World's first hard drive with 256-bit Encryption (AES)

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Fujitsu will launch the world’s first 320GB 2.5" hard disk drive with hardware-based encryption by the end of May. The company announced this yesterday and they believe that their newest…

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Very cool. I’d like to see this tech come to the desktop in larger sizes.

Yeah, great idea except that any data corruption could render your drive’s contents useless.

And you’re sure it is “rational speed of 7200-rpm” that Fujitsu is offering, because anything less or more would be just irrational? That wouldn’t be rotational by any chance now, would it :wink: