Monday, April 25, 2005

Samsung and Microsoft introduce hybrid hard drive

MS and Samsung at WinHEC introduced their new HHD designed for use in the next generation of Windows. It's outfitted with a 1Gbit NAND flash buffer and it only spins up the platters and writes to the drive when its good and full.

Sounds like a great drive, more of a leap in HD technology than those 10,000 rpm drives, in my mind at least.

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1 comment:

Scott said...

And probably won't run nearly so hot as a 10,000 RPM drive.