FUJITSU-SIEMENS S26361-H588-V100 18.2GB SCSI 80-PIN ST318404LC 3.5" For Sale

FUJITSU-SIEMENS S26361-H588-V100 18.2GB SCSI 80-PIN ST318404LC 3.5


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FUJITSU-SIEMENS S26361-H588-V100 18.2GB SCSI 80-PIN ST318404LC 3.5":
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FUJITSU-SIEMENS S26361-H588-V100 18.2GB SCSI 80-PIN ST318404LC 3.5"

    FUJITSU-SIEMENS S26361-H588-V100 18.2GB SCSI 80-PIN ST318404LC 3.5"

    • brand: FUJITSU
    • type: INTERNAL HDD
    • model: A3C40024482
    • p/n: S26361-H588-V100
    • seagate: ST318404LC
    • capacity: 18.2 GB
    • rpm: 10.000 RPM
    • cache: 4 MB
    • interface: U160 SCSI 80-PIN
    • form factor: 3.5"


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