IBM today unveiled first, the Deskstar 120GXP, the industry’s lowest-power consumption 3.5-inch desktop hard drive with a 120 gigabyte (GB)1 capacity and performing at 7200 RPM. Next up: the Travelstar 60GH and 40GN family. The Travelstar 60H, at 60 GB and 5400 RPM, is the industry’s highest-capacity, highest-performing 2.5-inch notebook drive.
IBM releases 60GB 2.5-inch hard drive
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