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.
Any special features (increased rotational speed, interface types, unusual platter designs and stuff like that) are noted where necessary.
All drives on this list are 1.8" unless explicitly noted.


This section was last updated on 01/05/2013.


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

SpinPoint A1 (1.3") (3600RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)


HU025HA 20GB (512k Sectors) (1/1)
HU020HA 20GB (1024k Sectors) (1/1)
HU035HA 30GB (512k Sectors) (1/2)
HU030HA 30GB (1024k Sectors) (1/2)
HU045HA 40GB (512k Sectors) (1/2)
HU040HA 40GB (1024k Sectors) (1/2)


SpinPoint A1 (1.3") (3600RPM, 2MB cache, CE ATA/100 interface)


HU035HP 30GB (512k Sectors) (1/2)
HU030HP 30GB (1024k Sectors) (1/2)
HU045HP 40GB (512k Sectors) (1/2)
HU040HP 40GB (1024k Sectors) (1/2)


SpinPoint A1 (1.3") (3600RPM, 2MB cache, USB 2.0 interface)


HU020HS 20GB (512k Sectors) (1/1)
HU030HS 30GB (512k Sectors) (1/2)
HU040HS 40GB (512k Sectors) (1/2)


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

SpinPoint N1 (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)


HS030GB 30GB (1/1)
HS040HB 40GB (1/2)
HS060HB 60GB (1/2)


SpinPoint N1C (5400RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)


HS08XJC 80GB (2/3)
HS10XJC 100GB (2/4)
HS122JC 120GB (2/4)


SpinPoint N1C (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-150 interface)


HS04XHF 40GB (1/2)
HS062HF 60GB (1/2)
HS08XJF 80GB (2/3)
HS10XJF 100GB (2/4)
HS122JF 120GB (2/4)


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

SpinPoint N2A (3600RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)


HS031GA 30GB (1/1)
HS041HA 40GB (1/1)
HS061HA 60GB (1/2)
HS080HA 80GB (1/2)
HS081HA 80GB (1/2)


SpinPoint N2B (4200RPM, ZIF ATA/100 interface)


HS020GB 20GB (1/1) (2MB Cache)
HS030GB 30GB (1/1) (2MB Cache)
HS040HB 40GB (1/1) (2MB Cache)
HS04THB 40GB (1/1) (8MB Cache)
HS060HB 60GB (1/2) (2MB Cache)
HS06THB 60GB (1/2) (8MB Cache)
HS080HB 80GB (1/2) (2MB Cache)
HS081HB 80GB (1/2) (2MB Cache)
HS082HB 80GB (1/2) (8MB Cache)
HS083HB 80GB (1/2) (8MB Cache)
HS10TJB 100GB (2/3) (8MB Cache)
HS120JB 120GB (2/3) (2MB Cache)
HS122JB 120GB (2/3) (8MB Cache)
HS160JB 160GB (2/4) (2MB Cache)
HS161JB 160GB (2/4) (2MB Cache)


SpinPoint N2B (4200RPM, 2MB cache, CE ATA/100 interface)


HS03SHQ 30GB (1/1)
HS12UJQ 120GB (2/3)
HS161JQ* 160GB (2/4)
*Note: This model was used in the first-gen 160GB iPod Classics.


SpinPoint N2B (4200RPM, 2MB cache, USB 2.0 interface)


HS03SHR 30GB (1/1)
HS040HR 40GB (1/1)
HS040HY 40GB (1/1)
HS06SHR 60GB (1/2)
HS060HY 60GB (1/2)
HS080HR 80GB (1/2)
HS080HY 80GB (1/2)
HS120JR 120GB (2/3)
HS120JY 120GB (2/3)


SpinPoint N3C (5400RPM, 16MB cache, SATA-300 interface)


HS04VHF 40GB (1/1)
HS06VHF 60GB (1/2)
HS06RHF 60GB (Free Fall Sensor) (1/2)
HS08VHF 80GB (1/2)
HS08RHF 80GB (Free Fall Sensor) (1/2)
HS12VJF 120GB (2/3)
HS12RJF 120GB (Free Fall Sensor) (2/3)
HS16VJF 160GB (2/4)
HS16RJF 160GB (Free Fall Sensor) (2/4)


120GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 120GB of data.)

SpinPoint N3A (3600RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)


HS06YHA 60GB (1/1)
HS08YHA 80GB (1/2)
HS12YHA 120GB (1/2)


SpinPoint N3B (4200RPM, 16MB cache, SATA-150 interface)


HS12UHE 120GB (1/2)


SpinPoint N3U-3 (3600RPM, 8MB cache, USB2.0 interface)


HS122HZ 120GB (1/2)
HS16??? 160GB (2/3)
HS20YJZ 200GB (2/4)
HS250JI 250GB (2/4) (?)
HS25YJZ 250GB (2/4)
There appear to be two 250GB models. (The HS25YJZ model is shown in the picture. HS250JI was found in some of the articles for the release.) The model number of the 160GB version is unknown.
Something tells me that these are lurking inside Samsung's S1 Mini external drives...

Posted by RML527 at 6:19 PM
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