Project Cafe to use flash memory rather than a hard drive
More details about Nintendo's new home console, Project Cafe, have emerged, this time in relation to the kind of storage that it will use.
Apparently Nintendo has shied away from using a hard disk drive in favour of equipping the console with 8GB of flash ROM. Project Cafe will also support SD Cards as well.
Project Cafe will supposedly use 25GB discs as a medium for games which is roughly equivalent to the a single-layer Blu-Ray disc.
The report which featured in Kotaku also suggested that Project Cafe will also be able to output graphics at full 1080p.
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