Samsung to show first 1.3-inch hard drive at CES

By on December 6, 2007, 8:25 AM
In yet another sign on how serious Samsung takes its aggressive move into the storage market, the company will reportedly unveil (or at least discuss) the first 1.3-inch hard drive targeted at "mobile consumer devices" during next year’s CES in Las Vegas.

To put that into perspective, current iPod Classic drives are 1.8-inches. Samsung is also among the world leaders in NAND flash memory, which is becoming increasingly popular in smaller devices like the iPod nano. But a 1.3-inch hard drive could be a major move towards thinner, lighter laptops and portable players without having to incur the higher cost of SSD drives.

The company will also be announcing a 1TB, 3.5-inch RAID Edition drive, and new 320GB mobile hard drives for notebooks.




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Fuse~wire said:
Progress is inevitable. More strorage in smaller space and less power. I want that.
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