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Seagate unveils new drives

Hard-drive manufacturer Seagate unveiled on Wednesday two new models for the business market. Seagate announced the Cheetah X15-36LP a 15,000rpm drive that comes with Ultra320 SCSI and 2-gigabit Fibre Channel interfaces. The X15-36LP will come in 18GB and 36GB capacities and will cost $395 and $750, respectively, when they become available in the second quarter of 2001. Seagate also announced the Cheetah 36ES for entry-level business use. The drive will spin at 10,000rpm and come in 18GB and 36GB capacities for $335 and $550, respectively. The 36ES is also expected to be available in the second quarter.

Hard-drive manufacturer Seagate unveiled on Wednesday two new models for the business market. Seagate announced the Cheetah X15-36LP a 15,000rpm drive that comes with Ultra320 SCSI and 2-gigabit Fibre Channel interfaces. The X15-36LP will come in 18GB and 36GB capacities and will cost $395 and $750, respectively, when they become available in the second quarter of 2001. Seagate also announced the Cheetah 36ES for entry-level business use. The drive will spin at 10,000rpm and come in 18GB and 36GB capacities for $335 and $550, respectively. The 36ES is also expected to be available in the second quarter.