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Hitachi Heralds 1TB Hard Drive   
Friday, January 05 2007 @ 01:33 PM EST
Contributed by: sde

Hitachi Global Storage Technologies on Jan. 5 unveiled what it says is the industry's first 1TB hard drive.

The Deskstar 7K1000 offers users a high storage capacity that allows them to store their games, home movies, photos and music while also providing them with increased drive protection via a ramp load design that decreases the risk of shock damage, company officials said.

"In the 51st year, Hitachi is leading a new era for hard drives—not only providing large amounts of affordable storage, but also customizing and optimizing hard drives to deliver products that are smarter, more durable and more useful to the consumer," Shinjiro Iwata, chief marketing officer of Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, said in a statement.

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