March 5, 2008 by yogi2raj
Fujitsu Tuesday formally launched its MHZ2 BH series of notebook hard-drives, the largest of its Features is power consumption reduced, and storage capacity reached 320GB.
Fujitsu said that such a 2.5-inch, 5,400 rpm SATA interface drives will be officially began selling in February. But Fujitsu also did not disclose any further information on prices. According to Fujitsu Introduced , this MHZ2 BH hard disk will greatly reduce idle, the electricity consumption of dormancy, at the same time, When read and write operation the heat will also reduce, which will help to improve the cooling of the notebook and extended battery life.
Actually Fujitsu is only recently joined the notebook hard drive capacity contest, Western Digital last month officially launched a 2.5-inch, SATA interface Scorpio 320GB hard drive, and Toshiba since from August launched MK3252GSX SATA notebook drives.