The Mercury On-The-Go Pro 1TB hard drive is the first of its kind, since it relies on a 2.5″ configuration instead of the standard 3.5″ at that size. There is one drawback with all that space though – you would have to be a very patient person since it runs on 5200RPM, which is a pretty sluggish number even for hard drives. For those who want a faster interface, they’ll need to fork out more where USB and FireWire connectivity will set youo back by another $300 and $360, respectively.
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