Internal Hard Drive

Internal Hard Drive

An internal hard drive is a data storage device that uses spinning magnetic platters to store information. The first hard disk, built in 1956, was 68 cubic feet in size and stored about 3.75MB of information. Modern versions have come a long way. A typical laptop drive is 2.5 inches across, and the biggest modern drives hold 10TB of data; 2.7 million times more than their earliest ancestor. Ewave360 carries a broad range of internal hard drives that are compatible with laptop computers, desktop computers, servers and surveillance systems, including brands such as Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba, Intel, and IBM. 

An Internal Hard Drive Combines Storage Capacity and Speed
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