Fujitsu plans to ship 1.2TB 2.5″ hard drives in 2010

The year 2010 isn’t all that far away but if Fujitsu is to be believed, we might all be carrying around a futuristic amount of storage in our backpacks in three years time. Thanks to a new perpendicular recording method that will allow for “ideally ‘ordered’ alumina nanohole patterns for isolated bit-by-bit recording on a large disk area,” Fujitsu will be able to increase disk capacity for smaller hard drives. What exactly does that mean? Well, it means 1.2TB 2.5″ laptop drives by 2010, if the Japanese company is on point.

For more on the forthcoming tiny, huge drives:
– see this PC World article

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