Fujitsu today announced the development of the world's first 2.5-inch hard disk drive (HDD) that offers storage capacity of 300 gigabytes (GB) with a Serial ATA (SATA) interface.
the first DVR & HD-DVR TVs? That would be pretty damn awesome.
Tivo already makes an HD-DVR. I'm just waiting for that $800 price tag to drop. Unless you were talking about an HD-DVR via a console or soemthing . . .
Shove THAT into a PS3. (and laptops) =]
I meant putting the HDD into the actual TV I currently own the Tivo HD-DVR from Direct TV. DJ laptops would be a great idea but for the PS3 you might as well go cheaper and just buy a bigger one. God knows you have the room in there for it and it will be much cheaper.
Putting a 3.5" drive in PS3 is'nt recommended as they tend to give off more heat than a 2.5" drive.If a internal 3.5" drive was suitable for PS3 don't you think Sony would have used one.It would have reduced costs for starters.I'd personnally buy a external 3.5" and one that as large as possible.
That's gonna be a hefty price. I've been trying to price there other drives and from what i can tell the 100GB Fijutsu drive is about $100 everywhere except the official store which has it about $200. The 200GB drive isn't available anywhere from what i can tell. The largest that i have found is the 160GB. Expect this to be expensive and rare when it is released but i'm sure Western Digital and Seagate will follow quickly with cheaper and more available versions. Anyone interested should probably wait till the next size though. With hard drives they tend to have the top size extremely over priced so the second highest size is usually the best value.
Going into my Ps3!! MUAHHH AHHAA HAHAA 99.99 for 14gb yea ok!
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