Reviews and Problems with Hitachi Travelstar 7K320
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Cool, fast and silent!
Zulfiqar Ali Naushad, Amazon
27 February 2009
Summary: Used this in a Fujitsu-Siemens computer and cloned the existing 120GB 5400 RPM Hard disk with this one. Difference was not mind blowing but quite noticeable. Overall a very good drive and worth the money.
Summary: I bought this hard drive when the existing one in my laptop started having bad sectors. It took 4-5 days to arrive and from the day I installed it is great. It is quiet in operation. Heating up was my biggest worry since it is a 7200 rpm drive. It does not heat up even after two three hours of work. It just works great.
Summary: This lotion was prices so much lower than other seller's bottles of this lotion that I was afraid it was a knockoff. I am glad to admit I was wrong. It was very quickly and professionally shipped and the seller even included a few little bonuses! I am one happy Amazon customer. Thanks!
Summary: Whether it's very cold outside or very warm, skin has a tendency to be dry, much in need of extra moisturizing. Red flower Indian Jasmine Body Lotion, while modestly priced, is a luxurious softening and hydrating agent. The fragrance it leaves on your skin is delightful, a subtle floral with notes of jasmine sambac, neroli, ylang-ylang, tangerine and indian jasmine. When used at night, it almost ensures sweet dreams.
Summary: Just replaced the drive in my Fujitsu Lifebook S7110 notebook with this drive and it's been working great! No sound at all. May get a little warm on top (near arm rest which is just above the drive), but I have not seen this to cause any issues. Partitioned it into two drives and used the Fujitsu CD to reload Vista in C-drive and everything is fine!
Summary: On 9 April 2009, I replaced the 120GB 5400RPM Fujitsu drive in my MacBook Pro (2.16GHz Core 2 Duo, 15.4") with this 320GB 7200RPM Hitachi drive. It is now June 9, 2010 and this drive hasn't given me a single problem. It certainly raised the average temperature of my MBP significantly (perhaps 20 degrees) but I expected extra heat from the increased rotational speed (5400RPM to 7200RPM). Due to the heat thing, use this at your own risk.