Samsung has just unveiled the Q30, their first notebook to feature a solid-state hard disk — a 32GB NAND flash solid-state disk (SSD) running at 53MB/s (read) and 28MB/s (write) — instead of the traditional hard drive. Other perks include an Intel Celeron M 753 (1.2GHz) processor and a bright 12.1-inch display. Prices will start at $3700. No word yet on availability.
The lack of moving parts will also allow it to go fanless, making it absolutely silent, plus it’ll be more efficient, boosting battery life.