launched the new 12th generation Barracuda last week, and today the company posted specs for 1000, 750 and 500GB models on its site.
The new 500GB per platter drives feature a storage density of 329 Gigabits per square inch, and boast a sustained data rate of 160MB/s, compared to 120MB/s on the previous series.
Seagate also mentions 3-Gb/s instantaneous burst speed, and the 1000 and 750GB models feature 32MB of cache, while the 500GB single platter drive has 16MB.
A few listings for the 1TB drive popped up this morning, but we found no prices yet.
You can find the product page and spec sheet here