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Seagate Unveils 750-GB Hard Drive

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Remember those commercials that showed you how many bowls of various cereals you'd need to get all of the tasty goodness in one serving of Total? That's sort of how I feel about Seagate's new 750-GB hard drive. Why have all of these tiny storage devices and CDs laying cluttering up my desktop when I could just go for the gusto -- and keep everything nice and tidy in one place.

Seagate is hoping to offer storage beyond your wildest dreams with its Barracuda 7200.10. The drive will only be initially offered as an internal drive for PC manufacturers, which means you'll need to upgrade your PC or perish amongst your many storage devices.

However, if you can wait a whole week, the company plans to release it as an add-on drive for $559. Expect Seagate release more monster electronics, including digital video recorders, in the not-so-distant future. -- Rachel Cericola
Seagate Unveils 750-GB Hard Drive - Wednesday, April 26, 2006 -

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