An OS that loads from chips

BBC News:

A microchip which can store information like a hard drive has been unveiled by US company Freescale… “This is the most significant memory introduction in this decade,” said Will Strauss, an analyst with research firm Forward Concepts… Mram chips could one day be used in PCs to store an operating system, allowing computers to start up faster when switched on.

What, you mean like my Acorn Electron did QUARTER OF A CENTURY ago?

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