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Old 8th September 2011
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Default Seagate pulls out the biggest hard one in the industry

From http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/09...te_4tb_goflex/

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Hot on the heels of Hitachi's terabyte platter drives comes Seagate's 4TB GoFlex Desk external drive, a terabyte fatter than the previous version.

It is the highest capacity hard drive in the industry and is a 3.5-inch SATA unit, spinning at 7,200rpm. Seagate is carefully not saying how many platters there are inside it. Has it actually managed to reach the TB-per-platter area density level it bragged it was ready to productise in May? At that time a 3TB GoFlex used a 5-platter disk drive.
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