Summary: It is the company that sells these, Dulcet, that impressed me most. They helped me get the right one when I ordered wrong. Great company to do business with. The drive is fine. Toshiba makes a good one. Still going strong. No Problems. Just make sure whether you need the ribbon drive or pin drive.
Summary: My HD went bad on my iPod photo, and I replaced it with this unit. It is the same exact HD that is supplied with iPods. Works well, and is MUCH cheaper than Apple's replacement service. I've replaced a generation 2 iPod HD as well with the 4006, which actually made it run better. The generation 2 iPods used 4004 models so these save power and seem to access faster.
Summary: My current harddrive luckily didn't die completely, but all of a sudden slowed down to a crawl (20 minute boot up and you could hear it clicking). Lasted a solid 5 years. It took some searching to find a replacement (that didn't cost a fortune), and I found this one (with help from the other review saying it worked for the Dell Latitude X1). Purchased it from the Amazon seller Santechusa, and it arrive in 1.5 days :) New harddrive is humming along nicely. ps.
Summary: Purchased to upgrade my existing 30GB 1.8" IDE drive in my fujitsu lifebook. Works and now I have double the hard drive space for around 60 bucks. More expensive than the 2.5" drives but is to be expected.
Summary: First the battery died on my six-year-old 4G iPod 40GB, then the hard drive suffered the clicks-of-death. The battery was cheap, but this 60GB drive was a bit pricey. Both were very easy to install, though, and now the iPod can hold my entire CD library. If I get another six years out of it, I'll be thrilled.
Summary: After hours on the phone and chat with Dell, more emails to suppliers and the purchase of two other drives that did not fit the Dell Latitude X-1 even though Dell swore they would, this one did the trick. The X-1 originally came with a 30 GB drive. After formatting and installing Windows, I'm set. It is functioning properly.
60GB IDE Toshiba 4200RPM 2MB 8.0mm 1.8" MK6006GAH from VEMA Electronics
17 April 2011
Summary: I ordered what was advertised as a "new" Toshiba MK6006GAH hard drive from VEMA Electronics. Ordering was easy, shipping was fast. I wanted this drive to breath new life into my old Sony Vaio TR3A laptop. Please note that this is a 1.8" hard drive like the kind that came in earlier ipods. Also note that the drive has a small Apple logo on the label, indicating that it is an OEM Apple ipod drive. I installed the hard drive and promptly installed Gentoo Linux.