Seagate Seven Portable Hard Drive

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Seagate Technology is celebrating the 35th anniversary of the original 5.25-inch hard disk for PCs with the release of the Seagate Seven Portable Hard Drive.

Not only is the world’s thinnest 500 GB portable hard drive to hit the market, it’s also the most gorgeous. The name of the device refers to the size, with the HDD measuring in at a 7mm depth. The USB 3.0 drive features 500GB of storage, and is enclosed in a case made entirely of steel. Not only does this provide protection, but it also allows labels and other information to be stamped right onto the product during its manufacturing process. The ultra thin drive is based on the 5-mm Angsana drive, and will be hitting the retail market later this month with a sticker price of $99.

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