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Sunday, 20 May 2007 21:03

Hitachi TeraByte drive available

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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For a saucy €399


Hitachi's
Deskstar 7K1000 drive is available, at least in Austria and Germany, for about €399. This is not exactly a 1TB drive as its capacity is only 1,000GB. For a real TeraByte you need 1,024GB but lets not be the bean pickers.


The hard drive has four platters with 250GB each and it has total of 32MB cache .

It is twice as expensive compared to what you'd have to pay for 2x500GB drives, but it is up to you to go for it.

You can order one here.


 

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