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Western Digital releases Scorpio Black 750gb 2.5 inch HDD

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Western Digital announces the release of their Scorpio Black 750gb 2.5 inch Hard Drive

Combining class leading 7200rpm rotational speed and 16MB of cache, the Western Digital Scorpio Black promises desktop class performance without compromise for gamers, enthusiasts and serious road warriors.

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Western Digital announces the release of their Scorpio Black 750gb 2.5 inch Hard Drive

Combining class leading 7200rpm rotational speed and 16MB of cache, the Western Digital Scorpio Black promises desktop class performance without compromise for gamers, enthusiasts and serious road warriors. Using Advanced Format (AF) technology, the WD Scorpio Black 750 GB hard drives also incorporate a variety of data-protection features to actively monitor and protect valuable data.

Western Digital also claims that its WD Scorpio Black Hard drives consume power equivalent to its 5400rpm d. To get an idea of what 750gb can do for you, WD estimates that its WD Scorpio 750gb can store approximately:

214,000 Digital Still images
57 High Definition Videos
187,000 MP3 songs 

Technical Specifications at a glance

Physical Specifications 
Formatted Capacity 750,156 MB
Capacity 750 GB
Interface SATA 3 Gb/s

Acoustics Information
Idle Mode 28 dBA (average)
Seek Mode 0 28 dBA (average)

Power Consumption
Read/Write 1.75 Watts
Idle 0.80 Watts
Standby 0.40 Watts
Sleep 0.40 Watts

Western Digital Scorpio drives will be available in the very near future, and comes with a 5 year limited warranty.

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