Nah, not a hard drive but a platform that can hold up to 2TB of data. Century has developed what looks like your regular 2.5″ hard drive, but instead of platters and drive heads inside, what you get are slots that let you drop Compact Flash cards. Since the architecture supports up to 2TB of data, I guess you gotta wait for technology to catch up with the times since you definitely can’t find 1TB Compact Flash cards yet. Talk about future proofing your product!
Publisher’s note: since there are two CF cards and that each CF can support up to 2TB (using FAT32), would that make it a 4TB platform? Anyhow, the question is pretty irrelevant today, as CF cards and microdrive have relatively small storage capacity
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