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Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Toshiba To Launch 3TB 3.5-inch HDDs


Toshiba will launch a family of 3.5-inch HDDs, produced with manufacturing equipment acquired in a recent transaction with Western Digital.

The Japanese company will released four series of models and a total of 12 variants: four models offering 3TB capacities, complemented by models offering 2TB and 1.5TB of storage. Volume shipments of the drives, produced with manufacturing equipment acquired in a recent transaction with Western Digital, will start at the end of this month. The new HDD models are added to Toshiba's current line of 250GB to 1TB consumer-use HDDs.

The DT01ACA300, DT01ACA200 and DT01ACA150 models offer a rotational speed of 7,200 rpm, appropriate for high performance desktop PCs. The DT01ACA300V, DT01ACA200V and DT01ACA150V are equipped with a streaming function to handle data transfer within a specified time, and are optimized for applications such as digital video recorders that must record and playback video data without any delay. Toshiba has also responded to energy-conscious users with low power consumption models offering rotational speeds of 5,700 rpm and 5,940 rpm; compared to the 7,200rpm variants, these models reduce power consumption by 19 to 25%.

Key Features
- 3TB capacity
- 6Gb/s high speed SATA I/F
-Low acoustics seek technology
- Reduced power consumption in idle mode (Option)
In the DT01ACA300, 5.2W power consumption in normal rotation is reduced to approximately 2.4W. (aproximately 54% reduction)

Specifications

DT01ABA
300 
DT01ABA
200 
DT01ABA
150 
DT01ABA
300V 
DT01ABA
200V 
DT01ABA
150V
Capacity  3TB  2TB  1.5TB  3TB  2TB  1.5TB
Interface  Serial ATA 3.0 / ATA8
Interface speed  6 Gbit/s
Rotational speed  5940 rpm  5700 rpm  5700 rpm  5940 rpm  5700 rpm  5700 rpm 
Buffer memory  32 MiB
External dimensions  (W)101.6 mm×(D)147 mm×(H)26.1 mm
Weight  680g(max.)
Power consumption  Read/Write  5.4W  4.7W  4.7W  5.4W  4.7W  4.7W 
Idle  4.2W  3.3W  3.3W  4.2W  3.3W  3.3W 
Energy consumption fficiency  0.0014  0.0017  0.0022  0.0014  0.0017  0.0022
Category name  B

 

Acoustics 

Idle  24dB  22dB  22dB  24dB  22dB  22dB 
Seek  25dB  24dB  24dB 

 

Vibration resistance 

Operating
(Random) 
6.57 m/s2
{0.67 G}(5-500Hz)
Non-operating
(Random) 
10.2 m/s2
{1.04 G}(2-200Hz)

 

Shock resistance 

Operating  686 m/s2
{70 G}(2ms half sine)
Non-operating  2,940 m/s2
{300 G}
(2ms half sine) 
3,430 m/s2
{350 G}
(2ms half sine) 
3,430 m/s2
{350 G}
(2ms half sine) 
2,940 m/s2
{300 G}
(2ms half sine) 
3,430 m/s2
{350 G}
(2ms half sine) 
3,430 m/s2
{350 G}
(2ms half sine)


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