Ultraportable computers are about to get even thinner. PCMag reports (via Netbooked) that Seagate is about to announce a new line of ultra-thin hard disk drives. While normal HDDs are 9.5mm in height, the new Seagate Momentus Thin series is just 7mm tall. That means thinner laptops and HDD netbooks in 2010. Only two sizes have been announced for the Momentus Thin series so far; 160 GB and 250 GB. These new drives have a speed of 5400 RPM and an 8 MB cache. We'll know more about these new HDDs when they're unveiled at CES 2010 next month.
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