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[filmscanners] Re: Slightly OT: Hard Drive Speed

>> Didn't you say you work for IBM in sales? Don't you know that IBM
>> Thinkpads use IDE drives?

> Wrong ....... IDE for cheap models 3xx ... SCSI for high end = 6xx
> 7xx I got a 760 for remote connection with SCSI interface.
> Dockable ........ through SCSI

The 760 series are over six years old and obsolete. I don't know why you'd
want to use them as an example, but even those had IDE drives. I also see
that the largest 2.5" SCSI drive ever made by IBM is 1.2 gb. Does this mean
that the high end IBM notebooks have 1.2gb drives?

I'd like to find out more about the IBM Thinkpads that use SCSI drives. Can
you point me to a link on www.ibm.com? Just one model would be sufficient.

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