Introducing 10GB at 1" or 138 Gbit/inch²
Researchers from Tohoku University achieved the new level of data density in miniature hard drives by developing 1" HDDs of 10GB capacity.
To achieve this density of 138Gbit/inch² they used the perpendicular recording method which popularity grows these days.
Therefore Hitachi, that will most likely commercialize the novelty, will have a chance to outrun Seagate that is currently ahead with its 8GB Microdrive introduced last week along with nine other solutions.
Source: PC Watch
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