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Seagate unveils massive 10TB hard drives to meet all storage needs

Three new 10TB 3.5-inch hard drives designed for desktops, NAS servers and surveillance applications.

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The three new 10TB hard drives from Seagate.

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If you're looking to greatly increase the storage capacity of your desktop computer, NAS server or surveillance recorder, Seagate's got you covered.

The company today announced not one but three new 10TB hard drives: the Barracuda Pro, the IronWolf and SkyHawk. These drives belong to an all-new Guadian series and are currently the highest capacity consumer-grade desktop hard drives on the market.

According to Seagate, the Barracuda Pro 10TB desktop drive is a high performer that spins at 7,200RPM and includes a five-year warranty. The IronWolf 10TB NAS drive is a "tough, ready and salable" drive that's designed specifically for network attached storage (NAS) servers. It has rotational vibration (RV) sensors to to reduce vibration in multidrive systems, RAID optimization and power-saving features. Finally, the SkyHawk 10TB Surveillance drive is similar to the IronWolf but is designed as a 24-7 host of storage for surveillance cameras, supporting high-resolution images from multiple cameras simultaneously.

All of the new drives have the standard 3.5-inch (desktop) design and support the latest SATA 3 (6Gbps) standard. The Barracuda Pro and the IronWolf are available now at the suggested prices of $534.99 (£406, AU$714 converted) and 469.99 (£357, AU$627), respectively. The SkyHawk will be released later this year and will cost $459.99 (£349, AU$614.)