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August 9th, 2007
If Fujitsu 's latest hard-drive research bears fruit, PC World reports that we could soon be looking at 2.5-inch drives capable of storing as much as 1.2TB each.
The breakthrough in cramming terabyte-class storage into laptop drives is courtesy of perpendicular recording combined with nanotechnology. This creates ordered, tightly packed 'nanoholes' capable of storing bits of information.
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