back to article Flexible PRAM: Not a bendy baby carriage, but infinitely cooler

Bendy humans pose problems for wearable IT as devices break when they’re deformed. Flexible computers would be ideal – and a group of Korean boffins has devised some flexible PRAM tech to help with the problem. They work at KAIST, the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, and want to persuade us that having non- …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Pointless

    Until you can make flexible SoCs that are in the same capability ballpark as silicon-based SoCs, flexible memory doesn't do much for you. If you have the inflexible SoC in some non-bendy part of the device, you can simply stack the memory on top of the SoC - something which is already being done for space saving reasons anyway.

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