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Old 18th February 2008, 15:17   #1
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ďAs Terabyte drives continue to be released at a premium cost, the need for this kind of storage space from many has somewhat forced them to shell out a bit more money than really necessary. But is it wise to do so? If your a smart buyer, you'll agree with me that the answer is no. For less than what you'll pay for just a single 1TB drive, you can purchase two 500MB or even two 750MB drives. One such option can be the Seagate 750GB SATA II drive with 16MB of internal cache. This is not just another SATA II drive though. This hard drive, featuring perpendicular recording, offers some pretty impressive performance when compared to other 7200RMP drives you can buy with your money.
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