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Samsung Launches its First 1 TB Spinpoint MT2 2.5'' Mobile Hard Drive

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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a world leader in digital consumer electronics and information technology, today announced that it has started shipping its new Spinpoint MT2 1 terabyte (TB) 2.5" internal mobile hard disk drive. It is ideally suited for use in portable storage solutions, such as the newly released Samsung S2 Portable 1TB USB Drives. Other applications include digital TVs, home media systems and set-top boxes, where quiet and cool operations are important.

Employing industry-leading 333GB per-platter technology, the new Spinpoint MT2 drive offers up to an enormous 1TB for personal digital collections such as photos, music, video and work files. Running at 5400rpm speed, the MT2 has a 12.5mm form factor and utilizes Samsung's proprietary SilentSeek and NoiseGuard technologies to minimize noise levels during drive operation.



"The new Spinpoint MT2 drive offers the largest capacity in what has previously been offered as an option for portable digital devices," said I.C. Park vice president, storage marketing, Samsung Electronics. "As the total storage solution provider, Samsung is committed to offering products that features exceptional performance and value across a wide range of computing and consumer electronics markets."

The performance and reliability features of the Spinpoint MT2 have been enhanced with an optimized design and improved suspension for multidisc. The new MT2 drive delivers about 20% increased read/write performance and 4% lower power consumption compared with competitive drives, and it features shock resistance levels of 400G (2ms) in operation mode and 800G (1ms) when the power is off. Equipped with Samsung's exclusive dynamic balancing technology, the drive's overall stability and reliability is optimized as a high-performing solution.

The halogen-free drive complies with the European Union's Directive on the Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS).

The Spinpoint MT2 features 5400rpm speed rotation, SATA 3.0 Gbps interface and Native Command Queuing functions for advanced performance.

The Spinpoint MT2 drive has an 8MB buffer memory and is available in 750GB and 1TB capacity. Initial shipments are available now.

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good to see 2.5" drives getting bigger
 

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good to see 2.5" drives getting bigger
Good to see 2.5" drives getting bigger space wise, too bad they are getting bigger size wise also...:shadedshu

I want to see this amount of space in a drive that can actually fit in most laptops and devices that take 2.5" drives.

I believe Wester Digital has had their 1TB 2.5" drive out for a few months now, though I'm more interested in WD's 750GB 2.5" drive that came out recently because it will actually fit in most laptops.
 
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Hmm maybe something for my PS3
 

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It won't fit in a PS3.
 
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Meh, Western Digital had a 12.5mm 2.5" drive a year ago. Now, if someone comes out with a 1TB 9.5mm... then I'll be interested!
 

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with such a big capacity, it would have been a better idea if they made it 7200 RPM instead.

1TB+7200RPM=fast windows & games load up times.

hopefully they will make one for those who rather have more performance then extra battery life
 

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You must know that 2.5 have smaller size plates in it by physical size so if tested will it be fast like 7200RPM almost but close enough and this 2.5 are a lot better than normal HDD, as quality goes, thumbs up, i just like to see stability test with HDTUNE!
 
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