Hitachi is trying to sex up the marketing for its new one-inch Microdrive, which is expected to give smart phones, MP3 players and PDAs up to 60GB of storage.
Caption by: Bill Detwiler
With an eye on handheld consumer appliances, Hitachi is expected to announce that it has created the smallest drive on the market.
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