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Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Toshiba Launches 7,278rpm 2.5-inch HDDs


Toshiba will expand its family of small form factor 2.5-inch HDDs with a new series that packs up to 500GB of data storage into a unit with a height of just 7mm. The new "MQ01ACF" series will start shipping from August 30.

The "MQ01ACF" series is Toshiba's first 7,278rpm, 2.5-inch product with a 7mm height. The series offers two models: the "MQ01ACF050" with a recording capacity of 500GB and the 320GB "MQ01ACF032". The disks achieve a maximum internal transfer rate of 1,850Mbit/s due to their improved linear recording density and their fast 7,278rpm rotational speed. Implementation of the 6Gbit/s SATA interface also boosts data transfer rates over those of current models.

The slim "MQ01ACF" series has been designed for laptops and ultra-thin notebooks.

Model MQ01ACF050 MQ01ACF032
Basic specifications
Interface Serial ATA 3.0 / ATA8
Interface speed 6 / 3 /1.5 Gbit/s
Formatted Capacity 500GB 320GB
Number of disks 1
Bytes per sector (HOST) 512 byte
Bytes per sector(DISK) 4,096 byte
Logical Blocks (LBA) 976,773,168 625,142,448
Environmental compliance RoHS compatible
Performance
Buffer size 16MiB
Rotation speed 7,278rpm
Average Latency time 4.13 ms
Average seek time 12ms
Track to track seek time 2ms
Max. seek time 22ms
Reliability
Load/Unload 600,000 times
Error rate non-recoverable 1/1014 bit read
Supply Voltage
Allowable Voltage 5V 5%
Power consumption
Start 5.5W (Max.)
Seek 2.1W (Typ.)
Read/Write 2.1W (Typ.)
Low power Idle 0.8W (Typ.)
Stand-bye 0.18W (Typ.)
Sleep 0.18W (Typ.)
Energy Consumption Efficiency /Category name 0.00160 / F 0.00250 / F
Dimension
Height 7.0mm
Width 69.85mm
Depth 100.0mm
Weight 92g (Max.)
Temperature
Operating 5 to 55C
Non-Operating -40 to 65C
Vibration/Shock
Vibration (op) 9.8m/s2 {1.0G}
Vibration (non-op) 49m/s2 {5.0G}
Shock (op) 3,430m/s2 {350G} (2ms half sine)
Shock (non-op) 8,820m/s2 {900G} (1ms half sine)
Acoustics
Idle (ave.) 23dB
Seek 24dB


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