Seagate's FreeAgent lineup of data movers hit the market
byDarren Murph||March 27th 2007 at 4:12pmMarch 27th 2007 4:12 pm
Although Seagate has long been viewed as a hard drive producer, advocate of pornographic archival (or not), and little more, the company is looking to break new ground by unleashing its family of FreeAgent "data movers." Just under three months after being introduced to the world, the FreeAgent Go Small, Go, Desktop Drive, and Pro are all hitting the market, ready to take your computing comfort zone along with you wherever you may roam. Still ranging in size from 12GB all the way to three-quarters of a terabyte in size, these stylish drives all share a relatively small footprint, USB 2.0 connectivity, and the ability carry your critical documents, bookmarks, passwords, and other personal material from one PC to the next in a secure manner. So if you've been itching for a fairly attractive form of external storage, and don't mind the data moving capabilities being thrown in, you can reportedly snag one of these devices now from around $140 to just under $500.