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Seagate introduces the world's first 1.5 TB HDD

In a world that's constantly seeing larger hard drives, it's no surprise to hear that Seagate has launched the world’s first 1.5 terabyte 2.5-inch portable external drive. The new 1.5TB FreeAgent GoFlex ultra-portable drive delivers an all-in-one solution to help store, share and enjoy libraries of digital content on a Mac or PC, or a television, at home or on the go.

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GodsHand4912d ago

Might get one of these to replace my current 500 GB drive in the PS3, when the time/price is right.

zerosignalxst4911d ago

ummmm, no. I don't think you will since it's an external drive (you said, "... drive in the PS3").

Would be nice though, I have to admit.

GodsHand4911d ago

Good point, but I am sure they will not alienate users with just an external model.

toaster4911d ago

No.. the point of this hard drive is that it is the first EXTERNAL hard drive to be 1.5T. There are already 1.5T internal hard drives and they even go up to 2TB.

GodsHand4911d ago

I've must of missed that, I never seen 1.5 TB or higher internal 2.5" HDD. 3" yes, but not 2.5".

zerosignalxst4910d ago

@ toaster

I've been on the hunt for a 1.5 TB 2.5" internal hdd since Christmas of 2009 and couldn't find one available to the general public.... so please, do tell where you've seen them.

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Seagate FireCuda Gaming Hard Drive Review - CGMagazine

Seagate’s FireCuda Gaming Hard Drive may not win any awards for its performance, but it’s a great portable storage device for those looking to not break their bank.

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Seagate Unveils Their Latest Gaming SSD, FireCuda 530

At their inaugural virtual gaming event today, Seagate Technology revealed its latest SSD designed specifically for PC gamers, the FireCuda 530.

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Seagate FireCuda Gaming Hub Review

The Seagate FireCuda Gaming Hub offers a large stylish storage solution for laptops and gaming library backup, but speed limits potential with new consoles and PC gaming use.

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