Seagate to launch small 5GB HDD

Posted on Wednesday, Jan 05 2005 @ 23:34 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Seagate Technologies will begin offering a Compact Flash card form factor hard drive from February this year, the company has said at the International Consumer Electronics Show here this week.

The product, which will be officially launched at the show on Wednesday, will offer a 5GB storage capacity and be targeted at applications such as digital photography, says Rob Pait, director of global consumer electronics marketing for Seagate. A 2.5GB version will also be available, the company says.

You can read more at PC World


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