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Tuesday, 17 July 2007 16:21

WD announces 750GB hard drives

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Now that DRM is cracked...

 
Western Digital has announced that it will be shipping its WD RE2 (RAID Edition) 750 GB hard drive later this month.

The company promises up to a data transfer rate of up to 3.0Gb/s, WD RE2 hard drives also feature Native Command Queuing (NCQ), pack 16 MB of cache and the MTTF is 1.2 million hours. The new drives will also feature WD's SecurePark,StableTrac and IntelliSeek technologies.

The MSRP for the WD RE2 750 GB (model WD7500AYYS) is $265 USD.

 

 

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