Why no SATA 160GB Drive Option in MacBooks?

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Date: Thursday, October 12th, 2006, 08:00
Category: MacBook

You can now order a Mac mini with a 160G SATA drive and this is the same physical drive type found in the MacBooks and MacBook Pros. So why hasn’t Apple made this a BTO for the portables?
Contributed by: Ole J. Jacobsen


You can now order a Mac mini with a 160G SATA drive and this is the same physical drive type found in the MacBooks and MacBook Pros. So why hasn’t Apple made this a BTO for the portables?
Contributed by: Ole J. Jacobsen

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One Response to “Why no SATA 160GB Drive Option in MacBooks?”

  1. The only 160gb that is too thick for the MacBook Pro’s is the Fujitsu. Western Digital’s and Seagate’s fit just fine.
    The Western Digital 160gb I put in my 12″ runs far too hot to be usable though.