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Friday, 30 March 2007 20:04

Barracuda 7200.11 is 1TB drive

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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The details up


Our friends from South America managed to find out the future plans from Seagate. The big company has delayed its 1000 GB hard drive and it plans to finally release it in end of April. Chilehardware found out the rest of the details.

 

The new 1 TB hard drive is called Barracuda 7200.11 and is the eleventh generation of the Seagate drives. The drive supports new SATA II drives, NCQ and supports Perpendicular recording.


The drive has four patters and eight heads. It totally has 16 MB of memory. We don’t know the suggested retail price but it will certainly be spicy. The biggest one you can buy from Seagate is Barracuda ES 750GB 16MB SATA II and this baby today cost around 270 Euros.

You can read more here.


 

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