Samsung Releases 1.8″, 120 GB Hard Drive

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Date: Wednesday, April 25th, 2007, 08:34
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Samsung has announced that the company has released its 1.8″ SpinPoint N2, a 120 gigabyte drive that could find its way in handheld portable devices as well as future iPods.
According to Engadget, the SpinPoint N2 spins at either 3,600 rpm or 4,200 rpm, sports an average 15-ms seek time and uses sub-1W power consumption. Production begins in July and samples are being handed out to OEMs. Whether this drive finds is way into the iPod via a contract with Apple or someone finds a way to replace the standard 80 gigabyte drive in their new iPod and replace it with this.
If you have any ideas or comments about this, let us know.


samsung.jpg
Samsung has announced that the company has released its 1.8″ SpinPoint N2, a 120 gigabyte drive that could find its way in handheld portable devices as well as future iPods.
According to Engadget, the SpinPoint N2 spins at either 3,600 rpm or 4,200 rpm, sports an average 15-ms seek time and uses sub-1W power consumption. Production begins in July and samples are being handed out to OEMs. Whether this drive finds is way into the iPod via a contract with Apple or someone finds a way to replace the standard 80 gigabyte drive in their new iPod and replace it with this.
If you have any ideas or comments about this, let us know.

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