Breakthroughs featured on Fujitsu’s Mobile Series disk drives. From significant advancements in head and media technology to lower power consumption capabilities and unequaled ruggedness and reliability, there’s simply no match for the Mobile 10/10L disk drive.
Impressive Capacity and Performance in a Mobile Drive Today’s demanding mobile users expect disk drives to be extremely compact while offering incredible performance and capacity. Fujitsu’s Mobile 10/10L disk drives deliver both without sacrificing efficiency or reliability.
High areal densities of 5.12 GB/in, combined with Fujitsu’s second-generation of GMR heads and PRML read channel technologies, enables these large-capacity drives to deliver outstanding performance. In fact, the sensitivity of Fujitsu’s GMR heads is nearly 20 times greater than conventional MR heads, permitting much higher data density.
With capacities of 3.2GB, 4.8GB, 6.4GB or 10GB, these Mobile series drives are big enough to hold large multimedia presentations, fast enough to run them, and small enough to fit in today’s compact mobile computers and notebooks.
Intelligent Power Management‚ Maximizes Battery Life Fujitsu’s Mobile 10/10L disk drives feature Fujitsu’s intelligent power management technology maximizing notebook battery life by efficiently regulating the power usage. Prevents and Resists Shock
The Mobile 10/10L drives are durable enough to withstand up to a 700G shock by offering a number of features designed to prevent shock and increase reliability. First, there’s the Mobile 10/10L’s revolutionary base casting. This stiffnessreinforced base delivers enhanced stability for greater vibration and shock resistance.
The Mobile series’ repeatable run-out compensation correctsmechanical "disk shift" by automatically performing diagnostics and any necessary adjustments each time the drive starts up. Finally, the Head Slap Limiter features spacers that limit the head’s z-axis movement, greatly reducing head shock.
^^ Low 9.5mm and 12.5mm height
^^ Fast ATA-4 interface and 4,200 RPM spindle speed
^^ High non-operating shock tolerance up to 700G delivers extreme ruggedness
^^ Giant Magneto-Resistive (GMR) head and Partial Response/Maximum Likelihood (PRML) read channel technologies
^^ Intelligent power management technology automatically regulates power usage to less than 1W when idle
^^ Disks/Heads: 1/2
^^ Bytes/sector: 512
^^ Cylinders (user): 8,647
^^ Recording density 281,800 BPI
^^ Max wet bulb: 29°C
^^ Tracks per cylinder: 2
^^ Track density: 18,200 TPI
^^ Track capacity (formatted): 92,160 to 158,720 bytes
^^ Voltage: 5 V± 5%
^^ Spin-up: 0.9 A typ.
^^ Operating: 2.15W typ.
^^ Idle: 0.95W typ.
^^ Standby: 0.35W typ.
^^ Sleep: 0.1W typ.
^^ Operating: 5°C to 55°C (41°F to 131°F)
^^ Non-operating: -40°C to 65°C (-40°F to 149°F)
^^ Gradient: 20°C (68°F)/h or less
^^ Operating: 8% to 90% RH (non-condensing)
^^ Non-operating: 5% to 95% RH (non-condensing)
^^ Operating: 1.0 G0-peak (5 to 400 Hz)
^^ Non-operating: 5.0 G0-peak (5 to 400 Hz)
^^ Operating: 125 G 2ms
^^ Non-operating: 700 G 1ms
^^ Operating: -300 to 3,000 m (-1,000 to 10,000 ft.)
^^ Non-operating: -300 to 12,000 m (-1,000 to 40,000 ft.)