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Friday, April 21, 2006

Seagate Leaks 750GB Barracuda 7200.10 Details

Are you starting to run out of hard disk space? If so, then this may interest you. Seagate is about to announce the release of 2 new 750GB 7200RPM hard drive models. These babies will be using perpendicular recording to increase drive density. This new technology lets you save more information on a smaller surface, so even if the disk space is increasing, its physical size can remain the same. The drives haven't been formally announced yet, but you can already consult their specs via Seagate’s website (ST3750640A (PATA) and ST3750640SA (SATA)). Big thanks to M@ANiTRuLe$ for the pointer.

With up to 750GB of pure digital storage in a single drive, the Barracuda 7200.10 is the largest, most reliable disc drive around. New perpendicular recording technology supports vertically stored data bits, enabling increased areal density and dependability for workstations and performance PCs. Additionally, the Barracuda 7200.10 is available in SATA 3Gb/s, SATA 1.5Gb/s and ATA/100 interfaces.

(via DailyTech)


  • *Wipes the drool of his chin*

    Funny to think that my first hard drive was 80 megs...

    By Blogger Spook, at 11:03 AM  

  • I had a 20 (or was it 40?) Meg HD back then on my nice 286 12MHZ :)

    By Blogger Kiltak, at 11:47 AM  

  • nice stuff aint it!
    i cant wait 2 get my hands on this!
    my 2 400GB's need a rest now :)

    By Blogger M@ANiTRuLe$, at 1:54 PM  

  • Hey, I'm still stuck with a 40 gig hard drive at home, so please stop complaining about your 2 x 400GB. :)

    By Blogger Kiltak, at 2:20 PM  

  • lol...
    well.. i do a lot of photography n video editing. so i need it :)

    By Blogger M@ANiTRuLe$, at 4:29 PM  

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