the mainstream.

When Apple Inc marketing head Phil Schiller launched the new iMac in October he enthused about its "Fusion Drive", a storage option combining the cost and capacity benefits of hard drives with the speed of flash memory.

For many, the pitch was probably lost amid the buzz accompanying the launch of the new iPad Mini the same day.


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