said by not quite right:
Sounds like the same Mini. It baffles me that 5,400rpm drives are still made, let alone put in a modern computer.
I am sure on the laptop front they will still cite power consumption.
Anything like a mini or bigger though they have no excuse, anything not a tablet or laptop is running off AC power so there is no battery life worries.
for full sized 3.5" HDD I am kind of surprised no other company has pushed into the 10k RPM market. Seems only Western Digital with their gamer angled Raptor drives is above 7200 for non-SCSI/SAS--
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