Aanybody see this? I copied the text from uk pc magazine "PC Pro" "Samsung unveils world's first 60nm 8GB Flash device [PC Pro] 9:52 Samsung Electronics says it has developed the industry's first 60nm, 8GB NAND Flash memory device aimed at the booming market for storage media for portable consumer electronic devices. The company says that the 8GB NAND flash memory will allow designs of up to 16GB of storage on a single memory card which could store 16 hours of DVD quality video or 4,000 MP3 audio files. The company says that the 60nm process technology used is around 30 per cent smaller than the recent 70nm 4GB NAND Flash memory. The new memory device is built around a 3D cell transistor structure and high-dielectric gate insulating technology that minimises the interference between cells. Further compression is achieved by a new multi level cell (MLC) technology in the 60nm process technology. There is no estimate for when a 8GB NAND device will become commercially available although Samsung says it expects to launch mass production of the 4GB NAND flash by the first quarter of 2005" Am I right in thinking that this is the same kind of memory that the iPod mini uses? It uses a small flash microdrive? if so in the first quarter of 2005 should we expect new 8Gb iPod minis?