The success of the Apple iPod has brought home to a mass market that hard disk drives are now considered a viable form of portable mass storage. And after all, millions of users have been happily trusting their data to a mechanical hard drive, in their notebook PC, for years, despite the shakes, rattles and rolls that are the inevitable part of an office commute or an airline flight.
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