Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500GB price in Malaysia & Specs for November, 2018

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RM 181.00
RM 149.00

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Cheapest Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500GB Price in Malaysia is RM 149.00

The Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500GB is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500GB price in Malaysia is RM 149.00 from Lazada. Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500GB price details are updated November 2018.

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Price List by Country for Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500GB

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 625.000 RM 179.00
Malaysia MYR 149.00 RM 149.00
Philippines PHP 3,556.00 RM 284.00
Vietnam VND 1.010.000 RM 182.00

Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500GB Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelScorpio Blue 500GB
DateSep 2008
Hard drive
Device typeHDD
Hard drive capacity500 GB
Hard drive interfaceSerial ATA
Hard drive speed5400 RPM
Hard drive size2.5"
Drive device, buffer size8 MB
Read seek12 ms
Average latency5.50 ms
Track to track seek time (read/write)2 ms
Start/stop cycles600000
Drive ready time4 s
Bytes per sector512

Reviews of Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500GB

Reviewed on 2011-03-07
Its been an interesting month so far now that I am spending a lot of time with notebook storage devices. Some made a good impression as an OEM drive, and couple of them was something you will consider as an aftermarket upgrade.5400RPM Drives- do they stil...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-16
The Scorpio Blue series progressed to 640 gigabytes as soon as 320GB platters had become available. Western Digital did not want to lose the race..
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Reviewed on 2010-06-16
These three hard drives, namely 500 GB Western Digital Scorpio Blue and Seagate Momentus 5400.6, as well as 640 GB Samsung SpinPoint M7E receive our Recommended Buy title
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Reviewed on 2009-05-14
Western Digital differentiates its 5400rpm drives with the name Scorpio Blue, while Scorpio Black refers to the higher performance 7200rpm models.We tried a WD50000BEVT Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500GB unit, a 500GB 2.5in notebook drive. This is wel...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-25
With the notebook market growing faster than the desktop market, many consumers are finding that they don't have enough available storage space as they have filled up the drive rather quickly. If you fall into that category and are looking for a mas...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-13
Discriminating mobile enthusiasts seeking a high-capacity hard drive upgrade for their notebooks would be well served by the WD Scorpio Blue. And it won’t break the bank..
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Reviewed on 2009-01-13
Never run out of space on your notebook again!
SSDs and 7,200rpm drives outrun it.
Sometimes it’s OK not to take the medal stand in the race to get a product out first. Take the case of Western Digital’s new 5,400rpm Scorpio Blue 500GB notebook drive. It’s the fourth 500GB mobile drive to hit the market, after Hitachi’s Travelstar 5...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-06
While two other 500 GB mobile hard drives have been available for a while, WD is the first to release this capacity in a model using the standard ......
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Reviewed on 2008-05-07
Western Digital 320GB Scorpio Notebook Hard DriveMany of us have probably wondered why Western Digital never came out with a 7200 RPM notebook hard drive. Well, they didnt need to. Their Scorpio family of 2.5" hard drives may run at "only" 5400 RPM bu...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-06
Performance numbers for WDs latest mobile drive, the 320 GB Scorpio WD3200BEVT, have been placed in the Performance Database.
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Reviewed on 2008-01-02
320GB is presently the highest capacity for 2.5" hard drive, Strong performance, Very cool, Very quiet
A 7200RPM model would be interesting, Three year warranty is OK, but five years would obviously be better
Western Digitals newest 2.5" drive made a splash when it was announced because it marked a new high in this form factors capacity. While all of that disk space in such a small package is great, it was all of the other things revealed during the revie...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-17
Cost-effective, stays quiet and cool during operation, large storage capacity
Slightly slower read/write speed compared to competitors
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Reviewed on 2008-03-14
of SATA we have seen hard disk speeds increase, and Native Command Queuing has also reduced the time it takes for hard disks to recover data on a drive when it’s located at different points across the physical disk. Additionally, the adoption of per...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-06
The Western Digital 320GB Scorpio sells online for around AU$285, which is not quite as good value in the dollar per Gigabyte stakes as the 250GB version (AU$205) it’s certainly not far off (89c per GB vs. 82c per GB) so there’s very little of...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-06
High capacity, good overall performance, practically silent operation
Could take a while to fill up The Final Word As a replacement drive for a Serial ATA-based notebook, the Scorpio is ideal. It runs cool and silently, and its performance was surprisingly good in our tests.
When you pull the Scorpio from its packaging, its hard to believe that such a small component can hold up to 298GB of data. Its less than 1cm thick and its 2.5in form factor allows it to slot into any notebook that has a Serial ATA hard drive connect...
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