A quick report over at the ChannelRegister says that we should be seeing 2.5" hdds with capacities of 1TB+ by early 2010. Unnamed sources are confident that both Western Digital and Fujitsu will reach the milestone by such time.
Seagate doesn't get a mention as recently WD has been dominating the top-end capacity field with 250GB, 320GB and just now the shipment of 500GB 2.5" drives while Seagate plays catch-up. Though, this trend could change quickly as Seagate are reknowned for bringing sudden surprises to the storage market.
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