Why doesn’t WD make Velociraptor drives anymore? These drives are (much) faster than ordinary hard drives: 10,000 rpm rotational speed versus 7200 rpm or less on other hard drives.
I need a fast hard drive because my SSD is only 250 GB and I’m constantly running out of drive space (I’ve even used NTFS compression in many places).
New SSD drives of 1 TB or more are far too expensive at the moment and SSD drives can only be written to a limited number of times.
Why not offer us the fast Velociraptor (or something similar, maybe with a rotational speed of 15,000 rpm or higher), with big storage capacities, as a cheaper alternative to SSD drives?