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Seagate Laptop Ultrathin 500GB ST500LT032 5mm-thick HDD Drive Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Specs and Closer Look
  3. Test Bench and Testing Methodology
  4. AS SSD Benchmark
  5. ATTO Benchmark
  6. AIDA64 Disk Access Benchmark
  7. Anvil Benchmark
  8. Boot Load Test
  9. CrystalDisk Mark Benchmark
  10. HDTune Pro Benchmark
  11. Futuremark Benchmarks
  12. Conclusion


5mm is insanely thin! Even for a mechanical drive. Seagate sent their Laptop Thin drive with 500GB of storage space to boot. It wouldn’t be surprising that other HDD makers would be doing this to enable their fellow OEM companies to make devices to benefit from such a thin drive. We’ll be checking out how the performance is of such drive. Seagate_Laptop_Ultrathin_500GB_HDD_0019

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