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1.8 inch HDD use and availability

Posted on 2006-10-19
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What hardware uses 1.8 inch HDDs? Are they coming into or going out of fashion?  SKUing up for a product but want to assure availability.

TIA,

Tim
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See http://www.sdd.toshiba.com/main.aspx?Path=818200000007000000010000659800001516/818200000b0c000000010000659c000026bd/8182000000e6000000010000659c0000279e/8182000000e9000000010000659c00000370/818200000c24000000010000659c00002b41

"music players, handheld PCs, PDAs, wearable computers and laptops" - there will definitely be more demand for these in portable devices, dur to their small size.
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Did you see their .85 inch drive?  Way cool!

Thanks!

Tim
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