Seagate 200 GB 8MB buffer 89.99 AR
Posted Nov 7, 2004 - 7:26 pm
How does Seagate's reliability compare to Maxtor?
Many consider them to superior in many ways. It seems that in general there is a higher stability rate with the Seagates. They have a five-year warranty vs. three (or so) for Maxtor. In addition, the Seagates are supposed to be much quieter then all other manufacturers.
Posted Nov 10, 2004 - 1:33 pm
Posted Nov 10, 2004 - 3:00 pm
When you're ready to buy an HDTV I would suggest researching models on AVSForum.com then find the best deal on Buy-HDTV.com (temporarily offline).
And sometime early next year I'll be in the market for an HDTV monitor (at least 42") to go with my new/planned DirecTV HD upgrade for the new living room in the new house
Lately I have been drooling over JVC HD-ILA Rear Projection Televisions, wow. The "low end" JVC HD-52Z575 can be found for $3,000.00 but that's a lot of dough.
Hopefully I can find a decent 42" model with all the bells and whistles for around $1,500.00
Posted Nov 10, 2004 - 3:31 pm
Posted Nov 10, 2004 - 10:05 pm
While I do not work for Seagate, am aware of at least one new product soon to be released. Seagate has a 2.5" 7200 RPM line due out this fall - the Momentus 7200.1 (Seagate's new naming convention uses a .x to signify the drive generation), available in 40GB, 60GB, and 100GB sizes.
Hey once you learn about all the new models, technologies, please pass on your knowledge to us
News regarding the 7200.1 drives can be found here. Specifications found here (.PDF).
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