Western Digital may go mobile

By Julio Franco
Jun 19, 2003
  1. Western Digital is considering to enter the market for hard drives used in notebook PCs. Earlier this week Seagate debuted a new line of notebook drives with capacities starting at 20GB and 40GB, this could become a trend among manufacturers given the potential growth expected from the laptop market.

    The Lake Forest, Calif., hard-drive manufacturer, which offers disks for desktop PCs and servers, has begun building prototypes for a new line of mobile drives and could enter the market quickly if it chooses to, said Steve Wilkins, director of marketing for enterprise products at Western Digital.
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