Western Digital Caviar SE16 750GB Hard Drive Review
The past decade has seen exponential growth in everything. Our cars are bigger, our fries are bigger, and our storage needs are definitely bigger. Games that once took up a third of a CD now suck up entire DVDs, high definition video is all but common, and with the nonstop rise of the Information Age it's easier than ever to acquire lots and lots of stuff. In the 90s, 4GB was considered a large hard drive. Nowadays anything short of 100 is problematic and anyone who uses a PC on a regular basis for more than just word processing will quickly run out of room. Western Digital has answered the call with their largest drive to date: the 750GB, 16MB cache Caviar SE16. Only Hitachi has a larger hard drive, debuting at 1TB (yes, we're finally there). So let's see what WD cooked up this time.
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