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Old 22nd February 2006, 05:16   #1
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Seagate unveils new 1-inch 12GB microdrive

Seagate Technology on February 20 unveiled its ST 1.3 Series, the company’s newest 1-inch microdrive that has a 12GB storage capacity with availability slated for the third quarter of this year.

The ST 1.3 Series adopts perpendicular recording technology, Seagate indicated, adding that in comparison with existing Seagate 1-inch microdrives, the ST 1.3 Series has a 23% smaller footprint, 50% larger storage capacity, and consumes 30% less power as well as offering shock and drop resistance features.
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