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Seagate Releases the First-ever 750GB External Hard Drive

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    Seagate Technology, the world's number one hard drive maker, today introduced the world's first three-quarter Terabyte external hard drive - the Seagate 750GB Pushbutton Back-up Hard Drive. The 750GB Pushbutton Back-up Hard Drive is the first 3.5-inch external drive to use Seagate's revolutionary perpendicular recording technology. It is based on the newly announced Barracuda 7200.10 family, with industry-leading data density of up to 188 Gigabytes per disc. The Seagate 750GB Pushbutton Back-up Hard Drive includes easy-to-use backup software that protects your system and data files with a simple touch of a button on the drive. The Pushbutton Back-up Hard Drive also includes USB 2.0 and Firewire 1394 connections. The Seagate 750GB Pushbutton Back-up Hard Drive will be available May 2006 and will retail for $559.

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    I wonder if you can crack open the case and use the drive as a standard 3.5 inch 750gb hard drive. They dont even make those yet. :)
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    Hmm... I'm still having trouble getting past 30% usage on my 120GB. What's wrong with me? lol
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    You need to download more "educational" videos. :)
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    Even if I did... it would go straight onto a CD or DVD.
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    Out of my 250 GB hard drive, I'm having a lot of trouble not using it up. I I want something, I have to delete something else. I'm planning to get 4 250 GB hard drives in a RAID 0 setup soon.
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    Hope it has a eSATA connector. I would hate to fill it using USB :eek:

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