Western Digital AV-25 500GB 5400RPM SATA II 3Gb/s 16MB Cache 2.5" 7mm Laptop Hard Drive - WD5000LUCT
|Warranty||2 Year Manufacturer Warranty|
|Spindle Speed||5400 RPM|
|Cache Buffer||16 MB Cache|
|Interface||SATA (7-Pin Signal and 15-Pin Power Connectors)|
|Data Transfer Rate||SATA II 3Gb/sec (Host to/from Drive Sustained 147 MB/sec)|
|Advanced Format||Yes (logical 512 / physical 4096)|
|Form Factor||2.5 Inch|
|Dimensions||69.85mm x 100.2mm x 7.0mm|
- • Capacities up to 1TB
- • 5'400 RPM Rotational Speed
- • Eco-Conscious Design
- • Read Multiple and Write Multiple Command Support
- • Whisper Quiet with Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) Motors
- • Preemptive Wear Leveling (PWL) Technology
- • 24x7 Reliability
- • Native Command Queuing (NCQ) Technology
- • Ultra-Cool Operation
- • SilkStream Technology
- • Low Power Consumption
WD AV Digital Video Drives
WD AV 2.5-inch (formerly WD AV-25) hard drives are optimized with SilkStream technology to capture data from up to 12 simultaneous HD video streams. With 24x7 operation, low temperature, and best-in-class reliability, WD AV 2.5-inch hard drives are ideal for DVR/PVR, IPTV and digital video surveillance applications requiring smaller form factor hard drives. 3-year limited warranty.
24x7 reliability: These drives are designed to last in high temperature always-on streaming digital audio/video environments such as PVR, DVR and IPTV systems.
Advanced Format technology: Leading edge technology delivers improved video quality and AV performance through enhanced error correction capability.
SilkStream: Optimized for smooth, continuous digital video playback of up to 12 simultaneous HD streams. SilkStream is compatible with the ATA streaming command set so CE customers can use standard streaming management and error recovery options.
Ultra-cool operation: A cool drive is a more reliable drive. WD continues to develop new and innovative ways to keep drives cool while they are operating.
Low power consumption: The drive draws less than 2 Watts while operating and a mere 4.75 Watts during spin up.
Preemptive Wear Leveling (PWL): The drive arm frequently sweeps across the disk to reduce uneven wear on the drive surface common to audio video streaming applications.
Quiet: Noise levels have been minimized to less than one sone - virtually below the threshold of human hearing.
• Set-top boxes (PVR, DVR and IPTV), and digital video surveillance.