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WD Scorpio Blue 1TB 2.5″ WD10JPVT Drive Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specifications
  3. Closer Look
  4. Benchmarks
  5. Conclusion

Western Digital– where have you been dude??? (I am running out of opening lines here).

WD Scorpio Blue 1TB 2.5″ WD10JPVT – a 2.5″ form factor with a 9.5mm thickness Scorpio Blue drive. They sent a drive for evaluation and this looks to be interesting. She’s small (in form-factor and size) but she’s bigger on the inside. Time to see where this drive stands in performance.

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    1. No :(. I know guys who handle Samsung but they don't get storage drives for evaluation. I've asked them once some time back. I think Corsair has notebook memory kits specifically for mac. You might want to check that out if you haven't made up your mind about it. As far as the drive goes, let me know your budget.

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