Western Digital WD20EARS 2TB Hard Drive SATAII 64MB Cache @ ebuyer £69.99 delivered - HotUKDeals
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Caviar Green 2TB, 64 MB Cache

As hard drive capacities increase, the power required to run those drives increases as well. WD Caviar Green drives make it possible for energy-conscious customers to build systems with higher capacities and the right balance of system performance, ensured reliability, and energy conservation.

Reduced power consumption - WD has reduced power consumption by up to 40 percent compared to standard desktop drives with the combination of WD's IntelliSeek™, NoTouch™, and IntelliPower™ technologies.

Helps enable eco-friendly PCs - WD Caviar Green drives yield an average drive power savings of 4-5 watts over standard desktop drives making it possible for our energy-conscious customers to build systems with higher capacities and the right balance of system performance, ensured reliability, and energy conservation.

Cool and quiet - GreenPower™ technology yields lower operating temperatures for increased reliability and low acoustics for ultra-quiet PCs and external drives.

Massive capacity - Capacities up to 2 TB offer the most available capacity for storage-intensive programs and space-hungry operating systems, like Window Vista®, with plenty of room left over for photos, music, and video.

Perfect for external drives - External drive manufacturers can eliminate the need for a fan in a high-capacity product with a WD Caviar Green drive, the coolest and quietest in its class.

IntelliPower - A fine-tuned balance of spin speed, transfer rate and caching algorithms designed to deliver both significant power savings and solid performance.

IntelliSeek - Calculates optimum seek speeds to lower power consumption, noise, and vibration. View demo >

NoTouch ramp load technology - The recording head never touches the disk media ensuring significantly less wear to the recording head and media as well as better drive protection in transit.

Perpendicular Magnetic Recording (PMR) - Employs PMR technology to achieve even greater areal density.

StableTrac™ - The motor shaft is secured at both ends to reduce system-induced vibration and stabilize platters for accurate tracking, during read and write operations. (2 TB models only)

Low power spin-up - WD Caviar Green drives consume less current during startup allowing lower peak loads.

Advanced power technology - Electronic components deliver best-in-class low power consumption for reduced power requirements and increased reliability.

Ideal For
Environmentally friendly PCs and external storage requiring lower power consumption and cool, quiet operation.



Ideal for media servers


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#1
Bah, you beat me to it! just got sent this deal by email, and seems a cracking price for a quality 2TB drive, 2TB's! my first PC which cost £1200 and was running Windows 95 on 1.1gb HDD, and always seemed to have plenty of space, mind you that was 1996!. Before bloated OS's and digital media started to consume every available GB we had!

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#2
1.1Gb? I thought I'd hit the jackpot when I got an IBM 286 with a 20Mb hard drive!!!

Hot - and ordered, too! Thanks, OP.
#3
Timbellina
1.1Gb? I thought I'd hit the jackpot when I got an IBM 286 with a 20Mb hard drive!!!

Hot - and ordered, too! Thanks, OP.

20mb? luxury! There were 7 of us living in a shoe box on the local tip!
#4
guv
HAL2000
Bah, you beat me to it! just got sent this deal by email, and seems a cracking price for a quality 2TB drive, 2TB's! my first PC which cost £1200 and was running Windows 95 on 1.1gb HDD, and always seemed to have plenty of space, mind you that was 1996!. Before bloated OS's and digital media started to consume every available GB we had!

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:D

LOL.... my first cost similar! a 486 DX2 66 runing 3.1 - BUT I ugpgraded by spending £200 on a 2x CD rom drive and added a 120MB hard drive for about £300.... those were the days!


lol, I had a dx2 66 setup and paid £85 for 1mb if ram for my graphics card :D

Ahhh, all this takes me back to the joys of 'subst' :D

Edited By: deek72 on Nov 28, 2010 14:20
#5
I remember paying over £300 for a twin 5.25" Floppy drive for a BBC micro and thought I had reached the very pinnacle of computing! I still have the drive in the loft.
Drive prices are falling so fast it's hard to keep up!

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