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Posted by on Apr 3, 2018 in Computer |

Seagate starts shipping world’s slimmest 2TB laptop HDDs

Seagate expertise has announced that its Samsung HDD division has begun shipping the brand new 2.5-inch Spin point M9T HDD. Measuring in at 9.5mm, the Spin point M9T is the world’s thinnest 2TB hard power. The HDD will also be put in in laptops, owing to its 2.5-inch dimension. Along with the 2TB HDD, a 1.5TB variant is also available. Thanks to the thinner HDD, pc OEMs will certainly be capable of make slimmer notebooks and ultra books.

“The M9T combines the highest areal density transport in a single storage instrument with a revolutionary design that fits into mainstream laptop functions. whereas other 2TB are options in the marketplace are 15 mm thick, the overwhelming majority of cell devices are designed to use a 9.5 mm power; with the M9T, these gadgets can now have 2TB of storage, enabling a richer computing experience,” mentioned Dave Frankovich, Senior product line supervisor, Samsung HDD.

 

The Spinpoint M9T is the world's slimmest 2TB laptop drive

The Spin point M9T is the sector’s slimmest 2TB laptop pressure

“Samsung HDD with the new Spin point M9T continues to guide the trouble in aerial density in a small type factor to supply our channel companions and customers with the absolute best-capacity and thinnest storage resolution available in the market,” mentioned Doug Dean, normal manager of the Samsung HDD division. “With consumer demand for storage capability continuing to develop in mobile purposes, the M9T answers this demand and is placed to satisfy capability wants in nearly any software.”

Spin point M9T includes a SATA 6 GB/s interface and micro actuation to make sure quick and consistent laborious drive efficiency. Some delivered sweets embrace Noise Guard and Silent Seek applied sciences that lend a hand preserve the HDD’s noise ranges down. The HDD is a component of the Samsung transportable product line, which also comprises the M3 portable and P3 portable external HDDs.