Samsung Introduce 160 Gigabyte, 1.8″ Hard Drive

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Date: Tuesday, August 21st, 2007, 09:16
Category: hard drive

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On Tuesday, tech manufacturer Samsung introduced a new 1.8″, 150 gigabyte hard drive designed for portable devices such as Apple’s iPod.
According to Macworld UK, the new Spinpoint N2 drive functions at 4,200 revolutions per minute. The drive can hold as many as 40,000 MP3 files or 100 high definition quality movies.
The company is expected to use the new drives in its video camcorder, MP3 and PMP devices.
No word has been given as to whether the drive will be featured in a future generation of iPod, which may be moving towards Flash-based drives for all models.
If you have an opinion or feedback on this, let us know over in the comments or forums.


samsung.jpg
On Tuesday, tech manufacturer Samsung introduced a new 1.8″, 150 gigabyte hard drive designed for portable devices such as Apple’s iPod.
According to Macworld UK, the new Spinpoint N2 drive functions at 4,200 revolutions per minute. The drive can hold as many as 40,000 MP3 files or 100 high definition quality movies.
The company is expected to use the new drives in its video camcorder, MP3 and PMP devices.
No word has been given as to whether the drive will be featured in a future generation of iPod, which may be moving towards Flash-based drives for all models.
If you have an opinion or feedback on this, let us know over in the comments or forums.

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