Seagate Launches High Density Hard Drive
Seagate’s Barracuda hard drive, with a density of 329 gigabits per square inch will be made available for mainstream desktops
Seagate’s Barracuda hard drive, with a density of 329 gigabits per square inch will be made available for mainstream desktops. This will serve with the best combination of capacity, performance and reliability for PCs, desktop RAID, and personal external storage - according to a statement.
"The demand for more desktop PC storage capacity is far from letting up as computer users worldwide generate massive amounts of digital content every day," said Rajesh Khurana, (country manager India and SAARC) of Seagate.
The Barracuda 7200.12 hard drive provides a stellar combination of storage capacity and speed required for today’s most demanding desktop PC applications and will come as 3.5-inch drive offered in capacities of 750GB and 500GB with cache options of 32MB and 16MB.
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