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Thursday, September 13, 2007
Notebook hard drives small physical stature hides some large internal capacities. The Seagate Momentus ST9160823ASG 160GB 7200.2 SATA HDD we are looking at today is as fast as notebook hard drives get with a 7200-rpm rotational speed.
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Wednesday, September 05, 2007
While adding storage devices inside the system is good, there is a limit to the amount of space inside a case, and internal connectors are finite. External storage thanks to USB, Firewire and e.SATA makes perfect sense, as the amount of devices you can connect is increased as well as moving the storage drive outside the case, in turn providing better PC cooling. Today we are looking at a full storage solution from Seagate called the Freeagent Pro. How well does this baby stack up? Let's have a look.
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Wednesday, July 04, 2007
One of the first things that you see once you open the box containing the Seagate FreeAgent Pro 750GB external hard drive is the instructions with the words "this won't take long" printed on the front. Seagate knows how to live up to that promise too, all you need to do is plug the Seagate FreeAgent Pro 750GB external hard drive into the AC outlet then plug it into your PC via one of the trio of connection options including USB 2.0, e-SATA and FireWire 400.
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Tuesday, July 03, 2007
The five year warranty is another key selling point on the FreeAgent Pro. While you could easily add a Seagate drive (with its own 5 year warranty) to any old enclosure, Seagate has bundled the whole thing together for you, thrown in some useful software, and then applied their industry leading warranty to the whole thing.
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Monday, June 11, 2007
Seagate's FreeAgent family includes several external products based on 3.5" hard drives and two mobile solutions based on 1" and 2.5" hard drives. Today we'll examine the top model Seagate FreeAgent Go 160 GB (ST901603FGD1E1-RK).
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Monday, May 28, 2007
Notebook users have always been saddled with slow hard drives, all in the name of battery conservation. Even expensive, performance-grade notebook hard drives that spin at 7200 RPM cannot even come close to the performance of cheap desktop hard drives. That may change with the new Seagate Momentus 7200.2 hard drive. This hard drive boasts 60% greater capacity and 28.8% better sustained transfer rate than its predecessor. But that's not all. It even comes with an integrated free-fall sensor that greatly increases its survivability during accidental falls. Talk about combining performance with robustness.
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Monday, May 21, 2007
Backups can be such a chore. For the novice computer user, they're a maze of which folders and backup schemes to pick from. For geeks, they can be slow, inefficient, and sometimes even have the nerve to rely on our memory to press a button! Rather than listen to users scream the proverbial "NOOOOOOOOOO", Seagate has ramped up the speeds and warranty on their latest external drive, the FreeAgent Pro, and coupled it with Memeo's powerful yet intuitive backup software. Benchmarks and software analysis after the jump.
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Wednesday, May 02, 2007
The Seagate Momentus 7200.2 160GB SATA Hard Drive model ST9160823ASG offers strong performance for a 2.5" form factor drive, and manages to do so while remaining cool and quiet. The testing portion of the review confirmed the performance and low temperature operation, but what has not yet been mentioned is that the drive is very quiet. The specifications indicate that it produces between 2.5 and 2.9 bels between idle and load, and although that might not mean much to many people out there, it translates to whisper quiet.
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Monday, April 30, 2007
The FreeAgent Pro is Seagate's latest 3.5in external hard drive. It features a very elegant chassis and best of all, enables you to upload your files onto your own storage space on the Internet.
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Tuesday, March 13, 2007
Enterprise-grade hard drives have always been expensive. Really, REALLY expensive. But what if you could have the performance and reliability of enterprise-grade hard drives with the capacity and cost of desktop hard drives? Introducing the Seagate Barracuda ES enterprise hard drive. With a massive capacity of 750GB and a much lower cost per MB, this drive may be just the thing for your next server upgrade.
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Wednesday, March 07, 2007
If you are looking for an external backup drive that works right out of the box, the Seagate 750GB Pushbutton Backup drive might just be the thing for you. This external backup solution from storage giant Seagate not only offers you an incredible capacity of 750GB, it also comes with all the accessories and software that you need to back up your data quickly and easily.
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Monday, February 26, 2007
Looking for the ATA drive with biggest capacity? Then the new Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 hard drive with a gigantic capacity of 750GB and a large 16MB buffer may just be the thing for you!
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Monday, February 05, 2007
Whether or not Seagate's drive fits your needs is down to personal preference. If the drive suits your portable data storage needs, and both the warranty and software aren't much of a concern to you, there aren't many 2.5" portable solutions better than this on the market today.
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Friday, December 22, 2006
The hard disk is simply the slowest part of the computer system. CPU's can transmit data in the form of gigabits per second, memory bandwidth goes over 5GB/s and graphics cards can handle data in the order of 38GB/s across its memory buses. But the trusty hard disk in most cases cannot deliver sustained data faster than about 60MB/s, simply put, going for the faster CPU isn't going to be able to speed up your load times on games if you can't get the data off the disk quickly enough. In recent years, the advancement of the hard disk has started to become a major part of the PC industry with Serial ATA replacing the older Parallel standard that was used for over 10 years. Native Command Queuing or NCQ for short sped up the way the data is read off the drive, and now with perpendicular recording coming into the frey from companies like Seagate, we are now starting to see speed increases as much as what a magnetic recording device is capable of.
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Wednesday, December 06, 2006
It's fair to say that Seagate has manufactured an incredibly fast external hard drive, with speeds rivalling (and even surpassing) internal hard drive performance here. That is undoubtedly a commendable achievement, but where this device falls down is in its cross-platform flexibility and that isn't necessarily Seagate's fault.
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