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Samsung launches new 250GB 1.8-inch HDD

Jul 9, 16:18

Strengthening its line up of portable 1.8-inch hard drives for external storage markets, Samsung Electronics has announced its 250GB 1.8-inch hard disk drive, the Spinpoint N3U, which...

Shortage of 1.8-inch HDDs may hamper ultra-thin notebook and netbook shipments in 3Q09

Jun 26, 12:03

Supplies of 1.8-inch hard disk drives (HDDs) have become increasing tight recently as Samsung Electronics has suspended development of such products, according to sources at notebook...

Toshiba to offer new 1.8-inch HDDs for use in notebooks in December

Sep 30, 16:39

Toshiba's subsidiary Toshiba Digital Media Network (Toshiba DMN) will begin shipments of its new 1.8-inch MKxx29GSG series HDDs to notebook makers and notebook peripheral distributors...

Taiwan market: Toshiba unveils 1.8-inch 120GB and 240GB HDDs

Sep 12, 12:04

Toshiba Digital Media Network, a subsidiary of Toshiba, on September 10 debuted two internal 1.8-inch hard disk drives, a 1-platter 120GB MKxx31GAL and 2-platter 240GB MK2431GAH,...

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