Western Digital didn't have too many comrades on the green bandwagon back in July of last year, but now it's just one amongst legions. Nevertheless, it's keeping its eco-friendly membership badge up to date with the second-generation Caviar Green Drive. Said HDD features the firm's own GreenPower technology to "significantly reduce power consumption" compared to those traditional energy-sucking alternatives. The freshened platform is based on WD's 333 GB/platter technology with 32MB cache, with sizes ranging from 500GB to 1TB. According to the company, this one consumes up to 20-percent less power and offers a 10-percent uptick in performance over the previous Green Drive, and best of all, the 1TB edition (WD10EADS) can be ordered up right now for $219 (MSRP).

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