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Six 160GB 2.5-inch HDDs tested

Posted on Tuesday, December 11 2007 @ 05:10:43 CET by


X-bit Labs compared the performance of six 2.5" HDDs from Fujitsu, Hitachi, Toshiba, Samsung, Seagate and Western Digital:
So, the choice is made in favor of perpendicular recording. Having overcome the unavoidable technical problems and made contracts with the distributors, the developers all introduced new HDD series reaching a recording density of 80GB per platter in the first generation. By the way, the recently released second-generation models feature a recording density of 250GB per platter but that’s going to be the subject of our upcoming review. Today I’ll discuss six 2.5 HDDs with a capacity of 160GB, a spindle rotation speed of 5400rpm and a SATA interface.
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