Toshiba introduces at the CES 2004 the World's Smallest Hard Disk Drive.
Toshiba develops Industry's First 0.85-Inch HDD to Power Mobile Phones and Portable Consumer Electronics. Expected to be available in 2GB and 4GB capacities, Toshiba will start sampling the new drive in summer 2004, with mass production to begin in late 2004.
Measuring only a quarter of the size of Toshiba's 1.8-inch drive, the 0.85-inch HDD is expected to boost the functionality of a new generation of products, including mobile phones, digital audio players, PDAs, digital still cameras, camcorders and external storage devices.
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