Seagate Solid State Hybrid drive (SSHD) technology is leaping forward into the enterprise space. the company has just announced that they have manufactured the fastest enterprise hard drive with Seagate Enterprise Turbo SSHD. The industry’s first enterprise solid state hybrid drive (SSHD), the Enterprise Turbo SSHD combines the capacity and competence of a hard drive with solid-state flash enabling high-speed performance for mission decisive data such as big data and transaction process.
On Tuesday Seagate introduced a new hard drive which is specifically made for NAS (network attached storage) installations. NAS is considered to be one of the most reasonably priced centralized storage solutions for small office networks and homes. But since most NAS devices do not come with drives, Seagate did the honors of taking a step further announcing its Seagate NAS HDD.
Don’t we need something more than 16GB of on-flash storage in our tablets? Well then you guys are not thinking ahead. Seagate is entering the market with its latest 5mm laptop ultrathin hard drive. It has a storage capacity of 500 GB which looks ideal for ultrabooks and tablets. Its available in both 320GB and 500GB. As the name indicates it’s the conventional hard drive and not the solid state drive. Traditional HDD offers a lot more storage capacity for price value than the SSDs which not only have little capacity but are also higher in price.
Seagate technology has unveiled the world’s first purpose built 4TB hard drive for video storage applications put up to deliver high quality performance and operation. With its capacity of 4TB, this is equivalent of 480 hours of high definition content and specially designed for video surveillance, set-top recording box and DVR’s (digital video recorders).
Seagate who we have known for years for their hard drives has been relatively quiet in the solid state drive space. Well it seems that is changing as today they are unveiling a complete solid state drive line, including their first consumer-based solid state drives. The new products include the Seagate 600 SSD, Seagate 600 Pro SSD, Seagate 1200 SSD and Seagate X8 Accelerator.
Seagate has reportedly begun shipping what it claims is the industry’s first and only 4TB hard drive to utilize 1TB-per-platter technology. These drives can be found in Seagate’s Barracuda 7200.15 series. Seagate says the four-platter design allows for the highest performance possible while doubling capacity and reducing costs, ultimately giving consumers the best of all worlds. The drive has 4000 GB of unformatted space, a 7,200 RPM spindle-speed, 64 MB buffer, and SATA 6 Gb/s interface.
At CES 2013 Seagate is stepping away from the normal storage options and expanding their horizons into something more “innovative appropriate”. Wirelessly streaming large files from any storage option to a device has been a pain ever since the idea was introduced. Video streaming was the largest of these pains. Seagate decided to develop Novocaine in the form of a storage device that integrates with a specific application for this very task. Even with the overworked WiFi connection and saturated network the video that was shown to use streamed like butter. Check out the video for more in depth coverage.
Digital Experience is a great event held every year the night before CES. This event brings many different companies together so they can showcase just a few products they are going to be showing at CES. This event is also a lot of fun because each year it is themed; the theme this year was the wild west. Read on as we show you some cool new products from Logitech, Western Digital, fitbit, GoPro, TRENDnet, Parrot, AMD, Nvidia and much more!
Seagate’s FreeAgent series has been around for quite some time, this is Seagate’s most popular series of external drives. FreeAgent GoFlex drives have a very cool plug and play design that allows you to change interfaces for the fastest speeds possible. They also come with included software that makes encryption and creating backups very easy. Today we are checking out the larger 2TB USB 3.0 Desk version of the drive. Is this the perfect external drive for you? Let’s check it out and see! Special thanks to Geeks.com for providing us with the Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 2TB External USB 3.0 Hard Drive to review. Geeks.com is a great place to find external hard drives.
Today we have another unboxing video for you! This time it is a little bit different. The product we are unboxing is the Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 2TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive, but we received it from Geeks.com as a refurbished product. So the video shows you what a product that you would order from Geeks.com would come like and how they package refurbished products. Remember if you like these videos be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Read on to check out our unboxing video!
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