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Seagate going mobile at CES 2014, including 4TB portable HDD

Seagate plans to push storage boundaries with mobile HDDs at CES 2014

Michael Hatamoto | Jan 5, 2014 at 4:02 pm CST (0 mins, 46 secs time to read)

Storage company Seagate plans to show off a variety of different hard-disk drive (HDD) and solid state drives (SSD) during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014. In addition to portable products with increased storage space, Seagate also announced a partnership agreement with No. 1 global PC maker Lenovo.

Seagate going mobile at CES 2014, including 4TB portable HDD | TweakTown.com

"As storage becomes an increasingly integral part of everything we do, the established ideas about it must change," said Scott Horn, Seagate VP of Marketing, in a press statement. "People around the world are in urgent need of space to store their most cherished memories, information and data, so we at Seagate are on a mission to provide people with the space they need for all of their lifelong experiences."

During CES 2014, Seagate will show off the world's first 4TB portable drive, a new Lenovo Yoga2 ultrabook with 500GB of HDD storage, a 1TB wireless HD, a fast Thunderbolt 2 portable storage drive, and a custom-designed LaCie Sphere HDD.

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