Here are all the models currently in the database for this manufacturer and drive width. Entries are sorted into sections based on platter density, and then manufacturer drive family.

Some tips:

Drives using odd sizes are sorted into whatever size category that's closest. For example, drives using 150GB platters are sorted into the 160GB/platter section, and drives using 200GB platters are sorted into the 250GB/platter section.
The total capacity of the drive is shown beside each drive model.
A platter-head ratio is shown next to the total capacity tag in brackets. For example, a drive with a (1/2) ratio has one disk and two read/write heads. Drives that leave some amount of their platters unused in order to fit into a certain capacity (such as a 320GB drive based on a 500GB platter and two heads, which would have ~180GB space unusable) are marked as [short-stroked] next to the platter-head ratio accordingly.
Any special features (increased rotational speed, interface types, unusual platter designs and stuff like that) are noted where necessary.


This section was last updated on 06/15/2016.


40GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 40GB of data apiece.)

SpinPoint M40 (5400RPM, 8MB cache, ATA/100 interface)

MP0201H 20GB (1/1)
MP0302H 30GB (1/2)
MP0402H 40GB (1/2)
MP0603H 60GB (2/3)
MP0804H 80GB (2/4)


SpinPoint M40S (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-150 interface)

HM020GI 20GB (1/1)
HM030HI 30GB (1/2)
HM040HI 40GB (1/2)
HM060II 60GB (2/3)
HM080JI 80GB (2/4)



60GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 60GB of data apiece.)

SpinPoint M60 (5400RPM, 8MB cache, ATA/100 interface)

HM020GC 20GB (1/1 [short-stroked])
HM030GC 30GB (1/1)
HM040HC 40GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
HM060HC 60GB (1/2)
HM080IC 80GB (2/3 [short-stroked])
HM100JC 100GB (2/4 [short-stroked])
HM120JC 120GB (2/4)


SpinPoint M60S (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-150 interface)

HM021GI 20GB (1/1 [short-stroked])
HM030GI 30GB (1/1)
HM041HI 40GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
HM042HI 40GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
HM060HI 60GB (1/2)
HM061HI 60GB (1/2)
HM080II 80GB (2/3 [short-stroked])
HM081II 80GB (2/3 [short-stroked])
HM100JI 100GB (2/4 [short-stroked])
HM101JI 100GB (2/4 [short-stroked])
HM120JI 120GB (2/4)
HM121JI 120GB (2/4)



80GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 80GB of data apiece.)

SpinPoint M80 (5400RPM, 8MB cache, ATA/100 interface)

HM040GC 40GB (1/1)
HM061HC 60GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
HM080HC 80GB (1/2)
HM100IC 100GB (2/3 [short-stroked])
HM120IC 120GB (2/3)
HM160JC 160GB (2/4)


SpinPoint M80S (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-150 interface)

HM040GI 40GB (1/1)
HM041GI 40GB (1/1)
HM062HI 60GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
HM080HI 80GB (1/2)
HM081HI 80GB (1/2)
HM100II 100GB (2/3 [short-stroked])
HM120II 120GB (2/3)
HM121II 120GB (2/3)
HM160JI 160GB (2/4)
HM161JI 160GB (2/4)


SpinPoint MH80S (5400RPM, 8MB cache, 256MB hybrid cache, SATA-150 interface)

HM08HHI 80GB (1/2)
HM12HII 120GB (2/3)
HM16HJI 160GB (2/4)


SpinPoint MP2 (7200RPM, 16MB cache, SATA-300 interface)

HM080HJ 80GB (1/2)
HM081HJ (Free Fall Sensor) 80GB (1/2)
HM160JJ 160GB (2/4)
HM161JJ (Free Fall Sensor) 160GB (2/4)



100-125GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 100-125GB of data apiece.)

SpinPoint M5 (5400RPM, 8MB cache, ATA/100 interface)

HM250JC 250GB (2/4)


SpinPoint M5S (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-150 interface)

HM201JI 200GB (2/4)
HM250JI 250GB (2/4)


SpinPoint MP2 (7200RPM, 16MB cache, SATA-300 interface)

HM100HJ 100GB (1/2)
HM101HJ (Free Fall Sensor) 100GB (1/2)
HM120HJ 120GB (1/2)
HM121HJ (Free Fall Sensor) 120GB (1/2)
HM200JJ 200GB (2/4)
HM201JJ (Free Fall Sensor) 200GB (2/4)
HM250JJ 250GB (2/4)
HM251JJ (Free Fall Sensor) 250GB (2/4)



160-166GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 160-166GB of data apiece.)

SpinPoint M5 (5400RPM, 8MB cache, ATA/100 interface)

HM061GC 60GB (1/1 [short-stroked])
HM080GC 80GB (1/1)
HM121HC 120GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
HM160HC/ST160LM005 160GB (1/2)
Samsung's storage division was taken over by Seagate. Since then, variations of some of these drives with Seagate model numbers (STxxxxLMxxx) have began to circulate. Aside from the new branding, I'm not sure if there's much physical difference.


SpinPoint M5S (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-150 interface)

HM061GI 60GB (1/1 [short-stroked])
HM080GI 80GB (1/1)
HM121HI 120GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
HM160HI 160GB (1/2)


SpinPoint M6 (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-300 interface)

HM251JI 250GB (2/4 [short-stroked])
HM320JI 320GB (2/4)


SpinPoint M6S (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-300 interface, three platters in a 9.5mm z-height)

HM400LI 400GB (3/5)
HM500LI 500GB (3/6)


SpinPoint MH6 (5400RPM, 8MB cache, 512MB hybrid cache, SATA-150 interface)

HM16HHI 160GB (1/2)
HM25HJI 250GB (2/4 [short-stroked])
HM32HJI 320GB (2/4)


SpinPoint MH6 (5400RPM, 8MB cache, 1GB hybrid cache, SATA-150 interface)

HM16GHI 160GB (1/2)
HM25GJI 250GB (2/4 [short-stroked])
HM32GJI 320GB (2/4)


SpinPoint MU-X (5400RPM, Mini-USB interface)

HM160HX 160GB (1/2)
HM251JX 250GB (2/4 [short-stroked])
HM320JX 320GB (2/4)
Note: these are M6 drives with what appears to be an internal SATA-USB bridge. The result is a mini-USB port and a small LED on the back where the SATA ports would be. I expect these to work seamlessly as external drives by themselves, or a company could use these in their external disk products and thus not need a chip to convert the SATA or IDE interface of the harddisk to USB 2.0, as the drive already has it integrated, lowering the price and physical size of the enclosure.



250GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 250GB of data apiece.)

SpinPoint M7 (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-300 interface)

HM120GI 120GB (1/1)
HM161HI 160GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
HM250HI/ST250LM000* 250GB (1/2)
HM320II 320GB (2/3 [short-stroked])
HM400JI 400GB (2/4 [short-stroked])
HM500JI/ST500LM001 500GB (2/4)
Note: Samsung's storage division was taken over by Seagate. Since then, variations of some of these drives with Seagate model numbers (STxxxxLMxxx) have began to circulate. Aside from the new branding, I'm not sure if there's much physical difference.
*Note 2: These share their Seagate-specific model number (ST250LM000) with the M7E HM251HI. Confusing, right?


SpinPoint M7U (5400RPM, Mini-USB interface)

HM162HX 160GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
HM252HX 250GB (1/2)
HM322IX 320GB (2/3 [short-stroked])
HM502JX 500GB (2/4)
Note: these are M7 drives with what appears to be an internal SATA-USB bridge. The result is a mini-USB port and a small LED on the back where the SATA ports would be.



320-334GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 320-334GB of data apiece.)

SpinPoint M7E (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-300 interface)

HM161GI/ST160LM000 160GB (1/1)
HM251HI/ST250LM000* 250GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
HM321HI/ST320LM000 320GB (1/2)
HM501II/ST500LM011 500GB (2/4 [short-stroked])
HM641JI/ST640LM000 640GB (2/4)
Note: Samsung's storage division was taken over by Seagate. Since then, variations of some of these drives with Seagate model numbers (STxxxxLMxxx) have began to circulate. Aside from the new branding, I'm not sure if there's much physical difference.
*Note 2: These share their Seagate-specific model number (ST250LM000) with the M7 HM250HI. Confusing, right?


SpinPoint MP4 (7200RPM, 16MB cache, SATA-300 interface)

HM250HJ/ST250LM001 250GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
HM320HJ/ST320LM007 320GB (1/2)
HM500JJ/ST500LM019 500GB (2/4 [short-stroked])
HM640JJ/ST640LM016 640GB (2/4)
Note: Samsung's storage division was taken over by Seagate. Since then, variations of some of these drives with Seagate model numbers (STxxxxLMxxx) have began to circulate. Aside from the new branding, I'm not sure if there's much physical difference.


SpinPoint MT2 (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-300 interface, three platters)

HM750LI 750GB (3/5 [short-stroked])
HM100UI 1TB (3/6)



500GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 500GB of data apiece.)

SpinPoint M8 (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-300 interface)

HN-M160MBB/ST160LM003 160GB (1/1 [short-stroked])
HN-M250MBB/ST250LM004 250GB (1/1)
HN-M320MBB/ST320LM001 320GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
HN-M500MBB/ST500LM012 500GB (1/2)
HN-M640MBB/ST640LM001 640GB (2/3 [short-stroked])
HN-M750MBB/ST750LM022 750GB (2/3)
HN-M101MBB/ST1000LM024 1TB (2/4)
Note: Samsung's storage division was taken over by Seagate. Since then, variations of some of these drives with Seagate model numbers (STxxxxLMxxx) have began to circulate. Aside from the new branding, I'm not sure if there's much physical difference.


SpinPoint M8U (5400RPM, 8MB cache, USB 2.0 interface)

HN-M250XBB/ST250LM006 (1/1)
HN-M320XBB/ST320LM008 (1/2 [short-stroked])
HN-M500XBB/ST500LM016 (1/2)
HN-M640XBB/ST640LM021 (2/3 [short-stroked])
HN-M750XBB/ST750LM024 (2/3)
HN-M101XBB/ST1000LM026 (2/4)
Note: these are M8 drives with what appears to be an internal SATA-USB bridge. The result is a mini-USB port and a small LED on the back where the SATA ports would be.
Note 2: Samsung's storage division was taken over by Seagate. Since then, variations of some of these drives with Seagate model numbers (STxxxxLMxxx) have began to circulate. Aside from the new branding, I'm not sure if there's much physical difference.


SpinPoint M8U (5400RPM, 8MB cache, USB 3.0 interface)

HN-M250ABB/ST250LM003 (1/1)
HN-M320ABB/ST320LM005 (1/2 [short-stroked])
HN-M500ABB/ST500LM014 (1/2)
HN-M640ABB/ST640LM019 (2/3 [short-stroked])
HN-M750ABB/ST750LM023 (2/3)
HN-M101ABB/ST1000LM025 (2/4)
Note: these are M8 drives with what appears to be an internal SATA-USB bridge. The result is a mini-USB port and a small LED on the back where the SATA ports would be.
Note 2: Samsung's storage division was taken over by Seagate. Since then, variations of some of these drives with Seagate model numbers (STxxxxLMxxx) have began to circulate. Aside from the new branding, I'm not sure if there's much physical difference.


SpinPoint M9T (5400RPM, 32MB cache, SATA-600 interface, three platters in a 9.5mm z-height)

HN-M151RAD/ST1500LM006 1.5TB (3/6)
HN-M151RAD/ST1500LM007 1.5TB (3/6)
HN-M151RAD/ST1500LM010 1.5TB (3/6)
Note: We're not sure yet what the differences between these models are.


SpinPoint M9TU (5400RPM, 32MB cache, USB 3.0 interface, three platters in a 9.5mm z-height)

HN-M151AAD/ST1500LM008 1.5TB (3/6)
Note: these are M9T drives with what appears to be an internal SATA-USB bridge. The result is a mini-USB port and a small LED on the back where the SATA ports would be.


SpinPoint D8X (7200RPM, 32MB cache, SATA-600 interface)

HN-M500SAD/ST500LM027 500GB (1/2)
HN-M101SAD/ST1000LM044 1TB (2/4)
Note: Seagate seems to be, for whatever reason, content to keep at least the 2.5"-focused part of Samsung's HDD design team alive. These are brand new models (as of June 2016) that carry Samsung SpinPoint branding and obvious physical similarities to past Samsung mobile drives.



667GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 667GB of data apiece.)

SpinPoint M9T (5400RPM, 32MB cache, SATA-600 interface, three platters in a 9.5mm z-height)

HN-M171RAD/ST1750LM000 1.75TB (3/6 [short-stroked])
HN-M201RAD/ST2000LM003 2TB (3/6)
HN-M201RAD/ST2000LM004 2TB (3/6)
HN-M201RAD/ST2000LM006 2TB (3/6)
Note: We're not sure yet what the differences between the latter three models are.


SpinPoint M9TU (5400RPM, 32MB cache, USB 3.0 interface, three platters in a 9.5mm z-height)

HN-M201AAD/ST2000LM005 2TB (3/6)
Note: these are M9T drives with what appears to be an internal SATA-USB bridge. The result is a mini-USB port and a small LED on the back where the SATA ports would be.

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