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February 10th, 2004
PC drives will reach 600GB by 2007, industry says
The standard desktop PC of 2007 will have a hard disk drive with capacity between 500GB and 600GB, according to Mark Geenen, managing director of research company TrendFocus Inc. Notebook computers will be fitted with 300GB drives and small drives which can be used in mobile phones and PDAs (personal digital assistants) will be able to store around 20GB, Geenen said.
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