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Toshiba MK2039GSL

The Toshiba MK2039GSL is a solid state drive that features a serial ATA, Revision 2.6 / ATA-8 drive interface with one platter (disk) and two Data Heads. With a capacity of 200GB, it is a RoHS compliant device that supports 1.5 Gb/sec transfer rates, and has a 3 ms track-to-track seek time, a 15 ms Average Seek Time, 4200 RPM Rotational Speed, 7.14 ms Average Latency, and 16MB Buffer Size. The Toshiba MK2039GSL measures 2.13” x 2.80“ x 0.20” and weighs 1.69 oz.

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Toshiba MK2039GSL

The Toshiba MK2039GSL is a solid state drive that features a serial ATA, Revision 2.6 / ATA-8 drive interface with one platter (disk) and two Data Heads. With a capacity of 200GB, it is a RoHS compliant device that supports 1.5 Gb/sec transfer rates, and has a 3 ms track-to-track seek time, a 15 ms Average Seek Time, 4200 RPM Rotational Speed, 7.14 ms Average Latency, and 16MB Buffer Size. The Toshiba MK2039GSL measures 2.13” x 2.80“ x 0.20” and weighs 1.69 oz.

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The Toshiba MK2039GSL is a 1.8-inch drive with low-insertion force (LIF) Serial ATA (SATA) connectors and supports LIF SATA connectors which enable a 10 percent smaller footprint compared to standard 1.8-inch drives using microSATA connectors. The single-platter hard disk drive is developed for use in multiple devices, such as tablets, consumer electronics devices and external storage solutions, and is designed for demanding mobile computing applications. It also features a 16MB buffer and is built for mobility and can tolerate up to 1,500Gs of non-operational shock and 600Gs of operational shock. The drive also operates at 14 decibels at idle and 15 decibels at seek, and supports low power consumption at low idle (0.35 watts).

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