Then if that’s the case you already got your answer :smiley:
I have it on order for finding out. I take reviews with a grain of salt. There was a review claiming that the alternative Seagate Free Agent GoFlex 1.5 TB has internal Sata and is 12.5 mm thick.
I purchased it today, just to find out, that it indeed has Sata, but a thickness of 14.5 mm.
I have nevertheless fitted it into the internal HDD slot of my Macbook Pro, but I could not use the Macbook’s internal decupling mechanism, because for this the space isn’t sufficient.
Now I would like to know whether a HDD just fixed mechanically to the body of a notebook is in significant mechanical risk during average operating environments.
But this may be beyond the scope of this forum.