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Fujitsu has put together a line of 2.5in mobile drives, with 10GB capacity per platter. The new series come in 10, 15, 20 and 30GB sizes.

The drives manage a data transfer rate of 28.7MBps and have an average seek time of 12ms. They have an Ultra ATA/66 interface, 4200rpm spindle speed, and an increased buffer of 2MB.

The drives are available in heights of 9.5mm and 12.5mm depending on the capacity point. The series also offers up to 700G of non-operating shock tolerance according to Fujitsu.

The drives are currently shipping to OEMs for evaluations and began shipping into distribution in Q4 this year. ®

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