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Seagate 4TB GoFlex

09/06/2011, Seagate has just announced its 4TB GoFlex external drive (7200rpm), which is a record amount of storage for a the GoFlex family. This is big enough to store 2000 HD movies, and is room more music than most people would ever own. Incidentally, this is also...

GoFlex Turbo Hard Drive Comes With Data Recovery

08/08/2011, Seagate has just announced a new external 500GB to 750GB GoFlex Turbo HDD  drive that comes with USB 3.0 and a 7200rpm rotation speed. However, the more interesting part is that a one-time data recovery service from SafetyNet is included with the drive....

GoFlex For Mac External Drives

01/04/2011, [CES 2011] Seagate launched a new collection of GoFlex for Mac external drives specifically designed to be used with OS X and Time Machine. The new hard drives are HFS+ are formatted out of the box to be fully compatible with Apple Time Machine while...

Seagate Slimmest GoFlex Drive Prototype – 9 mm

01/04/2011, [CES 2011] CES is all about showing off more performances in smaller packages when it comes to mobility. Seagate is showcasing its thin GoFlex 2.5 inch hard drive prototype, at 9 mm, it is 38%  slimmer  than the current ultra-portable Goflex drives. The...

Seagate GoFlex Certified Storage System for Third Parties

01/04/2011, [CES 2011] Seagate is announcing  Certified  GoFlex Storage System, its certification process to qualify products that will feature GoFlex drive slots, the program  aims to certify both slot-based devices and third-party external storage modules. First...

Seagate GoFlex Home Announced

07/19/2010, Seagate has been steadily releasing new products, and this new GoFlex Home is for regular folks with an appetite for storage. Available in 1TB or 2TB, it connects via a local network with Windows, Mac computers (Time Machine compatible) or DLNA devices...

Seagate GoFlex Drive Connects To Almost Everything

05/05/2010, Seagate just launched FreeAgent GoFlex, a new line of external hard drives that can connect to most interfaces (USB 2.0, USB 3.0, FireWire 400, FireWire 800, and eSATA) so that users get the most of the connectivity they have on their computers. To...