There are some fun projects that you could do with this. Although for wearable I guess it is a lot harder to really do something cool yourself. Wearable Arduino already handles things like wearable lights. This would be more for having a secret screen inside your coat to watch movies on.
What kind of price tag do they carry for those? I know the bigger ones are slated to be around $1500 - $2000 or so for like 375GB.
Like $77 for 32GB I think.
Dang, that's not too bad.
It's not that fast, either. Just a little better.
From what I've heard so far, the interfaces storage is connected to is the big reason it's so much slower than the initially announced speeds. The big difference between Optane and Flash/SSD is that it hits it's max IOPS at very low queue lengths.
openSuse Leap is changing its numbering with the release following Leap 42.3 to make the numbering make more sense. The old numbering sequence was chosen because of an attempt to continue with the original style numbers when Leap was changed to mirror the SLES releases. Now that is being corrected to make the numbers easier to follow.
That's quite a...leap in numbers... I'll see myself out now.
I'm thinking about one of these for the kids' bedroom back in Texas so that we can have a multimedia and multipurpose device that we can hook up to a TV monitor but get more general purpose use out of it than we would with just a Fire Stick or something like that.