Seagate has hit an industry milestone today with the announcement that it has begun shipping the world's fastest 6TB 3.5-inch hard disk drive in Australia.
The new thin, low-power hard drive is designed specifically for mobile devices.
The new drive offers a low-cost alternative to SSDs and is targeted for use in its OEM partners' ultrathin notebooks and tablets.
Due up for preorder some time this month, the 500GB drive would cost $110, while the console's 320GB version goes for $130.
Looking for a standard 2.5-inch hard drive that offers 500GB but is just 5mm thick? Seagate's $89 Laptop Ultrathin HDD is the answer.
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Seagate announces the availability of its 4TB Desktop HDD internal hard drive that offers capacity and performance at a lower cost.
This week, Australia's retailers are spruiking their little gaming bundles of joy -- including deals for Wii U fans -- and Dick Smith is cutting prices as tax time nears.
Gigabyte's X7 gets an upgrade since it first appeared at CES 2014, while the X3 Plus makes a claim for a "world's most powerful" status.
Think, McFly, think! What's a crazy-fun way to cover the theme from the 1980s classic sci-fi comedy flick "Back to the Future"? With disk drives, of course.
This week we're going strong on home theatre, TVs and computing, with a few fun deals to bring out your inner child.