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£44.99 Western Digital Scorpio Blue 320GB SATA 8MB Cache 2.5 inch Internal Hard Drive OEM

With available SATA or EIDE interfaces, WD Scorpio Blue drives offer high-performance, low power consumption, and cool operation, perfect for notebooks and other portable devices.

With available SATA or EIDE interfaces, WD Scorpio Blue drives offer high-performance, low power consumption, and cool operation, perfect for notebooks and other portable devices.

Pick the drive that suits your needs with the confidence in knowing that all WD Scorpio Blue drives are built to the highest standards of quality and reliability.

To make drive selection simple, we've gathered all our popular 5400 RPM WD Scorpio drives under one umbrella we call WD Scorpio Blue.

Built to Western Digital's awarding winning quality standards, these drives are available in a full range of performance features.

Up to 91,400 digital photos Up to 80,000 songs (MP3) Up to 8,000 songs (uncompressed CD quality) Up to 24 hours of Digital Video (DV) Up to 140 hours of DVD quality video Up to 38 hours of HD video

Features

Fast and efficient, with 5400 RPM spin speed, 12 ms access time and up to 3 Gb/s SATA interface speed

WD's WhisperDrive provides one of the quietest 2.5-inch hard drives, with significantly improved power consumption

WD's ShockGuard technology protects the drive mechanics and platter surfaces from shocks

WD's SecurePark parks the recording heads off the disk surface during spin up, spin down and when the drive is off

You can buy this Western Digital Scorpio Blue 320GB for £44.99. You can also find similar deals from our online price comparator.

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