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Samsung SpinPoint EcoGreen HD502HI Hard Drive - 500GB - 5400rpm - Serial ATA/300 - Serial ATA - Internal
Samsung has developed a 1.5 TB three platter hard disk drive (500 GB per platter) which consumes 40% less power at idle, and 45% less power when reading/writing than other comparable drives. Dubbed F2EG EcoGreen, the drive is comparably priced to high-power consuming drives.
As hard disk capacity increases from an increased number of disks, so does power consumption. However, Samsung’s F2EG drive offers low power consumption by using EcoTriangle™, a low-power, low-heat, low-noise operation technology. With its advanced design and fewer components, the F2EG drive is 40% lower in power consumption in idle mode and 45% lower in reading/writing mode than competitive drives. Samsung’s Eco-Triangle™ technology offers more energy efficient and high performance hard drive options to manufacturers of home media PC, external HDD, set-top box, and personal NAS.
Samsung's EcoGreen F2EG drive, which is suitable for both external hard disks and desktop PC, incorporates 500GB/1TB/1.5TB capacity, 16MB/32MB buffer memory, and 3.0 gigabytes per second (Gbps) Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) interface. The F2EG hard drive, employing advanced PMR technology, achieves greater aerial density and improves transfer performance as well. The F2EG family of drives is currently being shipped to major OEM businesses.

Samsung SpinPoint EcoGreen HD502HI Hard Drive - 500GB - 5400rpm - Serial ATA/300 - Serial ATA - Internal

Price $53.99

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  1. Mikaeel // Fri Aug 27, 01:28:00 AM CDT  

    Useful post regards Eco-Green Hard Disk Drive. "Eco-Green" version a slightly lower raw transfer rate due to less data passes under the heads per second but it is also means the drive consumes a bit less power, thus justifying the "Eco-Green" name. Thanks for sharing such useful information.

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