Storage solutions giant Seagate is launching the thinnest external hard disk in the world, in addition to hard disk Mobile And a handset that claims to address our storage problems around the house
CES Exhibition Is now at its peak, and Seagate does not miss the opportunity. In some of the solutions storage In its newcomers, the company launches what it defines as "the thinnest portable hard disk in the world", simply named "Seven". The hard disk Seven, which the company decided to brand so according to its impressive thickness of only 7 millimeters, comes with a capacity of 500 GB and connection USB 3.0 for wider use with mobile devices of all kinds.
The exterior of the Hard Seven is made of stainless steel, which gives the engine a high durability and even a particularly sexy appearance, with a weight of just 90 grams, another impressive achievement for the Seagate with its slim hard disk. Seagate is pricing its hard disk with only NIS 99, a price that is really expensive for the market in this capacity, but taking into consideration the ultra-thin and convenient structure for mobility, in addition to device compatibility Mobile With theUSB 3.0 built into the drive, it's not a bad price at all. Further details regarding the drive specifications have not yet been revealed by the company, but we believe that an "ultra-mobile" hard disk that rotates at 5,400rpm will be used here with the entry of SATA III, the same hard disk that Seagate announced in September 2013.
If you prefer a solution that is still mobile but less cumbersome, introduce Seagate Wireless. In its simple name (a trend that we also see with the Seven Hard Disk), the wireless drive is a portable 500 gigabyte drive as well, but compared to its thin brother it comes with wireless capabilities that allow access through special applications for mobile (and wireless) Of course) on platforms like iOS, Android And windows 8. The wireless drive comes with a physical connection type USB 2.0, and according to existing information can not be activated in the mode radio And at the same time wires.
The wireless drive works by creating its own wireless network, where it can stream files (such as videos and images) to other smartphones and mobile devices, again with Seagate's dedicated application. Except for mobile devices, the external storage of the drive can be connected to supporting TVs, consoles and laptops to enable functions similar to devices such as Google's Chromcast orApple S homepage! Dark (De) and enjoy its media in a portable and completely wireless way.
The new wireless drive Seagate (130), which again translates into a price that is expensive for the market and for the storage space it receives, but a drive definitely presents an impressive size for what it provides.
But of course, there is one more thing. In addition to the slim Seven-Drive and the compact and wireless Wireless Drive, Seagate Launches the "Personal Cloud" drive radio Also comes in much larger volumes of three to five terabytes, or in volumes of four, six and eight gigabytes per version with two internal drives.
The basic idea behind the Personal Drive is continuous, continuous backup. With full support of Apple's Time Machine backup software for Mac computers, Seagate's new backup drive will back up all the contents on your Mac or PC computers, as well as the ability to back up this information to web storage services like Amazon S3, Dropbox, Google Drive and more.
The Personal Drive comes with a manager Apps, With which it can be installed Apps Such as BitTorrent Sync to use the drive more directly for purposes storage Various. You can also use your home backup drive Seagate As a means to stream media to supported devices, but its backup capabilities, in addition to a price tag that starts with 170 only, make the Personal Drive a real backup monster.
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