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20GB now comes as standard

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Fujitsu has doubled the size of its entry-level hard discs to 20.4GB, producing a family that is "ideal for value-class consumer PCs and entertainment devices". The step up reflects a sudden demand for more storage from consumers who have hooked up to the Internet and wish to download large files. The drive offers transfer rates of 37.8Mbps and an access time of 9.5ms. It will be available at the end of this month, although Fujitsu will not release the disc price at the moment. ®

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