Sunday, March 31, 2013

Intel's SSDs to grow above 1TB

What was 800 MB of storage used for 17 years ago ?
Sixteen and a half years later, INTEL's hard disks—a pair of full height 5.25 inch 800 MB Quantum SCSI devices—are making some disconcerting noises from their bearings, and you're tired of the complaints. It's time to turn off the old warhorse
I believe 1.5TB is currently the largest 2.5" HD available. And even then I'm pretty sure it's a 12.5mm drive designed for external enclosures, not a 9.5mm HDD suitable for use in laptops. 1TB is the largest 2.5" 9.5mm drive I am aware of. (Unless something just recently came out)


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