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Hard drive manufacturer Seagate reckons it could be shipping 2.5 terabyte hard drives by 2009. Capacities like that could change the way people buy movies.

Seagate announced this week that it had set a world record in magnetic encoding of information of 421 Gbits per square inch using magnetic media created with currently available production equipment and said that it expected this technology would enable it to deliver hard drives with storage capacities in 40GB to 275GB for 1-and 1.8-inch consumer electronics drives, 500GB for 2.5-inch notebook drives, and nearly 2.5TB for 3.5-inch desktop and enterprise class drives by 2009.

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