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Seagate Powering Ahead - 10 New Products Unveiled

| Posted: Jun 9, 2006 3:07 am

Seagate have just gone on a press release frenzy, introducing 10 new ground breaking products which take computer storage to new heights.

 

Some of the products released include a 1.8-inch perpendicular recording drive with 60GB designed for handheld devices, a 2.5-inch notebook hybrid hard drive that combines rotating disc storage with flash memory (yummy!), a new Savvio enterprise drive with low power requirements and unprecedented reliability, a new-generation Mirra Server that syncs, shares and protects data between PC and Mac computers, and an 8.0GB Pocket Drive.

 

Five individual announcements were made, which are linked up below to Seagate's press room for your reading pleasure :-

 

 

- Seagate Powers the On-Demand World with 10 New Products Targeting a Full Range of Digital Content Needs

 

- Seagate's Powerful Consumer Electronics Hard Drive Offering Grows Stronger with Leading 60GB 1.8-Inch Hard Drive, Plus New Hard Drives for DVR and Gaming Systems

 

- Seagate Uncorks New Encrypting, Power-saving, High-performance Notebook PC Hard Drives with 160GB of Capacity

 

- Seagate Introduces New Consumer Solutions for Managing Your Digital Content

 

- New Record-Breaking Seagate Solutions Deliver Highest Capacity and Reliability Ever for the Enterprise

 


Seagate Technology (NYSE:STX) is again setting the pace with today's announcement of a slate of new hard drives and solutions for entertainment, consumer electronics, and computing - all designed to support the growing demand for digital content in a on-demand world. The company unveiled 10 new products that enable on-demand - virtually anytime, anywhere - availability of digital audio, video, and data across a whole host of devices and applications. These new products, many of which leverage Seagate's industry leading perpendicular recording technology, include 1.8-inch, 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives with up to 750GB of capacity for Consumer Electronics, notebook and desktop PC and enterprise applications. The company also introduced a notebook drive that combines rotating disc and flash memory, and added Macintosh support to its next generation Mirra personal server - making it the first device to sync, share and secure data between Macs and PCs.

 

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