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  1. Seagate finds sets of two heads are cheaper than one in its new and very fast MACH.2 dual-actuator hard disks Looks forward to nicely lowered costs as production ramps up, but they're still hyperscaler-only for now For about three years, disk-making giant Seagate has been talking up tech called “MACH.2” – a conventional disk drive that offers considerable speed improvements. And now the disk giant has found that the tech also cuts its costs, raising the prospect that big, fast, hard disk drives might emerge at keen prices. MACH.2 gets its speed by using two actuators – the
  2. visualbuffs

    WD or SEAGATE?

    guys i had a question which is better hard drive manufacturer? Seagate or Western Digital? for me Seagate will last long but my favorite was WD for external hard drive best brand was Seagate but for internal?
  3. Seagate backs up a truckload of flash, and introduces a gaming dock, too. Seagate is blazing up a firestorm with the release of two new storage products for gamers, a new gaming dock, and a PCIe 4.0 x4 FireCuda SSD. The company is also refreshing a few of the other SSDs in its lineup, too. FireCuda Gaming Dock Seagate’s FireCuda Gaming Dock is a high-end gaming hub that integrates a docking station and external storage into one device. It’s meant to be a perfect fit for laptop gamers who aren’t ready to jump on the desktop gaming PC bandwagon yet
  4. Seagate unloads the fast flash at CES 2020. Seagate launched two new high-performance external SSDs for gamers on the go, the FireCuda Gaming SSD and BarraCuda Fast SSD. Both boast the latest USB-C interface, but, while their ports are common, their performance capability differs greatly. The fastest of the two, the FireCuda Gaming SSD, is cutting-edge. The company states it is the perfect companion for the recently released FireCuda Gaming Dock. Powered by Seagate’s FireCuda 510, a high-performance NVMe SSD, and coming with a SuperSpeed USB 20Gb/s (USB 3.2 Gen2×2) inte
  5. Seagate ships 18TB HDDs, but breakthrough hard drives will arrive later this year Seagate’s Exos 18TB HDDs available to select customers, HAMD HDDs on track for 2020 launch (Image credit: Seagate) Seagate Technology has started shipping its hard disk drives featuring a 18TB capacity to select customers, and revealed that HDDs will be more broadly available later this year. But while 18TB drives significantly increase storage capacities of modern datacenters, Seagate has a more important launch set for the next few months, as it also inten
  6. Exclusive: World's largest hard drive leaked in product roadmap Seagate confirms Exos X20+ HAMR HDD (Image credit: Seagate) Seagate has already confirmed plans to release its first hard drives featuring heat-assisted magnetic recording (HAMR) technology later this year and recently the first of such drives was listed in the company’s product roadmap, obtained by TechRadar Pro. As it turns out, Seagate’s upcoming HAMR HDDs are listed as Exos 20+, which confirms that the company’s first HAMR drives are set to feature a 20
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