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Samsung shows off world's biggest 1.8-inch drive: 160GB

Nilay Patel
August 21, 2007
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Samsung seems hell-bent on cramming every bit of data it can onto a 1.8-inch drive platter -- just two months after announcing the former capacity champ 120GB SpinPoint N2, the company is pre-announcing a 160GB version. Other than the size, the essential stats remain the same: 4200RPM, 15ms seek time, sub-1W power consumption.
No work on pricing or availability, but our 80GB iPod is beginning to look positively cramped.

[Via TGDaily]




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