WD finally expands their storage lineup
Subject: Storage | August 3, 2007 - 08:42 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Fans of Western Digital finally have a model that can be used for serious storage, the WD7500AAKS 750GB SATA HDD. As shown in HotHardware's review, their first foray into perpendicular storage is a huge success. They've combined that new technology with their Caviar series to provide a drive that leaves their competitors in the dust.
"We aren't sure why Western Digital waited so long to offer a drive bigger than 500GB, but we are happy to see the competition heating up. Plus, with storage prices so low right now, Western Digital's move seems rather smart. The company can offer its flagship drive (in terms of capacity) at a very attractive price. The MSRP for the new 750GB WD Caviar SE16 is only $249.99, which is roughly $0.33/GB."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Eagle Tech Computers D-Series External Storage System Review @ Bigbruin
- Antec MX-1 SATA HDD enclosure @ HEXUS
- LaCie D2 Extreme 320GB External Hard Drive Review @ ThinkComputers
- Synology Disk Station DS207 and DS107 @ Legion Hardware
- Disc thingies, reviewed @ Dan's Data
- SanDisk Extreme IV Compact Flash Card and New Card-Readers @ X-bit Labs