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The best internal hard disks to buy. Seagate BarraCuda: The best value high-capacity hard disk. Western Digital Black: The best high-performance HDD for intensive use.
Quick View Kingston 240GB SSD Internal Drive
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Kingston 240GB SSD Internal Drive

  • 10x faster than a hard drive1
  • Multiple capacities — A400 is available in capacities of up to 1.92TB2 to
  • up to 500MB/s Read and 350MB/s Write
  • Ideal for desktops and notebooks
Rs. 6,200
Quick View Seagate Desktop 1 TB SATA
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Seagate Desktop 1 TB SATA

    Rs. 6,800
    Quick View WD 240 GB SSD Green
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    WD 240 GB SSD Green

    • Compatible with most desktop and laptop PCs
    • WD Green SSDs are available in 2.5” 7mm and M.2 2280
    • models for simple, worry-free upgrading
    • Transfer speeds up to 540MB/s
    Rs. 6,800
    Quick View Seagate Desktop 2TB SATA
    8% Off
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    Seagate Desktop 2TB SATA

      Rs. 9,300Rs. 10,150
      Quick View Kingston 480GB SSD Internal Drive
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      Kingston 480GB SSD Internal Drive

      • 10x faster than a hard drive1
      • Multiple capacities — A400 is available in capacities of up to 1.92TB2 to
      • up to 500MB/s Read and 350MB/s Write
      • Ideal for desktops and notebooks
      Rs. 9,800
      Quick View WD Blue 500GB Internal SSD
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      WD Blue 500GB Internal SSD

      • Sequential read speeds of up to 545 MB/s
      • Available in 2.5"/7mm and M.2 2280 models to accommodate most PCs.
      Rs. 10,500Rs. 14,300
      Quick View Kingston 960GB SSD Internal Drive
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      Kingston 960GB SSD Internal Drive

      • Form factor 2.5" & M.2 2280
      • Data Transfer (ATTO) — up to 500MB/s Read and 450MB/s Write
      • Interface SATA Rev. 3.0 (6Gb/s) – with backwards compatibility to SATA Rev.
      • Ideal for desktops and notebooks
      Rs. 18,000

      If you're looking to supersize your storage, then upgrade your PC or NAS drive with our pick of the best high-capacity HDDs

      The ever-decreasing price of SSDs means that traditional hard disks are less universal than they once were. However, as media libraries grow larger, and 4K video becomes commonplace, there’s still very much a role for affordable, high-capacity storage.

      The question is, which hard drive should you buy?
      Does performance matter, or should you just go for the cheapest model?
      Here’s our verdict on the five major hard disk models from the two industry giants (namely Western Digital and Seagate).

      How to buy the best hard disk

      Should buy an HDD or an SSD?

      Nowadays, if you’re buying a hard disk it’s most likely as secondary storage for a desktop system. Under all circumstances we’d recommend using an SSD as your system drive: the performance difference is simply too good to miss out on.