It looks as if the dream of a solid state laptop is almost here. SanDisk, makers of mighty fine memory products (I use them in my digital camera) have introduced a 64GB solid state flash drive in a 2.5 inch SATA version for portable computers and knowing that the public’s hunger for music players will never be slaked, a 1.8 PATA version for things like, gee, I don’t know, iPods? It’s a short leap to the iPhone from here. 64GB of storage would be just fine for most people on a laptop. Even if it wasn’t the .11 millisecond reaction time and less than a watt power dissipation will make using these an easy move.