Manufacturer Model Number: HTE721060G9AT00
Type: Hard Disk Drive
Sub-Type: Notebook Drives
Form Factor 2.5" x 1/8H
Capacity 60 GB
Interface Type ATA-100
Buffer Size 8 MB
Features Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) motor, TrueTrack servo technology
Drive Transfer Rate 100 MBPS (External) / 78.1 MBPS (Internal)
Seek Time 10 MS (Average) / 18 MS (MAX)
Track-to-Track Seek Time 1 MS
Average Latency 4.2 MS
Spindle Speed 7200 RPM
Start / Stop Cycles 600,000
EXPANSION / CONNECTIVITY:
Interfaces 1 x ATA-100 - 44 Pin IDC
Compatible Bays 1 x internal - 2.5" x 1/8H
About Refurbished Products
Notebook hard drives are among the most important and most popular storage devices in the market. These drives come in different storage capacities, form factors, and speed of data access.
A laptop or Notebook hard drive stores every user's information, including the operating system and other programs. Therefore, establishing basic requirements for choosing a laptop HDD is critical for making the right decisions.
Users who are looking to get new Notebook hard drives or replace old ones for general use or work will find the best options here at AllHDD.
Notebook Hard Drives That Provide Improved Data Storage Capacities
A new Notebook HDD or an upgrade to an existing one will give users the chance of increasing storage. With options such as the 2TB-5.4K RPM, 1.5TB-5.4K RPM, and 1TB-7.2K RPM, Notebook drives, users can store massive amounts of data. There are even better units that can hold up to 4TB of data.
At the same time, there are lower storage options such as the 250GB-4.2K RPM, 320GB-7.2K RPM, and others. The Notebook drives come with different interfaces that further improve their performances. For example, users can transfer data at rates as high as 6 GB per second with the SATA interface.
Some other models come with the SAS or SCSI interfaces. These interfaces help users to meet specific data transfer needs. They are easily customizable, offering fast and consistent performance.
Enhances Performance Coupled with Advanced Storage Management System
High-quality notebook hard drives greatly influence the overall performance and load times of the system. How fast users can check through files, copy and paste their data, and perform other operations depends on the laptop's HDD.
Not only that, but the laptop's hard drive is also responsible for managing the loading of various programs. There is at least one spinning magnetic disk on each hard disk drive that helps with data storage. Read and write speed users achieve in real-time depends on the rotational speed of the spinning magnetic disk.
AllHDD offers laptop or desktop internal hard drive options spinning at 5,400 to 7,200 revolutions per minute. These drives offer fast performances to programs, even while working with large files. Users can also purchase laptop HDD with variable speed options. These types of drives consume lesser energy and spin between 5.4K and 7.4K revolutions per minute.
These notebook drives are suitable for loading very complex applications. Therefore, they are suitable for a wide range of users, ranging from programmers to data analysts and others. Drives with the Multi-Tier Catching tech can help simplify the transfer of data. Thus, saving users some time to complete other tasks.
Straightforward Installation with Standard Connectors and Form Factors
These Notebook hard drives come with different data platter sizes. These are the standard form factors, which are the 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drives. The 2.5-inch drives are smaller, making them fit in laptops and notebooks. They also fit into portable enclosures such as desktops, external hard drives, or mobile HDD applications.
Also, the 2.5-inch notebook internal hard drives use less power for spinning. They draw power from users' laptops without the need for an external power supply. Both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drives can be easily moved from one place to another; shipping comes without worry.
The built-in connector that comes standard with these hard drives throws their usefulness up a notch. In recent years, most laptops have switched to the SATA interface due to the simple configuration.
Drives that come with the SATA interface use hard drive enclosures to allow them to work as external hard drives. Other laptop HDDs come with built-in Thunderbolt connectors. These are highly important for users undertaking high-resolution video streaming.