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Portable computers from the MacBook series can get a significant boost in the performance level if the information that the new generation models will use Optane SSD of Intel, prove to be correct.

If you are not familiar with this brand, this is the name that Intel uses for 3D Xpoint technology, which provides significantly greater speed for the disks and system memory.

The architecture 3D Xpoint allows effective and rapid reading and writing of small amounts of data, and the company advertises it as the biggest technological breakthrough since the NAND flash memory.

Discs Series Optane are compatible with the NVMe interface that is used by the MacBook notebooks and according to PC World, there is a very distinct possibility next generation of Apple computers to use the new SSD drives.

Of course, this is not official confirmation, but such a move seems logical, given that Apple traditionally holds its image of a company that is always on the cutting edge of technological wave and its marketing strategy will surely could benefit.

Expectations are that the first products Optane to appear early next year so that the MacBook models from 2017 could be one of the first places where the technology will make its commercial debut.

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