Samsung claims its new drive is 20% quicker on reads and writes and 4% less power hungry than competing products – though, exact numbers aren't provided in the press release. It has a rotation speed of 5400RPM, an 8MB buffer, a shock resistance of 400G when in operation and 800G when powered off, and it connects via SATA 3.0Gb/s. The drive is currently shipping in both 1TB and 750GB capacities, but there's no mention of a price, what products the MT2 might appear in, or whether it will be available to consumers.
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