Wd3200bekt vs wd3200bjkt

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what is the diff b/w WD's BEKT series and BJKT series? thanks!
 
I can tell you partially:

B Capacity/Form Factor:
A = GB/3.5-inch
B = GB/2.5-inch
C = GB/1.0-inch
E = TB/3.5-inch
F = TB/3.5-inch
H = GB/3.5-inch (Backplane-Ready)
- In this case ('A') the previous 640.0 means the drive is 640.0GB with a 3.5" form factor.

E,J Brand:
A = Desktop/WD Caviar®
B = Enterprise/WD RE2 (3-platter)
C = Desktop/WD Protege®
D = Enterprise/WD Raptor®
E = Mobile/WD Scorpio®
H = Enthusiast/WD Raptor X
L = WD VelociRaptor
V = Audio/Video - WD AV
Y = Enterprise/WD RE2 (4-platter)

K Drive RPM / Cache Size:
A = 5400 RPM with 2 MB cache
B = 7200 RPM with 2 MB cache
C = IntelliPower™ with 16 MB cache
F = 10,000 RPM with 16 MB cache
G = 10,000 RPM with 8 MB cache
J = 7200 RPM with 8 MB cache
K = 7200 RPM with 16 MB cache
P = IntelliPower/EM (maximum buffer size offered by product)
V = 5400 RPM with 8 MB cache (Mobile)
Y = 7200 RPM/EM (maximum buffer size offered by product)

T Interface:
A = ATA/66 with 40-pin IDE connector
B = ATA/100 with 40-pin IDE connector
C = ATA with 33-pin connector (zero insertion force—ZIF)
D = SATA 1.5 Gb/s with 22-pin SATA connector
E = ATA/133 with 40-pin IDE connector
S = SATA 3.0 Gb/s with 22-pin SATA connector
T = SATA 3.0 Gb/s with 22-pin SATA connector (Mobile)
 

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the principal diferrence is that the bjkt unit comes with the shock sensor, the bekt comes with no sensor, so depending on the space available on your notebook, you may be able or not able to install the disk with the shock sensor (shock sensor is the free fall sensor, described in wdc page)
 

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