Summary: Got this to replace an older WD which had started making strange noises. Downloaded the free Acronis from WD, which worked perfectly. Apart from finding the right driver for the new drive laptop booted up first time. Only problem is that the old drive seems to have recovered from its problems and actually ran quieter than the new one, but it was slower.
Summary: Not normally one to review but since it is rarer to find positive feedback than negative, I feel it only fair to chip in and say that this works absolutely fine fine in my PS3. Upped from tiny little 40GB drive to this 320GB drive and now don't have to worry every time I install, save or download something. Chuffed!
Summary: Having used WD products before, I was drawn to their choice of drives to upgrade a 'suspect' Seagate HDD in a Dell Inspiron laptop. This drive works excellently, although be aware it may not be plug 'n' play with your PC as you may need to arm yourself with the host machines Sata AHCI drivers first (option to install these at beginning of Vista installation).
Summary: I bought this to replace the original 120GB 5400rpm drive that came with my Mac Mini.(Early 2009 model) Ordered from seller "Aone70" on the Monday, delivered on the Tuesday. You can't get quicker than that! This disk really does give 'desktop' 7200rpm performance in a 2.5 size disk and my Mac feels much 'snappier' since installing it. I'm mostly very happy with it, but it does add a tiny little bit of noise (mechanical hum) to my previously silent Mac Mini.
Summary: Please be aware this model does NOT contain freefall sensor technology contrary to the spec listing. I nearly fell for this myself and am warning others looking for freefall drives likely to be misled by this listing. This drive is model:WD3200BEKT For drive WITH Freefall Sensor you want model WD3200BJKT DON'T BUY THIS IF YOU WANT A FREEFALL DRIVE!!