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Seagate Adds Encryption To Laptop Drive
Contributed by: SHA, at 6/13/2005 02:13:00 PM.

Seagate Technology has announced the industry's first 2.5-inch disc drive built on perpendicular recording technology - a 160GB notebook PC giant with 25% more capacity than the largest capacity notebook drive currently available.
This expansion of Seagate's family of Momentus notebook drives further closes the capacity and performance gap between desktop and notebook PC hard drives as more users replace aging desktop systems with notebook computers.
Seagate's new Momentus 5400 FDE hard drive will use hardware-based Full Disc Encryption (FDE) to provide strong data protection and requires only a user key to encrypt all data, not just selected files or partitions, on the drive.


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