Date: Friday, January 7th, 2011, 08:19
Category: hard drive, News
If you’re using your Mac notebook for video, gaming or graphics work, you’re going to want a spiffy hard drive.
Per Macworld, Western Digital has announced that the latest hard drive in its Black series is ready and shipping. The WD Scorpio Black is a 2.5″ SATA hard drive, now available in 160, 250, 320, 500 and 720GB capacities, features a 7200 rpm spin speed and 16MB cache, Western Digital claims the Scorpio Black is one of the fastest drives on the market.
WD’s drive uses Advanced Format technology (which is optimized for Mac and the latest Windows operating systems) to make for a more efficient media format, which in turn allows for greater drive capacities and increased memory storage density. Other notable features include the Scorpio Black’s free fall detection (which aids in preventing shock damage and data loss) and multiple platform compatibility (ensuring that the WD drive will work in hundreds of systems on multiple platforms).
The new Scorpio Black drive retails for US$149 for the 750GB drive.
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