Seagate Hard Drive

If you are running out of space on your computer’s hard drive you can replace it with a Seagate Hard Drive and get all the storage space you ever wanted in a hard drive. Seagate’s next generation hard drive called the Barracuda 7200.11 has 1.5 Terabytes worth of space for a desktop computer. If you are have a laptop that is running out of room, they make Momentus, which is a half TB storage hard drive for notebooks and laptops. With all the demand for digital-content storage because of all the media that we download nowadays, a Seagate hard drive may be just the answer for your need for more hard drive space.

The Seagate hard drive Barracuda 7200.11 is the first 1.5 terabyte hard drive for desk tops to hit the market. It represents the eleventh generation hard drive that Seagate has released. It has provided the largest jump in hard drive capacity in more than 50 years. Seagate’s Barracuda has the capacity and speed that desktop applications demand today. The Serial ATA 3 GB per second interface delivers a sustained data rate of up to 120 MB per second. The fast boot, application start up and file access are amazingly fast. It is also being offered in capacities of 1TB, 750GB, 640GB, 500GB, 320GB and 160GB with cache options of 32MB and 16MB. The 7200.11 hard drive uses combined PMR technology and components to give you 1.5 TB’s of reliable storage for your desktop computer, workstation, gaming and high end PC’s or desktop RAID.

If you are looking for increased hard disk space for your notebook or laptop, the Momentus half-terabyte 5400 and 7200 rpm drives are for you. Each Seagate hard drive mentioned will give you the best capacity, mobility and durability that you are looking for. The Momentus 5400.6 and 7200.4 hard drives represent the fourth generation in the laptop family to use PMR technology. These hard drives have capacities ranging from 120 GB to 500 GB with an 8MB cache. The also have the Serial ATA 3Gb per second interface.

What is really cool is that each Momentus Seagate hard drive has G-Force Protection which is a free fall sensor that will prevent damage to your hard drive if your notebook or laptop is ever dropped. The way the sensor works is that it detects changes in acceleration that is equal to the force of gravity and will park the heads off the disc so that contact with the platter is prevented in a free fall in as little as 8 inches. This makes it an ideal hard drive for systems that are subject to rough handling.

If you want a Seagate hard drive that you can carry with you as an external hard drive, check out Seagate FreeAgent 500GB USB 2.0 Hard Drive, Model: ST305004FDA1E1-RK. This Seagate hard drive has been touted as being one of the most reliable and easy to use external hard drives that are available in today’s market.

It is small and does not take up any more room than a standard sized stapler. It is great for both work and for home use. The FreeAgent 500 GB has storage capacity of 500 GB. Your movies and music libraries will store easily with plenty of room left over. This hard drive can be password protected too so you do not have to worry about someone else being able to get into it. If you keep sensitive files, this external hard drive is what you want.

Which ever Seagate hard drive you choose, you will be happy with it. Look for them for sale online where you may be able to find good discount prices on them.

This Seagate Hard Drive Review is Written/Updated on Jul 4th, 2010 and filed under Computer Hardware. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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