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Seagate Intros FreeAgent Drives for Macs
Monday, September 15, 2008 - 7:09 AM EST
Posted by: Glenn

Seagate today introduced its new FreeAgent Desk for Mac and FreeAgent Go for Mac external hard drives. According to the company, the drives are both formatted for use with Mac OS X out of the box and are Time Machine ready with FireWire800/400 or USB 2.0 connectivity. The FreeAgent Go for Mac also comes with a docking station and carrying case. It's available in 250GB and 320GB capacities, with prices starting $160. The FreeAgent Desk for Mac is offered in capacities of 500GB, 1TB and 1.5TB. Prices for it start at $170. Both drives will be available at retail starting this month.

It should be noted that Seagate also introduced standard FreeAgent Desk and Go drives in multiple colors and capacities today. They look nice as well.

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