Western Digital Launches WD Scorpio Black 750GB Laptop Drives

By January 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

Western Digital (WD) has announced that it is shipping its new WD Scorpio Black 750 GB (photo) Mobile Hard Drives.

WD Scorpio Black 750 GB runs at 7200 RPM with 2.5-inch form factor SATA hard drives designed for deliver high-performance on notebook computers and portable storage devices. This WD drive is one of the fastest hard drives available current date. Available now in capacities up to 750 GB, the WD Scorpio Black hard drives delivers creative professionals, gamers and PC enthusiasts with additional capacity a supeb amazing performance, Thanks to its 7500 RPM spin speed and 16MB cache that delivers maximum notebook performance.

wd scorpio black 750gb Western Digital Launches WD Scorpio Black 750GB Laptop Drives

The WD Scorpio Black 750 GB hard drives incorporates a set of data-protection features to actively monitor and protect valuable data stored HDD with Advanced Format (AF) technology. This drive is designed for use in OEM notebook systems and company has already tested it with multiple platforms to make sure that everyone will get successful upgrade without any trouuble and get speed and performance to their current notebook system.

“Our most demanding customers have come to expect “no compromises” from our all of our Black series products,” explains Matt Rutledge, vice president of product marketing for WD. “The new WD Scorpio Black drive does not disappoint, providing users of portable devices the necessary speed, significant storage and efficient power management needed to enjoy their favorite HD content, high resolution images, powerful office applications or gaming at home, in the office or on the road.”

WD Scorpio Black 750 GB hard drives (WD7500BPKT) are available now at select resellers and distributors in the U.S. The price of WD Scorpio Black 750 GB is $149.00 USD (Rs. 6700 INR). WD Scorpio Black 750 GB hard drives are backed by a five-year limited warranty.

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