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Lacie's New Hard Drives Make External Storage Cool Again

Seagate and Lacie have launched a few new portable hard drives in Australia this past week, and they’re all designed for the future. Like the new Seagate Innov8, two new Lacie drives — including one for an eye-watering $2400 — are built around superfast USB 3.1 Gen 2, with built-in power and reversible data connectors.


Helium Is The Secret Behind Seagate's New 10TB Hard Drives

Advances in regular hard drive tech are still very important, especially in the enterprise space. No, James Kirk doesn’t need more gigabytes to keep his extraterrestrial porn collection — but the cloud does need more bits to hold your dirty pictures and videos and the odd work document. And so, we now have drives filled with helium.


Seagate's New 10GBps SSD Will Be The World's Fastest

Seagate’s new SSD will be very, very fast indeed. In fact, able to transfer data at up to 10GBps, it’s 6GBps faster than its previous best — and it’s claimed it will be the fastest in the world.


Seagate's Made One Of The Best Portable Drives Even Thinner

Seagate’s Backup Plus Slim is one of the best portable drives you can buy because it perfectly balances size, capacity, and price. And now there’s even more reason to opt for Seagate’s portable storage offerings because its new Backup Plus Ultra Slim is now 2.5mm thinner.


Ask Gizmodo: Which 4TB Hard Drive Should I Buy?

Hi guys, I really need to buy a new hard drive — but I am torn between the choice of a WD Black 4TB which is currently $309 on PC Case Gear or a Toshiba 4TB, which unfortunately they have stopped selling but other sites I think still do. However Toshiba also have the X300 series but I haven’t found any reviews on them. I was wondering if possible if you could do a comparison on them regarding performance and their pricing. Cheers, Peter


Seagate Personal Cloud NAS: Australian Review

Need some extra storage for your movies, music or personal photos? You can get a portable hard drive and carry all your data around on it, or you can step up to a proper network-attached storage device with all the bells and whistles. More often than not, though, you don’t need them. For the vast majority of users that just want to watch their movies and listen to their music wherever they are, Seagate’s Personal Cloud is a really simple networked storage drive.


Seagate Seven Portable Hard Drive: Australian Review

If you buy a portable hard drive, you want it to be portable, right? And that means thinner and lighter is always better. To that end, the Seagate Seven is the world’s thinnest external hard drive — and yep, it’s barely 7mm thick.


Now On Sale: An 11-Year-Old External Hard Drive

Say hello to the Seagate 160GB external hard drive. It runs on USB 2.0, is nearly 30cm long, and weighs a sturdy 2.3kg. So hurry on down to Walmart to scoop one up for your very own — on sale! Oh, and by the way, it came out in 2004.


Seagate's Seven Is The World's Thinnest External Drive

USB flash drives have already broken the half-gig barrier, but if you’re looking for compact portable storage that’s a little cheaper, Seagate has squeezed its ultra-thin 500GB laptop drive into an equally svelte seven-millimetre thick housing that still makes room for a built-in USB port.


Seagate Makes Some Compromises For A Cheap $130 Wireless Drive

The easiest way to expand the storage capabilities of your smartphone or tablet is with a wireless external drive. It means there’s never any memory cards to swap (or lose) and you can share videos, photos, and music with multiple users at the same time. And while Seagate’s new Wireless drive isn’t the largest you’ll find, it perfectly balances features and functionality with a competitive $US130 price tag.


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