Seagate had done a fantastic job with the Barracuda 7200.10 series in terms of performance as well as storage space – 750GB is truly a fantastic feat of engineering – and with the use of all the latest SATA technologies and the inclusion of perpendicular recording, things are only going to get better from now on for the poor old hard disk, which is definitely receives great levels of attention by Seagate.
The drive is not cheap coming in at around $400 USD (about $560 AUD in Australia) but indeed you get what you pay for. It’s the only drive on the market with this massive amount of storage space and your drive is covered by Seagate’s excellent customer service with 5 years warranty, which only makes the whole deal even sweeter, in our opinion. Seagate’s line of 7200.10 drives is a brilliant product and come fully recommended.
Looking for some massive storage?
If you are tired of filling up those piddly 300GB and 400GB hard drives, head on over and read the review about this 750GB drive from Seagate.