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Old 22nd April 2010, 12:05   #1
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Default WD Green: Green is Fashionable

As the title itself says, if you’ve followed the development of IT industry at all lately, you’ve certainly noticed that “green technologies” are gaining significant popularity. The conscience of constant Earth pollution is slowly seeping into all of our minds, perhaps a few hundred years too late, but better late than never. Components made of recyclable material, lower energy consumption, zero toxic materials in the production process, all of these are features which we are likely to see more and more on our products. This approach couldn’t have missed hard disks on the way, so we’ve received four “green” Western Digital hard disks for testing, in order to round up the story about AFT…

Its best price per megabyte makes us forgive for its average performance, and since this is a series where capacity plays the most important role, a prominent feature of this particular model, our recommendation comes in the form of the WD15EARS model.

http://www.insidehw.com/Reviews/Stor...shionable.html
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