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Monday, 4 March 2013

The Seagate drives stops producing 2.5-inch 7200 rpm

The Seagate will stop the production of hard drives 2.5 inch with rotational speed 7200 rpm, since the SSD increasingly gaining importance in portable devices, like the desktop systems.

The news was revealed by David Burks, director of marketing and product manager of Seagate Technology, who said that at the end of 2013 the company will stop producing the aforementioned models of hard drives.

The discs of 7200 revolutions per minute have another opponent: the hybrid models, which are conventional hard drives that incorporate flash memory to increase performance.

The SSD increasingly gaining importance, especially in the category of ultrabooks for which is almost one-way, while small manufacturers who want increased performance compared with conventional models but keeping costs low, prefer hybrid models.

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