"Solid State Drives (SSDs) continue to dominate the headlines and press releases, but for many users any leap to solid state is nothing more than a leap back. With most notebooks coming standard with 80 to 250GB drives, it is difficult for many to consider a 32 or 64GB SSD that costs anywhere from 100 to 800 USD. For most users capacity is still king and this is one area where solid state just doesn’t hold data.
Western Digital has taken their Scorpio line in two directions, Scorpio Blue, a 5400 RPM drive and Scorpio Black, a desktop replacement 7200 RPM drive. The Scorpio Black has a feature set that rivals many of today’s desktop drives and has the capacity to go with it."