Date: Wednesday, May 4th, 2011, 03:30
Category: hard drive, News
This could lead to something nifty.
Per Macworld, hard drive manufacturer Seagate on Tuesday unveiled the first 3.5-inch hard drive featuring 1TB of storage capacity per disk platter, breaking a previous area density benchmark.
Seagate plans to begin shipping the technology with its flagship Barracuda desktop hard drive through its distribution channel in mid-2011. The drive will also be available in 3TB, 2TB, 1.5TB and 1TB capacities.
Rocky Pimentel, Seagate’s executive vice president of worldwide sales and marketing, said the drive will go a long way in addressing customer data growth, allowing customers to store more in a smaller footprint.
The GoFlex drives include an NTFS driver, which makes the GoFlex drives compatible with Windows and Mac OS X without the need for reformatting. The GoFlex Desk external drive’s sleek black 3.5-inch design sits either vertically or horizontally to accommodate any desktop environment.
Seagate did not disclose final pricing for the new drives.
Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.
Also, the ladies love 3 terabyte hard drives.
Just ask them.
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