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January 3rd, 2007
7 Jump it up! Seagate's HAMR tol change the face of gaming industry?
HAMR, if you're not well familiar with it, is a technology based on nanotube lubrication to allow the read/write head of a disk to get closer to the surface and store more information. It allows a total number of 300 TB of information on a standard 3.5" drive and that would be roughly around 6,144 50GB Blu-ray discs.
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