Query failed: connection to localhost:9312 failed (errno=111, msg=Connection refused). Best choice for upgrading Pismo's HD.. - General Discussion Discussions on AppleInsider Forums Toggle navigation All Forums Recent Posts Sign In Best choice for upgrading Pismo's HD.. robo Posted: December 26, 2001 10:25AM in General Discussion edited January 2014 I have a Pismo 400 with a 6GB drive that just isn't big enough anymore.Any recommendations on a 10 GB or larger 2.5" IDE drive? I don't need a huge drive.. just a small price tag -robo Comments Reply 1 of 7 alcimedes Posts: 5,486member December 26, 2001 10:43AM i'm about to have an extra 10 gig from a dual USB iBook. give me a shipping adress and i can get you one for free. Reply 2 of 7 fran441 Posts: 3,715member December 26, 2001 10:48AM The Holiday Season. Gotta love it. Reply 3 of 7 eman Posts: 7,204member December 26, 2001 10:50AM Are you sure you'll be happy with 10GB? I used to have an iMac wit a 6gig HD and I thought it wasn't enough. Then when I got my iBook with a 10GB I found that I was running out of space quickly so I got an external 60GB. I think in the long run you'll be better off getting a larger internal drive rather than just a 10GB. Reply 4 of 7 alcimedes Posts: 5,486member December 26, 2001 11:36AM probably. that's how i felt at least. i am putting a 30 GB in a TiPB for my sister, and taking her stock 20GB and putting it in the iBook. thus leaving me a 10 GB drive. on my PC i've got over 120GB of storage, but only about 30 of that is still free. not sure what size drive the Pismo takes, but i just picked up a 30GB drive for the iBook (really small drive) for $150. well worth the money.-alcimedes Reply 5 of 7 anders Posts: 6,523member December 26, 2001 12:29PM Some guys have all the luck.If anyone else have a spare 10-15 GB disk just sitting there on the desk I would gladly free the desk space for you and I am even prepared to PAY FOR THE SHIPPING. Thats an offer you can´t refuse.Perhaps we should make a trading thread. A list of parts you don´t need and want to give away. Reply 6 of 7 robo Posts: 469member December 27, 2001 1:15AM Wow alcimedes! That would be great. I don't know what the going price is for a 10 Gig, but i would gladly pay you for the disk.As i mentioned before, i don't need a huge drive, but i've been editing audio files and need a few extra gigs of breathing room. 10 Gig would be perfect.I don't have your email address (not an admin anymore ) but please drop me a note at robo(at)robo.cx Thanks again,robo Reply 7 of 7 codename Posts: 57member December 27, 2001 1:26AM Robo, <a href="http://eshop.macsales.com/Catalog_Page.cfm?Parent=91&Title=2.5" IDE %26%20SCSI%20for%20Laptops&Template=" target="_blank">here's a link</a> that lists many popular 2.5" drives.I would seriously consider the 48GB IBM travelstar at $380 if you are looking for speed. It runs at 5400rpm and is significantly faster that anything else on the market.If you're on a budget, the best storage per unit price is offered by 30GB drives. One listed Fujitsu 30GB drive costs only $140.(And shouldn't this thread be in Current Hardware, you naughtly little man?)[ 12-27-2001: Message edited by: Codename ]</p> Sign In or Register to comment.