It also supports an interesting feature that allows the drive to adjust a head's height, in order to improve reliability. If a HDD head comes into contact with the platters, you shortly thereafter have a damaged disk. The technology to adjust the head height is not new, but is supposedly improved in this model. The units are available in sizes up to 500GB, with a price tag of $119 for that particular model. That's a bit more expensive than their standard SATA disk line, which is expected as they certify these drives as being more reliable for use in “endurance” environments such as datacenters. You can read more in the product press release.
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