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Monday, 20 August 2007 15:21

Seagate to start shipping 1 TB drives this week

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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€300+


We learned
that Seagate will finally start shipping its 1TB drives this week and they should sell for a bit more than €300+ a piece.
 


This will enable some crazy storage setups and for example in a workstation board you will be able to add up to 12 Tera Bytes of storage as a few boards we know off have 12 SATA ports. Hitachi is already shipping its 1TB drives and finally they will get a serious competition. 

 

We are sure that you will have trouble to fill even 1 TB but it is always possible to occupy the space. 

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