Discover the Brand New 1TB Travelstar Hard Disk Drive by HGST

Few days ago HGST broke the news of their latest most impressive Hard Disk Drive. The official announcement of a new 1TB Travelstar drive wasn’t much of a surprise as it has already been long awaited.

 HGST 7mm thick 1TB travelstar HDD

“The 7.0 mm 2.5-inch mobile market continues to be a strategic space for HGST as evidenced by our record 100M shipments,” said Brendan Collins, vice president of product marketing, HGST. “With the addition of our new 1TB Travelstar Z5K1000, HGST continues to offer the market’s broadest 5,400 and 7,200 RPM 7.0 mm 2.5-inch hard drive portfolio to meet the needs of a diverse mobile computing and storage segment.”

The 1TB variant, Travelstar Z5K1000 is believed to offer a spin rate of 5400rpm, 32MB cache and will use the standard SATA 6Gbps interface. The drive weighs just 95g. With the 1TB Travelstar drive, OEMs will have greater flexibility and freedom in designing their products.

Don’t Know about HGST?

HGST (formerly known as Hitachi Global Storage Technologies or Hitachi GST) is a Western Digital company (NASDAQ:WDC) that develops advanced hard disk drives, enterprise-class solid state drives, innovative external storage solutions and services used to store, preserve and manage the world’s most valued data. Founded by the pioneers of hard drives, HGST provides high-value storage for a broad range of market segments, including Enterprise, Desktop, Mobile Computing, Consumer Electronics and Personal Storage. HGST was established in 2003 and maintains its U.S. headquarters in San Jose, California. For more information see their official website here

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Please suggest me also a best quality hard-Disk for my Destop computer

    • I have always gone with Western Digital for all my hard disk drive needs, your mentioning desktop means that what you are actually looking at is an internal hdd right?

      In that case you can easily go with any of Samsung, Kingston or Western digital products.

      Toshiba drives aren’t bad too, so it all boils down to the brand that offers better support in your location

      • [Thanks Obasi Miracle! I need internal hdd. Today I check of suggested brand’s hard-dick. One of my friend also support me to buy Samsung…]

        • That’s awesome buddy, I will also agree on the basics of Samsung having many support outlets in different countries at large

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