|Jan 5, 2007, 05:04 AM||#1|
Did the powerbook ever come with a 7200rpm drive
The reason I'm asking is that I cannot find the full specs available for every model made. While scanning ebay I notice that most drives are 5400 with some at 4200 however I have only once come across a drive that was 7200, I think it was 100Gb but I'm not sure.
Because I've never seen another 7200 drive in a powerbook I was wondering if it was just listed incorrectly or if a standard powerbook ever came with a 7200 drive option.
|Jan 5, 2007, 05:05 AM||#2|
Yes 7200RPM was an option. My ex had one in her PB, I don't remember the size for sure. I think it was 100GB though.
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