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    The Oldest Working Seagate Drive In The UK


    Seagate reckons it has found the oldest working Seagate disk drive in the UK: a 28-year-old ST-412 disk drive from 1983.
    A desktop PC today could use a 3TB Barracuda disk: five platters with 10 read/write heads, spinning at 7,200rpm, and costing 190. In /GB terms the ST-412 costs 26,300/GB while the Barracuda costs 0.06/GB. The recently launched GoFlex Slim costs 0.25/GB...
    Source: It's the oldest working Seagate drive in the UK ? The Register

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