Eurocom Adds Fastest 5400RPM 7mm HDD Option to Their Amazing Systems

/ 4 years ago

Eurocom HDD upgrade

Eurocom builds some serious mobile computing machines that really don’t lack anything in comparison with their stationary companions, you might remember the recently launched Neptune 4K Workstation that offers up to 6.5TB storage, 32GB memory, i7 Extreme CPU as well as Nvidia Quadro GPUs. Now they’ve added the fastest and most robust 5400RPM 2.5-inch 7mm hard disk drive as another option to all their fully upgradeable laptops and Mobile Workstations.

The new HDD available  is the HGST Travelstar Z5K1000 drive that is 26 percent slimmer compared to traditional 9.5mm drives and weights only 95 grams. It offers the industry’s highest operating shock at 400G/2ms and non-operating shock at 1000G/1ms to protect against bumps and rough handling in mobile environments.

The HDD is the seventh generation of self-encrypting drives (SED) to feature HGST’s Bulk Data Encryption for that extra protection of your sensitive data. It’s built with a two-disk design that is said to deliver nearly silent operation at 2.1 idle/2.2 seek bels.

Drive Specifications

  • 1TB of capacity
  • Advanced Format, 512-byte emulation
  • 6Gb/s SATA interface
  • Dual-stage Actuator (DSA)
  • Self-encrypting for data security
  • 5400 rpm Rotational Speed
  • 95 Gram Weight
  • 1000G/1 ms Non-Operating Shock and 400G/2ms Operating Shock
  • 600 000 Load/Unload Cycles
  • 32 MB Data Buffer

Thanks to Eurocom for providing us with this information

Image courtesy of Eurocom

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