New Seagate Drives On The Cards

"New Seagate Drives On The Cards"

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Seagate announced yesterday that they will be releasing several new lines of hard drives (aswell as upping the capacity of the more popular current models).
So far the lineup is:

Momentus 7200.2
The worlds fastest, highest-capacity 2.5-inch notebook drive

Momentus 5400 PSD drive - Higher notebook PC performance PLUS longer battery life

Momentus 5400.2 FDE drive - Locking down notebook PC data

Seagate ST18 Series hard drive - Breakthrough Capacity in a Credit Card-sized Package

Seagate LD25 Series drive - The next generation LD25 Series hard drive is targeted at a new generation of technology appliances

The DB35 Series drive - The newest member of the DB35 Series hard drives is available with up to 750GB

Barracuda ES hard drive - The Worlds Largest Capacity Enterprise Drive

Savvio 10K.2 hard drive - The Worlds Most Reliable Enterprise Drive is also Seagate's Coolest

8GB Pocket hard drive - eight gigabytes worth of digital content into your pocket

500GB and 300GB eSATA External Hard Drives - provide external data capacity and protection with speeds up to a 300MB/s (or 3Gb/s) interface rate

750GB Pushbutton hard drive - The world's first 3/4 Terabyte external hard drive

There is plenty more information on each individual drive at Seagate's site Here
Feel free to discuss these plans over in our forums

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Most Recent Comments

08-06-2006, 01:22:41

Just struck up a deal with my dad and ordered a Pentium D 930 and a WD Caviar SE 200GB SATA 3.0 hd :D

Now the agaonizing wait. Anyone think there is soemthing bad about the proccy please tell me so I can cancel :P

08-06-2006, 02:36:09

sigh , if only you had waited for maybe a month more. Intel is heavily dropping the dual core prices when its launching conroe. You could have saved sooo much money. Neways have fun with that proc and if you plan on overclocking it , well ask around here to get some l33t advice :D

08-06-2006, 02:53:48

Yea I know the prices would porlly drop but we needed another proccy anyways $186 seemed pretty good to me anyways :P and yes I am planning to OC it. First thing I need to do is find a way to get some better ram though lol.

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