keeps pumping out the hard drive innovation
-- this time the company is planning to ship a 1.2TB 2.5-inch hard drive by 2010. The company is planning on leveraging a new perpendicular
recording method that allows researchers to create "ideally 'ordered' alumina nanohole patterns for isolated bit-by-bit recording on a large disk area" to accomplish the feat, which sounds pretty intense to us. Of course, by 2010 we'll all probably be rocking at least a petabyte or two of desktop storage, but it's still fun to dream.