Maxtor Reportedly Raises HDD Warranty, Following Rival

Posted on Wednesday, Sep 01 2004 @ 22:00 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Maxtor Corp. is reportedly boosting warranty of its hard disk drives intended for consumers from one year to three, following the similar move to stretch HDD warranty to five years from the rival Seagate Technology.

Indian web-site Channel Times reported citing sources at Maxtor Corp. that the hard disk drive and storage solutions manufacturer will extend warranty on entry-level HDDs. The company is likely to officially announce the decision by the first week of September, 2004.

Full article at X-bit Labs


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