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Old 31st August 2007, 12:55   #1
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Default Ultra-Small Hard Disk Drives: Does It Make Sense?

Hard disk drives built on 1-inch platters and USB flash drives. Same size, same storage capacity, same functionality. But similar technologies very rarely can exist side by side: competition inevitably eliminates one of them. Which one has better chances today? Letís find out from our new article!
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