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Article:
  Road Testing the PowerBook Ti 667
Subject:   RPM: Wrong
Date:   2001-11-28 13:53:08
From:   freeideas
It works the other way. The smaller the HD, the less diameter, the *LESS* data passes under the reader. Given the same data density, a smaller HD will have to spin *FASTER* to read data at the same rate as a larger drive.


(this is in response to earlier postings, not the article)


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