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Not wanting to leave traditionalists in the cold after making its 56GB SSD offering, Buffalo has introduced a \"shock-resistant\" 300GB, external USB drive for neo-luddites. The skinny little number likely houses one of Fujitsu's new-ish 300GB 2.5-inchers, as the drive manufacturer is pretty much the

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Fujitsu's been selling well-regarded hard drives in branded external enclosures for a while now, so it's no surprise the company is trumpeting the arrival of 300GB 2.5-inch drives with a new line of pocket drives. The USB-powered 4200rpm drives feature a new 16-point shock absorber and the usual ar

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With 1TB 3.5-inch hard drives making the rounds these days, a little bit of the charm has worn off of InPhase Technologies' 300GB holographic storage discs, which are now available for $180 a pop -- but only a little. The 1.5mm platters will scale up to 1.6TB by 2010, and data transfer rates are cu

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Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later: tiny, 2.5-inch, laptop-sized hard drives have hit the 300GB threshold. Yep, Fujitsu has just announced its latest line of mobile hard drives, the MHX2300BT series, about nine months after reaching the 200GB barrier. Apparently this new 4200RPM SATA 2.5 l

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Instead of asking "HD-DVD or Blu-Ray?" next year, we might be asking "Holographic Video Disc or other inferior products?" We're not even done with the current format war and the troops are already gearing up for the next one. Actually, from the sounds of the new HVD, I may bypas

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