Seagate announced a couple of new innovative hard drives, including the ST1 a 8GB 1inch drive for portable devices.
Seagate's ST1 1inch HDD series (see photo) features Seagate's RunOn Technology, which ensures consistent music playback while in a high-motion environment, such as jogging - the drive actually senses and compensates for motion to stay on track. The 8GB ST1 is shipping now to OEMs. Will be interesting who will be first to release 8GB mini mp3 players.
Seagate announced it will ship the industry's highest capacity - 500GB - in a hard drive designed specifically for DVR (digital video recorder) and home entertainment systems. The Seagate DB35 Series hard drive will offer up to 85 hours of High-Definition TV recording, 500 hours of standard TV recording, and up to 10 simultaneous standard TV streams with Seagate's DynaPlay technology.
Seagate also announced the LD25. The LD25 series is the first consumer electronics hard drive in a compact, 2.5-inch form factor - an entirely new concept for inside-the-box CE storage that enables smaller, simpler, cooler-running and more cost-effective game consoles, home entertainment devices and small footprint media PCs. Seagate's DynaPlay technology optimizes the drive for media streaming.
The EE25 Series disc drive is Seagate's first drive designed specifically to meet the needs of the global automotive industry and other "extreme environment" applications. EE25 Series is targeted at automobile OEMs and their system manufacturers as well as to ruggedized mobile computing and industrial PC applications.
All details in this Seagate press-release.
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