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Hitachi Microdrive awarded by CEA

Dennis Hissink : 2005-12-29 20:10:00
Hitachi Microdrive awarded by CEA : Hitachi announced that its Microdrive 3K6 product is a "girl's best friend" based on a survey conducted by Consumers Electronics Association (CEA) Market Research. The survey, entitled "What Women Want," sampled more than 1,600 adults (men and women) to determine the features and functions women prefer in their consumer electronic devices. A panel of industry experts then used the survey results to identify products that best matched women's desires in eight categories of consumer electronics. Hitachi's Microdrive 3K6, was declared the winner in the Digital Imaging category, where survey respondents determined great picture quality and the ability to easily share photos to be must-have features.


Hitachi hard drive in JVC Everio camcorder

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-10 12:31:00
Hitachi Microdrive : JVC has featured hard drives from Hitachi Global Storage Technologies in its current Everio line of camcorders, including two new products that use the Hitachi one-inch Microdrive and 1.8-inch Travelstar. "Because of JVC's commitment to high quality, it was very important that we choose the most reliable components possible for our new camcorders, especially one as important as the hard drive," said Ryuhei Nakazawa, general manager, camcorder category, AV & Multimedia Company, Victor Company of Japan, Limited. "We put the Microdrive and Travelstar drives through vigorous testing and they both stood up to the Hitachi promise of quality and reliability."


Hitachi 20GB Microdrive introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-04-04 17:40:19
Hitachi 20GB Microdrive introduction: Hitachi Global Storage Technologies unveils new advancements to a 100-year-old magnetic recording technology that will set the stage for ultra-high capacities such as a Hitachi 20GB Microdrive or a one terabyte 3.5-inch hard drive. Hitachi has demonstrated the industry's highest data density at 230 gigabits/Gb/in2 on perpendicular recording. Hitachi believes 230 Gb/in2, which represents a doubling of today's highest longitudinal recording densities, will be implemented in commercial hard drive products in 2007. When fully realized over the next 5-7 years, perpendicular recording could enable a 10-fold increase in data densities over longitudinal recording, paving the way for a 60Gb 1-inch drive.


Hitachi 6 Gigabyte Microdrive price reduction

Mark Peters : 2005-02-23 21:27:56
Hitachi 6 Gigabyte Microdrive price reduction : Users of digital cameras, MP3 players and other storage-demanding handheld consumer electronics can rejoice today as Hitachi Global Storage Technologies begins shipping its 6 gigabyte. As the leader in one-inch hard drives, Hitachi is raising the stakes by making available the new Microdrive 3K6 with a suggested retail price reduction of up to 60 percent. With 6 GB, the new Microdrive lets consumers carry even more of what they love - 1500-3000 songs, 6,000 pictures (1 MB each) or 8 hours of MPEG-4 video. Hitachi is making all this possible, now, at a significant price reduction, retailing the 6 GB Microdrive for $299 USD or pennies per megabyte.


Hitachi unveils one-inch 8GB and 10GB Microdrive

Mark Peters : 2005-01-05 13:00:29
Hitachi unveils one-inch 8GB and 10GB Microdrive : Hitachi Global Storage Technologies will christen a smaller one-inch Microdrive product later this year. This miniature microdrive is designed to meet the accelerating demand for ultra-portable handheld devices - such as mobile phones and digital music players - that don't compromise on storage capacity. Hitachi will deliver on these requirements by re-engineering its world-renowned one-inch Microdrive to create a 20-percent smaller version with the highest capacity at 8-10 gigabytes (GB) of storage. The new smaller Microdrive from Hitachi is affectionately called baby "Mikey" for its diminutive size.






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