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Ten 750GB hard drives compared

Posted on Saturday, November 22 2008 @ 04:26:52 CET by


X-bit Labs published a roundup of ten 750GB HDDs from Hitachi, Samsung, Seagate and Western Digital.
So, it is time to find the highs and lows of the HDDs available today. We have discussed 1TB drives recently, and now we want to deal with 750GB ones. Writing a comparative review is not easy as there are always new products appearing on the market. Once you collect enough material, a new model pops up and another is about to be released. Therefore some newest models are missing in this review, yet we tried to cover as many HDDs as we could.

A 750GB drive is not the largest available, but it is cheaper than a 1TB drive while its capacity should suffice for most applications. So, this storage capacity is all right, but what about speed? You’ll find this out right now.
Check it out over here.



 



 

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