High density mobile storage
Subject: Storage | November 1, 2007 - 01:32 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Western Digital now offers a 2.5", 250GB Scorpio drive, finally providing mobile users with a speedy and high capacity HDD. TweakTown was more than happy with the performance, as WD did not sacrifice speed for storage size, they fit both into a perfect little package.
"Memory modules are shrinking in physical size, but again the amount of memory per stick is increasing giving
you even more power out of your PC. With the development of graphics technology getting better we start to see
high-end graphics in tiny packages as well. The one thing that has its limitations is the storage.
Today we are testing out one of the newest HDDs to come out for the laptop market, Western Digital’s Scorpio HDD
with an amazing 250GB capacity, this being one of the largest 2.5” HDDs on the market."
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