Hopefully STEC can up the performance and lower the cost of entry to this technology. They currently offer SSDs in capacities ranging from 73-512GB however the most likely candidate for the MacBook Air – the Mach8 line – ‘only’ scales to 128Gb. Will this be the next MacBook Air go to 128Gb in SSD size? Will the prices remain the same? Are we going to see a revision 2 MacBook soon?
More from Barrons:
Kamalodine writes in a research note that the finding is based on “discussions with industry sources.”
He says the Apple business could lead to an incremental $25 million to $30 million in revenue in 2009. Kamalodine raised his 2008 and 2009 revenue estimates to levels well ahead of the Street consensus. He sees $237.8 million this year and $302.9 million next year; the Street has been looking for $217.6 million and $273.1 million.
STEC today is up 79 cents, or 9.7%, to $8.96.
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