Sunday, January 30, 2011

Huge Hard Drive For iPods!

Toshiba has this week unveiled its latest 1.8 inch hard drive that could lead the way for a new range of media devices capable of helping you store up to 55,000 songs, 275 hours of video or even 34,000 photos in your pocket.

Toshiba MKxx39GSL
With Apples Classic iPod now looking a little dated with its 60GB of storage the new Toshiba MKxx39GSL could easily increase this up to a more satisfying 220GB, with a little help from Apple.
These single platter drives would be a perfect fit for the iPod form factor, and with their new connectors and offering a higher 16MB memory buffer the drive are less likely to skip when you’re moving about.
The MKxx39GSL series of 1.8-inch hard drives will be available in capacities of 160 GB, 200 GB and 220 GB running at 4200 rpm.
More information about the new range of Toshiba MKxx39GSL drives is available from Toshibas website.





http://www.geeky-gadgets.com/store-55000-songs-on-toshibas-mkxx39gsl-1-8-inch-hard-drive-28-01-2011/#more-69870

14 comments:

  1. pretty cool. this type of stuff never ceases to amaze me.

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  2. 220 gigs of music, people can never have enough lol.


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  3. Daaaamn. I'm still perfectly fine with my 2gb ipod mini haha

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  4. Space is the main reason I haven't traded in my 120gb Ipod Video. This is pretty promising news.

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  5. oh hell yea, i am going to have a good day

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  6. Nice!! I can NEVER have enough music, so that looks like it'd be money well spent.

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  7. Now I can finally fit my 4.83x10^89 songs in my ipod

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  8. I'd never need that much on an iPod.

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  9. I don't use more than 10 gigs or so. I like to swap my music out.

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  10. Technology keeps going and going. Soon this will be replaced by terabyte ipods. One can dream..

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