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Seagate Adds More Storage To Tiny Hard Drives

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Feb 14, 2006, 8:39 AM   by (staff)

Seagate has announced it will ship higher capacity one inch hard drives to manufacturers during the third quarter of this year. The new drive increases storage to 12 GB by switching to perpendicular recording technology. The device holds more, but it is physically smaller and uses less power than previous models. Seagate also added shock protection to the drive since it is designed for portable devices. Last month Cornice announced similar drives in 8 and 10 GB sizes.

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Feb 14, 2006, 1:40 PM

Pretty Sweet

If this sounds cool now...just think about how much we'll be able to fit in a cell phone in 10 years. 😁 In the near future laptops are going to start carrying solid-state memory.
We really need this technology in pda phones@#!% NOW! EVEN YESTERDAY WE NEED THEM. 🙄

Feb 14, 2006, 9:45 PM

One step towards the future


I hope soon all cell phones will have big capacity mini hard drives. Then we don't need to fuss with the cards

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