In pictures: 30 years of Seagate storage

To celebrate its 30th anniversary, Seagate put together a museum of hard drives that reach back to the company's inception.

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Seagate also took the opportunity to show off some of its more recent consumer storage devices, like its BlackArmor external hard drives, network-attached storage devices, Replica backup drive and [[Artnid:325473|FreeAgent Theater+|Review: Seagate FreeAgent Theater+ media streamer]]. Notably missing was the Pulsar, Seagate's first solid-state drive. Announced last month, the drive will only be available to OEM manufacturers and is designed purely for enterprise use.

The BlackArmor PS 110 is the [[Artnid:331643|first USB3.0 hard drive|First USB 3.0 hard drives to reach Australia soon]] by Seagate, though don't expect to see it in Australia for a few months.

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