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Hitachi unveils new G-Drive external storage solutions

Hitachi announces new external hard drives for Mac that are based on its new Travelstar and Deskstar internal hard drives.

By January 4, 2012

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Hitachi announces high-speed 500GB laptop hard drive

Hitachi announces the new 7200 RPM Travelstar Drive for laptops that offers capacities up to 500GB.

By September 1, 2009

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Hitachi announces self-encrypting hard drive

Hitachi's new 2.5-inch Travelstar drive offers 500GB capacity, support for new encryption standards, and low power consumption.

By November 11, 2008

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Troubleshooting IBM Deskstar/Travelstar hard drives

Troubleshooting IBM Deskstar/Travelstar hard drives

By January 6, 2003

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More on IBM Deskstar/Travelstar failure; Fujitsu drives also affected

More on IBM Deskstar/Travelstar failure; Fujitsu drives also affected

By January 3, 2003

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IBM Travelstar/Deskstar hard drive failure; class action suit

IBM Travelstar/Deskstar hard drive failure; class action suit

By January 2, 2003

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OS X Odds & Ends: Adaptec SCSI cards; TravelStar; Internet Explorer and corrupted support files; PGP

OS X Odds & Ends: Adaptec SCSI cards; TravelStar; Internet Explorer and corrupted support files; PGP

By April 2, 2001

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IBM introduces faster mobile hard drives

IBM announced on Wednesday new thin mobile hard drives that will spin at a rotational rate of 5,400 RPM. The 0.37-inch thin Travelstar GNX drives will come in capacities of 20GB and 40GB and will begin shipping in April. The drives use IBM's "pixie dust" technology, which increases the amount of data that can be stored on the platters within the hard drives. IBM representatives said that pricing for the new drives has not been determined.

By February 14, 2002

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IBM's new notebook drives emphasize quiet

Big Blue launches a new line of Travelstar hard drives for notebooks that the company claims are the world's quietest.

By March 27, 2001

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Short Take: IBM disk drives for mobile computers

IBM announced hard disk drives for mobile computers. Its Travelstar VP holds 1.6GB; Travelstar 3XP, has a 2.5-inch drive holding 3GB; the 4.3 GB Deskstar 4, has an all-purpose drive for audio-video applications. The 6.4GB Deskstar 5 has a 5.4MB/sec minimum sustained through-put rate; the 5400 RPM 4.3GB Ultrastar 2ES has an Ultra SCSI interface and is for entry-level workstations and network servers; and the 2.16GB Travelstar 4LP is one of the most rugged drives in its class and is shock resistant, according to the company.

By October 29, 1996