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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Vegeta-san, Nov 1, 2006.
4200 rpm? Ouch. I think I could stick my hand in there and spin it faster myself.
Have you considered bit density on a platter that can store that much data though? Logically, this means this disk needs to make less revolutions to retrieve the same amount of data than a smaller hard drive.
No thanks. I think I'll just stick with my 5400 rpm 160 gb drive...4200 is an elderly snail.