Western Digital 500 GiB AAKS Drive in Warranty till 28/1/2013


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vriship

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1) Product Name, Manufacturers code : WD5000AAKS

2) Selling Price : 1800/- Shipped

3) Time of Purchase : around 2 yrs back..

4) Warranty valid/Remaining Warranty period : Yes/Warranty till 28/1/2013

5) Reason for Sale : Shifted to all 1TB +

6) Purchase Invoice Available : No

7) Product Location : Mumbai-Thane

8) Preferred Courier : DTDC Air.

9) Shipping Charges : Free

10) Payment Options : Cash/Bank transfer to ICICI/Axis.

Note:- The buyer might have to bear with a delay of a day or two as i have my exams going on..



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all the hdd manufacturers provide warranty without invoice, just serial no is sufficient....

already sold to a member for 1600/-

mods pls close the thread...
 

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Western Digital 500 GiB AAKS Drive in Warranty till 28/1/201 - I thought the GiB was a measure of bandwidth and not capacity.
 

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orangewrath said:
Western Digital 500 GiB AAKS Drive in Warranty till 28/1/201 - I thought the GiB was a measure of bandwidth and not capacity.
b, kb, gb (or b, Mib, Gib) i.e. if mentioned in terms of b then it is generally related to bandwidth.

has got nothing to do with Mi instead of M and Gi instead of G. it's about b (bits) and B (bytes)
 

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orangewrath said:
Western Digital 500 GiB AAKS Drive in Warranty till 28/1/201 - I thought the GiB was a measure of bandwidth and not capacity.
It has nothing to do with bandwidth or capacity inherently. It is merely a way of saying 2^9 bytes. The drive is actually 500 GB not 500 GiB where GB means 1 000 000 bytes.
 
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