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WD DEBUTS WORLD’S FIRST SSD+HDD DUAL DRIVE

WD, a Western Digital  company and storage industry leader, announced the release of the WD Black2™ dual drive, a  unique storage innovation that fuses a 2.5-inch 120 GB solid state drive (SSD) with a 1 TB hard disk drive (HDD) to offer a powerful dual drive solution. Perfect for consumers  and service providers looking to upgrade notebooks, small form factor desktops, and  single-slot and all-in-one (AIO) systems with both SSD level performance and HDD capacity, the WD Black2 conventional 9.5 mm slot.

 “Our customers told us they like our Solid State Hybrid Drive technology, but our  tech savvy users asked for more control of where they store their data,” said Matt  Rutledge, senior vice president of WD’s Storage Technology business unit. “The WD  Black2  dual drives empower our customers to enjoy SSD performance and access high capacity storage in a no-compromise package. The WD Black2 direct result of our interaction with our customer base through WD Labs initiatives. WD  devised its beta labs program to provide an exclusive testing arena for key customers  and technology influencers of existing and emerging WD storage products

2-in-1 Designed for enthusiasts, creative professionals, gamers and PC builders, the WD  Black2 dual drive provides improved overall drive capacity, performance, and reliability,

WD® DEBUTS WORLD’S FIRST SSD+HDD DUAL DRIVE

while offering the flexibility to choose how and where their data is stored. Utilizing the benefits of both flash and magnetic disks, WD Black2 from the SSD to the HDD, which increases endurance and life of the SSD. Users  maintain greater data control, which can eliminate the need and expense of cloud- based storage. WD Black2 interface speed. It is neatly packaged in a standard 9.5 mm, 2.5-inch form factor with legacy SATA connector, making the WD Black2 operating systems ranging from Windows XP to Windows 8.1.

WD Black2  SATA 6 Gb/second  dual drives are covered by a five-year limited warranty. 

25-Nov-2013 17:06:04
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