Internal Computer Hard Disks Online
Some people buy it to replace the existing one on their computer, and some others buy it to add additional storage capacity to the existing architecture of their system. Whatever the reason, when it comes to buying an internal hard drive for your computer, you don’t have to worry about buying the wrong one, or paying more than what it’s worth, courtesy our range of products and their discounted pricing. Shop with us online, and we will ensure that you get your choice of product at the best price.
We have a range of HDD and SDD on our portal. Wondering what they are? They are two types of external hard drives. An SDD, also known as Solid State Drive, uses the flash drive for storing data, while an HDD (Hard Disk Drive) uses a spinning metal disk to store data. While SSDs may be faster than the HDDs as far as storing and retrieving data is concerned, the latter are comparatively cheaper, and that’s what creates an equal market for both types of internal hard drives. The bottom line is that if you are willing to pay more money to avoid using a high-energy consuming and noise-making hard drive on your computer, then you must not forget to have a look at the various capacities of SDDs that we have on our portal. These are designed and manufactured by some of the renowned and trusted names in the industry, such as Intel, Samsung, Toshiba, Dell, Sandisk, Western Digital (WD), and Seagate, to name a few.
Types of Internal Hard Drives
Apart from these two commonly bought types of drives, we also feature SATA, mSATA, and PATA drives on our portal. If speed is one of the basic criteria for you to select a hard drive, then you can filter your search based on the specified speed of accessing and retrieving data. Size is also an important factor while buying this key component for your computer. Most laptops support a 2.5-inch HDD with 2 TB capacity as the higher limit, whereas desktop PCs can accommodate HDDs that are up to 3.5-inches in size. You must also ensure that you check the rated RPM (revolutions per minute) of the drive that you are planning to buy. A higher RPM suggests faster data transfer. The best way to analyse the worthiness of the drive that you are willing to buy, w.r.t the price that you will be paying for it, is to divide the total storage capacity of the drive by the price. This will tell you the actual price that you will be paying for every gigabyte of space that you are buying. Browse through the range of products offered on our portal, shortlist the drive that will offer you the best value for money, and have it delivered to your doorstep with a few clicks of the mouse.
Size of Internal Hard Disks
Internal Hard Disks can be classified based on the sizes. The popular sizes are 256 GB, 500 Gb, 1 Tb, 2 Tb, 4 Tb