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Seagate launch 8GB CompactFlash 1inch Drive in the UK

These high-capacity, Seagate 1-inch photo hard drives are the perfect storage solution for professional and enthusiast photographers. 1st Cameras launch price is just 99.99

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Seagate launch 8GB CompactFlash 1inch Drive in the UK
Press Release:
Available in 4GB and 8GB capacities, these ultra-fast 3600-RPM drives with 2-Mbyte cache means you can quickly store / back-up thousands of high-resolution photos without changing the card. And with their rugged design and world-renowned Seagate quality, you can count on data integrity and protection from drops and falls
 
Seagate conducts extensive testing to ensure compatibility with devices covering a wide range of applications from digital cameras, PDAs and notebooks to printers and card readers.

Call 1st Cameras on 01782 634580 to order the Seagate  8GB version for just £99.99 inc vat or visit www.1stcameras.com
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Comments


LAF 19 1.7k
That's an amazing Gb/ ratio! Like the good old days of Microdrives ;o)

Will be interesting to see how they fare in terms of speed and reliability.
Big Bri 21 16.7k United Kingdom
Wonder if Pete can get us a few to do long term tests with ?
This drive is supposed to be much more durable than previous Microdrives.

I'll be getting one in to test to see if this is the case.

Seagate have produced a video explaining the technologies used to help make this drive more durable here (It's an 8MB file, so it may take a while to download.)

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