Here are all of the models currently in the database for this manufacturer and drive width. Models are sorted into sections by platter density.

Some tips:

The total capacity of each individual model is shown beside each model number.
A platter-head ratio is shown next to the total capacity tag in brackets. It works very simply: a (3/6) ratio indicates three disks and six read/write heads. Models that "waste" some amount of their actual total capacity in order to fit into certain capacity brackets (such as a 320GB unit based on one 500GB platter and two heads) are marked accordingly as [short-stroked].
Miscellaneous details of possible interest (unusual rotational speeds, strange marketing decisions, and so on) are noted if deemed necessary.
Assume all listed models, except those marked otherwise, use 512 byte sectors internally and report 512 byte sectors.
Toshiba's storage division was nearly the first, and were the last, HDD manufacturer to make 1.8" HDDs. Produced in increasingly larger capacities over the years, these drives were most famously used in the iPod "Classics", though a few higher-RPM products with SATA attempted to find affection from PC manufacturers. Ultimately the 1.8" format as a whole met its end by the early 2010s.


This section was last updated on 04/13/2019.


2GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 2GB of data apiece.)

01MPL (4200RPM, 256KB cache, PC Card Type-II interface)

MK2001MPL 2GB (1/2)



5GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 5GB of data apiece.)

02MPL (3990RPM, 256KB cache, PC Card Type-II interface)

MK5002MPL 5GB (1/2)


02MAL (4200RPM, 1MB cache, 50-pin ATA-66 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK5002MAL 5GB (1/2)



10GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 10GB of data apiece.)

03GAL (4200RPM, 512KB cache, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK1003GAL 10GB (1/2)


03GAH (4200RPM, 512KB cache, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK2003GAH 20GB (2/4)



15GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 15GB of data apiece.)

03GAL (4200RPM, 512KB cache?, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK1503GAL 15GB (1/2)


04GAL (4200RPM, 512KB cache, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK1504GAL 15GB (1/2)


04GAH (4200RPM, 512KB cache, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK3004GAH 30GB (2/4)



20GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 20GB of data apiece.)

04GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK2004GAL 20GB (1/2)


04GAH (4200RPM, 2MB cache, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK4004GAH 40GB (2/4)


06GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK2006GAL 20GB (1/2)


06GAH (4200RPM, 2MB cache, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK4006GAH 40GB (2/4)


08GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK2008GAL 20GB (1/2)


08GAH (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK4008GAH 40GB (2/4)



30GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 30GB of data apiece.)

06GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK3006GAL 30GB (1/2)


06GAH (4200RPM, 2MB cache, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK6006GAH 60GB (2/4)


08GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK3008GAL 30GB (1/2)


08GAH (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK6008GAH 60GB (2/4)



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

07GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK4007GAL 40GB (1/2)


07GAH (4200RPM, 2MB cache, 50-pin ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK8007GAH 80GB (2/4)*
*Note: Some datasheets specify an 8MB buffer for this model.


09GAL (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK4009GAL 40GB (1/2)


09GAH (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK8009GAH 80GB (2/4)


10GAH (4200RPM, ?MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height, 1KB (512B virtual) sectors?)

MK8010GAH 80GB (2/4)



50GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 50GB of data apiece.)

11GAH (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK1011GAH 100GB (2/4)



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

14GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height, 1KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK6014GAL 60GB (1/2)


14GAH (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK1214GAH 120GB (2/4)


15GAA (3600RPM, 160KB cache, ZIF ATA-66 interface, 5mm z-height, 1KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK6015GAA 60GB (1/2)


16GSG (5400RPM, 8MB cache, μSATA-150 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK8016GSG 80GB (2/3 [short-stroked])
MK1216GSG 120GB (2/4)
Note: Toshiba's old site specs 1KB native sector size for the 80GB model, but, as the areal density figure is the exact same as provided for the 120GB version, I imagine it's a typo.


22GAA (3600RPM, 160KB cache, ZIF ATA-66 interface, 5mm z-height, 1KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK6022GAA 60GB (1/2)


24GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height, 1KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK6024GAL 60GB (1/2)


24GAH (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height, 1KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK1224GAH 120GB (2/4)


28GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK6028GAL 60GB (1/2)



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

17GSG (5400RPM, 8MB cache, μSATA-150 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK8017GSG 80GB (1/2)
MK1617GSG 160GB (2/4)
Note: Toshiba's old site specs 1KB native sector size for the 80GB model, but, as the areal density figure is the exact same as provided for the 160GB version, I imagine it's a typo.


22GAA (3600RPM, 160KB cache, ZIF ATA-66 interface, 5mm z-height, 4KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK8022GAA 80GB (1/2)


25GAL (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK8025GAL 80GB (1/2)


26GCB (3600RPM, 160KB cache, CE-ATA interface, 8mm z-height, 4KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK1626GCB 160GB (2/4)


29GSG (5400RPM, 8MB cache, μSATA-300 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK1629GSG 160GB (2/4)


31GAL (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height, 4KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK8031GAL 80GB (1/2)



120-125GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 120-125GB of data apiece.)

29GSG (5400RPM, 8MB cache, μSATA-300 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK1229GSG 120GB (1/2)
MK2529GSG 250GB (2/4)


31GAL (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height, 4KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK1231GAL 120GB (1/2)


31GAH (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 8mm z-height, 4KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK2431GAH 240GB (2/4)


33GSG (5400RPM, 16MB cache, μSATA-300 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK2533GSG 250GB (2/4)


34GAL (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height, 4KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK6034GAL 60GB (1/1)
MK1234GAL 120GB (1/2)


35GSL (4200RPM, 8MB cache, μSATA-300 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK1235GSL 120GB (1/2)


36GAL (4200RPM, ?MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height)

MK6036GAL 60GB (1/1)
Note: No publicly-available datasheets exist for these. My Amilo Ui 3520 netbook's BIOS throws a "Fixed Disk 0 Failure" with one in, and similar stories involving other netbooks and devices can be read online. Platter density is a tentative guess, as it is for the physically similar-looking and also-undocumented 35GSL.



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

33GSG (5400RPM, 16MB cache, μSATA-300 interface, 8mm z-height)

MK1633GSG 160GB (1/2)
MK3233GSG 320GB (2/4)
Note: The specs bring to mind many a 2.5" laptop drive, but these are unlikely to perform as well due to the constraints of the form factor.


34GAL (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA-100 interface, 5mm z-height, 4KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK8034GAL 80GB (1/1)
MK1634GAL 160GB (1/2)


39GSL (4200RPM, 16MB cache, LIF SATA-150 interface, 5mm z-height, 4KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK1639GSL 160GB (1/2)



200-220GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 200-220GB of data apiece.)

39GSL (4200RPM, 16MB cache, LIF SATA-150 interface, 5mm z-height, 4KB (512B virtual) sectors)

MK2039GSL 200GB (1/2)
MK2239GSL 220GB (1/2)
Note: Certainly these are the biggest (areal density-wise) and last 1.8" HDDs ever made. A combination of flash memory going down in cost, the rise of smartphones, and the increasing popularity of Internet media streaming services conspired to make this category of hard drives redundant. A double-disk 440GB version was not to be.

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