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Toshiba announces 60GB, 1.8-inch hard-disk drive Toshiba Corp. will begin mass-producing a 60GB, 1.8-inch hard-disk drive before the end of the year, it said Wednesday. Such drives are commonly used in digital music players and sub-notebook computers.
Hitachi to Boost Output of Small Hard-Disk Drives Hitachi Ltd. said on Tuesday it wouldsharply boost its output of 1-inch and 1.8-inch hard diskdrives (HDDs) this year to meet soaring demand created byportable music players and other mobile devices.