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Combining chip, hard-drive and ring-fenced OS.


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teletiger

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Given the size of flash drives today, would this "superchip" be feasible anytime soon?
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stettybet0

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Er... What are you talking about?

By "chip"... do you mean a CPU? A potato chip?

An OS is software, a hard drive is hardware... The two are already regularly combined...
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