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Seagate St2000Lm007 2Tb 128Mb Cache Sata 6.0Gb/S 2.5" Internal Notebook Hard Drive

SKU: ST2000LM007

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          • Seagate's highest-capacity thin 7mm laptop drives at 1TB and 2TB
          • Light in weight to support portable computers
          • Enables drop-in 2TB capacity transition without the weight of traditional laptop drives
          • Standard SATA 6Gb/s interface for easy integration into existing mobile/laptop designs
          • Stores up to 200,000 photos, 250,000 songs or 124 hours of high definition video
          Model
          Brand Seagate
          Model ST2000LM007
          Performance
          Interface  SATA 6.0Gb/s
          Capacity 2TB
          Cache  128MB
          Average Seek Time  13ms
          Features
          Features Thin size. Huge storage. Amazing value.

          - Seagate's highest-capacity thin 7mm laptop drives at 1TB and 2TB
          - Best cost per TB and cost per millimeter for thin mobile/laptop customers
          - Light in weight to support portable computers
          - Enables drop-in 2TB capacity transition without the weight of traditional laptop drives
          - Stores up to 200,000 photos, 250,000 songs or 124 hours of high-definition video
          - Standard SATA 6Gb/s interface for easy integration into existing mobile/laptop designs
          - Easy deployment for laptop upgrades while enabling the small 7mm form factor system design

          Best-Fit Applications
          - Traditional laptops
          - Convertible and detachable storage
          - Slim consumer electronics devices
          Dimensions
          Form Factor  2.5"
          Height (maximum) 7mm
          Width (maximum) 69.85mm
          Length (maximum) 100.35mm

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