What is StrikeZone™ technology and hard drive cushioning

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    Hi~ There

    What is Dell StrikeZone™ technology and hard drive cushioning??
    What is the advantage of that??
    Is there any study for this technology??
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    I would imagine it is a type of passive isolation system to suppress vibration if the notebook is dropped. Typically this is done through some sort of dampening material. The advantages of it are that if you drop your notebook, you should protect your HD from shock, and from scratching the platters. I am sure Dell has some kind of study on the technology. There has to be papers somewhere about what type of impact it is rated to sustain. I would just try to google it.
     
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    http://www.mobilewhack.com/reviews/dell_shock_resistant_hard_drive_for_notebooks.html
     
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