Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Seagate to Unveil 750-Gigabyte Hard Drive

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Seagate to Unveil 750-Gigabyte Hard Drives - Yahoo! News
The drive Seagate will introduce Wednesday, the Barracuda 7200.10, is the first computer desktop disk drive to hit the 750-gigabyte mark and represents a 50 percent increase from the previous industry maximum of 500 gigabytes.

Seagate, the world's largest disk-drive maker, is first releasing the product as an internal drive for PC makers. Next week, it plans to introduce external hard drives — add-ons that consumers can use to supplement their existing computer setups — with a suggested retail price of $559.

Yeah baby. Terabyte drives here we come.


At Friday, June 16, 2006 10:40:00 AM, Anonymous marz said...

heh - I want to build a 1.5 T server with two of these...then rip all my cds...and start my netflix subscription again! ;-) can't wait...but I'll have to. that big hole I throw all my money into called a house has been playing pacman in my bank account.


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