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Fujitsu MPG3307AT 30 Gb
Fujitsu has four main ranges of hard drives aimed at the desktop market.They only managed to get one drive to us for the group test, a 30Gb version of its brand new MPG series.
Reviewed in PC Answers 86, November 2000Rating 82%
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IBM Deskstar DTLA-307060 61.4Gb
IBM needs little introduction. It is still one of the giants of the PC world. For this test it sent us one of the latest high performance 75GXP.
Reviewed in PC Answers 86, November 2000Rating 85%
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IBM Deskstar DTLA-305040 41.1Gb
IBM has been very active in hard drive research and regularly sets records for the fastest, smallest and highest capacity drives. For this test it sent us a mid-range 40GV.
Reviewed in PC Answers 86, November 2000Rating 88%
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Quantum Fireball Lct15 30Gb
Quantum claims to be the largest supplier of hard drives for PCs in terms of sheer number of drives sold. For this review we received a 30Gb lct15. The lct stands for 'low cost technology'.
Reviewed in PC Answers 86, November 2000Rating 60%
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Quantum Fireball Plus LM 15Gb
The Fireball brand name has been used by Quantum for a few years now. For this review we received a 15.0Gb Plus LM.
Reviewed in PC Answers 86, November 2000Rating 68%
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Samsung SpinPoint SV2042D 20.4Gb
Samsung is one of the world's largest corporations with fingers in a lot of pies. There are four ranges, all with the SpinPoint name. The newest is the SV204000 series. All its drives are 5,400 rpm devices. The V in the name stands for value.
Reviewed in PC Answers 86, November 2000Rating 73%
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Seagate Barracuda ST330630A 30.6Gb
Seagate sells drives under a number of brand names, reserving Barracuda for the higher performance drives.
Reviewed in PC Answers 86, November 2000Rating 85%
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Seagate U10 ST315323A 15.3Gb
Seagate's newer U-series name is reserved for entry-level drives. We received a U10, one of the higher specification 5,400 rpm drives.
Reviewed in PC Answers 86, November 2000Rating 63%
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Western Digital Caviar 205BA 20.5Gb
Western Digital has been making drives since 1988 and uses the Caviar brand name for all desktop PC hard drives. The 7,200 rpm BA range is part of the performance sector.
Reviewed in PC Answers 86, November 2000Rating 90%
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Western Digital Caviar 205AA20.5Gb
Western Digital's 5,400 rpm AA Caviar range caters for the value setor
Reviewed in PC Answers 86, November 2000Rating 95%
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