Toshiba preps super slim 750GB notebook drive

By Matthew
Mar 25, 2010
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  1. Toshiba has unveiled the world's highest capacity 9.5mm-tall hard drive, the 750GB MK7559GSXP. In addition to its extremely dense two-platter design, the 2.5-inch, 5400RPM drive is about 14% more power efficient than the 640GB model it's replacing, making it great choice for notebooks and other compact systems. The MK7559GSXP uses SATA II, has an average seek time of 12ms, and 8MB of cache.

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  2. megrawab

    megrawab Newcomer, in training Posts: 93

    Wow I can't imagine consuming a 750GB memory for my files... But I heard 2TB is the highest capacity hard drive?!...
  3. SNGX1275

    SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 12,458   +288

    Yep, 2TB is the biggest you can get in a single drive right now. But that is 3.5" desktop drives, not notebook drive. The reason this is news is this drive is 9.5mm tall, the previous 750GB 2.5" drive was too tall to fit in many notebooks.
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