Western Digital® a worldwide storage leader, today announced it is shipping the WD Scorpio® Blueâ„¢ 7 mm hard drive, the latest addition to its mobile hard drive family and the 2.5-inch drive with the lowest power consumption on the market today. Specified to a best-in-class 400Gs shock tolerance, the new single-platter WD Scorpio Blue small form factor hard drives are available in 500 GB and 320 GB capacities and the drives' compatibility with industry-standard 9.5 mm slots make them ideal storage options for mainstream notebooks as well as slimmer notebook and Ultrabookâ„¢ devices that require a 7 mm drive height.
With 1TB hard drives normally 12.5mm and too big for most notebooks that can only take 9.5mm drives, Western Digital's slim and trim HDD fits that 9.5mm mould, giving road warriors more space to store.
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