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Western Digital Velociraptor 150GB 16MB 10000RPM SATA2

CODE: HDD-WD-150GB-C2

Price : Cad$223.80

10 days
Fourth generation of Western Digital's extreme Raptor family, the Velociraptor is the fastest hard drive in existence. Like its namesake, its fast and vicious when it comes to both seeking and loading data, so if you are after some serious I/O performance or are a gamer who likes being the first one to load a multiplayer level, this drive is for you. Server-grade reliability, encompassing heatsink and RAFF technology further differentiate this drive from the rest, and SecuriPark technology takes the extra step to ensure the hard drive is not damaged in transit.
 

Western Digital Velociraptor 150GB 16MB 10000RPM SATA2

CODE: HDD-WD-150GB-C3

Price : Cad$223.80

10 days
Fourth generation of Western Digital's extreme Raptor family, the Velociraptor is the fastest hard drive in existence. Like its namesake, its fast and vicious when it comes to both seeking and loading data, so if you are after some serious I/O performance or are a gamer who likes being the first one to load a multiplayer level, this drive is for you. Server-grade reliability, encompassing heatsink and RAFF technology further differentiate this drive from the rest, and SecuriPark technology takes the extra step to ensure the hard drive is not damaged in transit.
 

Corsair Storage Solutions 64GB 2.5IN SATA2 Solid State Disk Flash Drive SSD

CODE: HDD-CS-64GB-C3

Price : Cad$224.99

10 days

Why an SSD?

Put simply, SSDs are flash-based drives that offer greater reliability and faster performance than traditional magnetic hard drives. SSDs (solid state drives) are data storage devices that utilize non-volatile (do not lose data when power is removed) flash memory for computing applications that traditionally rely upon a mechanical hard disk drive. Corsair SSDs are designed as industry-standard drop-in replacements (via a SATA connection) for hard drives.

Consisting of just NAND, a controller, connectors, and a PCB, the SSD has no moving parts, creating greater stability by eliminating the mechanical delays and failures associated with a conventional magnetic hard disk drive.

 

What are the advantages of an SSD?

Superior reliability
The continuous motion generated by multiple moving parts creates heat, which is a leading factor in hard drive failure. In fact, hard drives are one of the notebook components most likely to fail. Because an SSD does not have moving parts, heat dissipation and noise are reduced or eliminated, resulting in a very rugged and reliable offering compared to a mechanical hard drive.

SSDs also have extreme shock and vibration tolerance, and their operating temperature ranges meet or exceed that of standard hard drives.

Increased power efficiency
Ever have your notebook battery die during a presentation? With no moving parts, SSDs require less power, improving battery operating time in notebook PCs and portable electronic devices.

Instant-load performance
Without the moving mechanical parts that cause latency issues, SSDs are not impeded by spin-up, seek time, or rotational latency. This equates to faster boot times, faster application loading, and greater overall system responsiveness. Via SATA, the Corsair 2.5-inch SSD offers a host data transfer rate of up to 3Gb/s, backward-compatible to SATA 1.5Gb/s.

Quiet acoustics
With no spinning parts, SSDs provide for silent operation, similar to that of a standard USB flash drive rather than the constant, noisy humming of a mechanical hard drive.

Reduced heat dissipation
Hard drives dissipate high levels of failure-inducing heat due to the parts necessary to operate the hard drive (such as the spinning platter). In contrast, SSDs produce little-to-no measurable heat because they have no moving parts, thus helping keep notebooks operating cooler.

Lightweight
Enjoy increased mobility with a lighter-weight SSD, which weighs less than a traditional mechanical drive.

 

Corsair Storage Solutions 64GB 2.5IN SATA2 Solid State Disk Flash Drive SSD

CODE: HDD-CS-64GB-C2

Price : Cad$224.99

10 days

Why an SSD?

Put simply, SSDs are flash-based drives that offer greater reliability and faster performance than traditional magnetic hard drives. SSDs (solid state drives) are data storage devices that utilize non-volatile (do not lose data when power is removed) flash memory for computing applications that traditionally rely upon a mechanical hard disk drive. Corsair SSDs are designed as industry-standard drop-in replacements (via a SATA connection) for hard drives.

Consisting of just NAND, a controller, connectors, and a PCB, the SSD has no moving parts, creating greater stability by eliminating the mechanical delays and failures associated with a conventional magnetic hard disk drive.

 

What are the advantages of an SSD?

Superior reliability
The continuous motion generated by multiple moving parts creates heat, which is a leading factor in hard drive failure. In fact, hard drives are one of the notebook components most likely to fail. Because an SSD does not have moving parts, heat dissipation and noise are reduced or eliminated, resulting in a very rugged and reliable offering compared to a mechanical hard drive.

SSDs also have extreme shock and vibration tolerance, and their operating temperature ranges meet or exceed that of standard hard drives.

Increased power efficiency
Ever have your notebook battery die during a presentation? With no moving parts, SSDs require less power, improving battery operating time in notebook PCs and portable electronic devices.

Instant-load performance
Without the moving mechanical parts that cause latency issues, SSDs are not impeded by spin-up, seek time, or rotational latency. This equates to faster boot times, faster application loading, and greater overall system responsiveness. Via SATA, the Corsair 2.5-inch SSD offers a host data transfer rate of up to 3Gb/s, backward-compatible to SATA 1.5Gb/s.

Quiet acoustics
With no spinning parts, SSDs provide for silent operation, similar to that of a standard USB flash drive rather than the constant, noisy humming of a mechanical hard drive.

Reduced heat dissipation
Hard drives dissipate high levels of failure-inducing heat due to the parts necessary to operate the hard drive (such as the spinning platter). In contrast, SSDs produce little-to-no measurable heat because they have no moving parts, thus helping keep notebooks operating cooler.

Lightweight
Enjoy increased mobility with a lighter-weight SSD, which weighs less than a traditional mechanical drive.

 

Corsair Storage Solutions 64GB 2.5IN SATA2 Solid State Disk Flash Drive SSD

CODE: HDD-CS-64GB-C1

Price : Cad$224.99

10 days

Why an SSD?

Put simply, SSDs are flash-based drives that offer greater reliability and faster performance than traditional magnetic hard drives. SSDs (solid state drives) are data storage devices that utilize non-volatile (do not lose data when power is removed) flash memory for computing applications that traditionally rely upon a mechanical hard disk drive. Corsair SSDs are designed as industry-standard drop-in replacements (via a SATA connection) for hard drives.

Consisting of just NAND, a controller, connectors, and a PCB, the SSD has no moving parts, creating greater stability by eliminating the mechanical delays and failures associated with a conventional magnetic hard disk drive.

 

What are the advantages of an SSD?

Superior reliability
The continuous motion generated by multiple moving parts creates heat, which is a leading factor in hard drive failure. In fact, hard drives are one of the notebook components most likely to fail. Because an SSD does not have moving parts, heat dissipation and noise are reduced or eliminated, resulting in a very rugged and reliable offering compared to a mechanical hard drive.

SSDs also have extreme shock and vibration tolerance, and their operating temperature ranges meet or exceed that of standard hard drives.

Increased power efficiency
Ever have your notebook battery die during a presentation? With no moving parts, SSDs require less power, improving battery operating time in notebook PCs and portable electronic devices.

Instant-load performance
Without the moving mechanical parts that cause latency issues, SSDs are not impeded by spin-up, seek time, or rotational latency. This equates to faster boot times, faster application loading, and greater overall system responsiveness. Via SATA, the Corsair 2.5-inch SSD offers a host data transfer rate of up to 3Gb/s, backward-compatible to SATA 1.5Gb/s.

Quiet acoustics
With no spinning parts, SSDs provide for silent operation, similar to that of a standard USB flash drive rather than the constant, noisy humming of a mechanical hard drive.

Reduced heat dissipation
Hard drives dissipate high levels of failure-inducing heat due to the parts necessary to operate the hard drive (such as the spinning platter). In contrast, SSDs produce little-to-no measurable heat because they have no moving parts, thus helping keep notebooks operating cooler.

Lightweight
Enjoy increased mobility with a lighter-weight SSD, which weighs less than a traditional mechanical drive.

 

Corsair Storage Solutions 64GB 2.5IN SATA2 Solid State Disk Flash Drive SSD

CODE: HDD-CS-64GB

Price : Cad$224.99

10 days

Why an SSD?

Put simply, SSDs are flash-based drives that offer greater reliability and faster performance than traditional magnetic hard drives. SSDs (solid state drives) are data storage devices that utilize non-volatile (do not lose data when power is removed) flash memory for computing applications that traditionally rely upon a mechanical hard disk drive. Corsair SSDs are designed as industry-standard drop-in replacements (via a SATA connection) for hard drives.

Consisting of just NAND, a controller, connectors, and a PCB, the SSD has no moving parts, creating greater stability by eliminating the mechanical delays and failures associated with a conventional magnetic hard disk drive.

 

What are the advantages of an SSD?

Superior reliability
The continuous motion generated by multiple moving parts creates heat, which is a leading factor in hard drive failure. In fact, hard drives are one of the notebook components most likely to fail. Because an SSD does not have moving parts, heat dissipation and noise are reduced or eliminated, resulting in a very rugged and reliable offering compared to a mechanical hard drive.

SSDs also have extreme shock and vibration tolerance, and their operating temperature ranges meet or exceed that of standard hard drives.

Increased power efficiency
Ever have your notebook battery die during a presentation? With no moving parts, SSDs require less power, improving battery operating time in notebook PCs and portable electronic devices.

Instant-load performance
Without the moving mechanical parts that cause latency issues, SSDs are not impeded by spin-up, seek time, or rotational latency. This equates to faster boot times, faster application loading, and greater overall system responsiveness. Via SATA, the Corsair 2.5-inch SSD offers a host data transfer rate of up to 3Gb/s, backward-compatible to SATA 1.5Gb/s.

Quiet acoustics
With no spinning parts, SSDs provide for silent operation, similar to that of a standard USB flash drive rather than the constant, noisy humming of a mechanical hard drive.

Reduced heat dissipation
Hard drives dissipate high levels of failure-inducing heat due to the parts necessary to operate the hard drive (such as the spinning platter). In contrast, SSDs produce little-to-no measurable heat because they have no moving parts, thus helping keep notebooks operating cooler.

Lightweight
Enjoy increased mobility with a lighter-weight SSD, which weighs less than a traditional mechanical drive.

 

Western Digital Caviar Green 2000GB 32MB 7200RPM SATA2 Dual-processor

CODE: HDD-WD-2000GB

Price : Cad$239.99

10 days
Performance Specifications  
Transfer Rates
Buffer To Host (Serial ATA) 3 Gb/s (Max)

Physical Specifications  
Formatted Capacity 2,000,398 MB
Capacity 2 TB
Interface SATA 3 Gb/s
User Sectors Per Drive 3,907,029,168

Physical Dimensions  
English
Height 1.028 Inches
Length 5.787 Inches
Width 4.00 Inches
Weight 1.61 Pounds
Metric
Height 26.1 mm
Length 147 mm
Width 101.6 mm
Weight 0.73 kg

Environmental Specifications  
Shock
Operating Shock (Read) 65G, 2 ms
Non-operating Shock 300G, 2 ms
Acoustics
Idle Mode 25 dBA (average)
Seek Mode 0 29 dBA (average)
Seek Mode 3 26 dBA (average)
Vibration
Operating
Linear 20-300 Hz, .75G (0 to peak)
Random 10-300 Hz, 0.008 g² / Hz
Non-operating
Low Frequency 5-20 Hz, 0.195 inches (double amplitude)
High Frequency 20-500 Hz, 4.0G (0 to peak)

Electrical Specifications  
Current Requirements
Power Dissipation
Read/Write 7.4 Watts
Idle 4.0 Watts
Standby 0.97 Watts
Sleep 0.97 Watts

As used for storage capacity, one megabyte (MB) = one million bytes, one gigabyte (GB) = one billion bytes, and one terabyte (TB) = one trillion bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending on operating environment. As used for buffer or cache, one megabyte (MB) = 1,048,576 bytes. As used for transfer rate or interface, megabyte per second (MB/s) = one million bytes per second, megabit per second (Mb/s) = one million bits per second, and gigabit per second (Gb/s) = one billion bits per second.

 

Western Digital Caviar Black 2000GB 32MB 7200RPM SATA2 Dual-processor

CODE: HDD-WD-2000GB-C1

Price : Cad$239.99

10 days
Performance Specifications  
Transfer Rates
Buffer To Host (Serial ATA) 3 Gb/s (Max)

Physical Specifications  
Formatted Capacity 2,000,398 MB
Capacity 2 TB
Interface SATA 3 Gb/s
User Sectors Per Drive 3,907,029,168

Physical Dimensions  
English
Height 1.028 Inches
Length 5.787 Inches
Width 4.00 Inches
Weight 1.61 Pounds
Metric
Height 26.1 mm
Length 147 mm
Width 101.6 mm
Weight 0.73 kg

Environmental Specifications  
Shock
Operating Shock (Read) 65G, 2 ms
Non-operating Shock 300G, 2 ms
Acoustics
Idle Mode 25 dBA (average)
Seek Mode 0 29 dBA (average)
Seek Mode 3 26 dBA (average)
Vibration
Operating
Linear 20-300 Hz, .75G (0 to peak)
Random 10-300 Hz, 0.008 g² / Hz
Non-operating
Low Frequency 5-20 Hz, 0.195 inches (double amplitude)
High Frequency 20-500 Hz, 4.0G (0 to peak)

Electrical Specifications  
Current Requirements
Power Dissipation
Read/Write 7.4 Watts
Idle 4.0 Watts
Standby 0.97 Watts
Sleep 0.97 Watts

As used for storage capacity, one megabyte (MB) = one million bytes, one gigabyte (GB) = one billion bytes, and one terabyte (TB) = one trillion bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending on operating environment. As used for buffer or cache, one megabyte (MB) = 1,048,576 bytes. As used for transfer rate or interface, megabyte per second (MB/s) = one million bytes per second, megabit per second (Mb/s) = one million bits per second, and gigabit per second (Gb/s) = one billion bits per second.

 

Western Digital Caviar Black 2000GB 32MB 7200RPM SATA2 Dual-processor

CODE: HDD-WD-2000GB-C2

Price : Cad$239.99

10 days
Performance Specifications  
Transfer Rates
Buffer To Host (Serial ATA) 3 Gb/s (Max)

Physical Specifications  
Formatted Capacity 2,000,398 MB
Capacity 2 TB
Interface SATA 3 Gb/s
User Sectors Per Drive 3,907,029,168

Physical Dimensions  
English
Height 1.028 Inches
Length 5.787 Inches
Width 4.00 Inches
Weight 1.61 Pounds
Metric
Height 26.1 mm
Length 147 mm
Width 101.6 mm
Weight 0.73 kg

Environmental Specifications  
Shock
Operating Shock (Read) 65G, 2 ms
Non-operating Shock 300G, 2 ms
Acoustics
Idle Mode 25 dBA (average)
Seek Mode 0 29 dBA (average)
Seek Mode 3 26 dBA (average)
Vibration
Operating
Linear 20-300 Hz, .75G (0 to peak)
Random 10-300 Hz, 0.008 g² / Hz
Non-operating
Low Frequency 5-20 Hz, 0.195 inches (double amplitude)
High Frequency 20-500 Hz, 4.0G (0 to peak)

Electrical Specifications  
Current Requirements
Power Dissipation
Read/Write 7.4 Watts
Idle 4.0 Watts
Standby 0.97 Watts
Sleep 0.97 Watts

As used for storage capacity, one megabyte (MB) = one million bytes, one gigabyte (GB) = one billion bytes, and one terabyte (TB) = one trillion bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending on operating environment. As used for buffer or cache, one megabyte (MB) = 1,048,576 bytes. As used for transfer rate or interface, megabyte per second (MB/s) = one million bytes per second, megabit per second (Mb/s) = one million bits per second, and gigabit per second (Gb/s) = one billion bits per second.

 

Western Digital Caviar Black 2000GB 32MB 7200RPM SATA2 Dual-processor

CODE: HDD-WD-2000GB-C3

Price : Cad$239.99

10 days
Performance Specifications  
Transfer Rates
Buffer To Host (Serial ATA) 3 Gb/s (Max)

Physical Specifications  
Formatted Capacity 2,000,398 MB
Capacity 2 TB
Interface SATA 3 Gb/s
User Sectors Per Drive 3,907,029,168

Physical Dimensions  
English
Height 1.028 Inches
Length 5.787 Inches
Width 4.00 Inches
Weight 1.61 Pounds
Metric
Height 26.1 mm
Length 147 mm
Width 101.6 mm
Weight 0.73 kg

Environmental Specifications  
Shock
Operating Shock (Read) 65G, 2 ms
Non-operating Shock 300G, 2 ms
Acoustics
Idle Mode 25 dBA (average)
Seek Mode 0 29 dBA (average)
Seek Mode 3 26 dBA (average)
Vibration
Operating
Linear 20-300 Hz, .75G (0 to peak)
Random 10-300 Hz, 0.008 g² / Hz
Non-operating
Low Frequency 5-20 Hz, 0.195 inches (double amplitude)
High Frequency 20-500 Hz, 4.0G (0 to peak)

Electrical Specifications  
Current Requirements
Power Dissipation
Read/Write 7.4 Watts
Idle 4.0 Watts
Standby 0.97 Watts
Sleep 0.97 Watts

As used for storage capacity, one megabyte (MB) = one million bytes, one gigabyte (GB) = one billion bytes, and one terabyte (TB) = one trillion bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending on operating environment. As used for buffer or cache, one megabyte (MB) = 1,048,576 bytes. As used for transfer rate or interface, megabyte per second (MB/s) = one million bytes per second, megabit per second (Mb/s) = one million bits per second, and gigabit per second (Gb/s) = one billion bits per second.

 

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