Tiny Hard Drive Developed for Phones
Dec 15, 2003, 1:27 PM by (staff)
NE Asia Online is reporting that Toshiba has developed a hard-disk drive that measures 0.85 of an inch in diameter, small enough to be used in mobile phones. The 2-3GB drive can store up to two hours of high-definition video and just under 60 hours of music. Toshiba aims to start shipping samples to makers of cellular phones in summer 2004 and begin full-fledged production in early 2005.
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Muahahaha only takes 45 seconds to format drive too!!!