Closed Seagate announces 160 GB perpendicular notebook hard drive Tags: Notebooks Hard Drives Seagate Anonymous April 15, 2008 7:57:12 PM Seagate today announced its first commercial hard drive that uses perpendicular recording technology. The new 2.5" form factor Momentus 5400.3 drive stores 160 GB on two platters and will be available in volume in February. Seagate announces 160 GB perpendicular notebook hard drive : Read more More about : seagate announces 160 perpendicular notebook hard drive Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm 160 GB Hard drive Forum Notebook HDDs Deluxe: 160 GB by Fujitsu, Seagate, Toshiba Forum Solvedmy 160 GB hard drive is not showing in the my computer panel when connected through SATA IDE cable but it is moving when conn Forum My 160 gb seagate hard disk is showing low Forum i have a dell latitude d600 laptop there is 1.50 GB ram 1.60 processor 32 MB video memory bios A13 40 GB hard drive i have ins Forum SolvedFried Hard Drive - Seagate Expansion 500gb Forum Seagate 160 gb drive won\'t format past 48% Forum What default allocation size should be used with 160 GB internal Hard drive? Forum Seagate 160Gb external drive Forum SolvedSeagate 7200.12 500gb hard drive failure Forum how do i clone everything i have on my 160gb hard disk drive running on windows 7 os to a new hard disk drive of 250gb hard di Forum SolvedCan I put a 2.5 inch 160 GB hard drive in a thinkpad t23 Forum Hard Drive Failure Older iomega powered hard drive DHD-160U 160 GB old hd wiht valuable pics. Forum old 160 gb hard drive any good to use to improve new build hdds Forum SolvedSeagate 750GB Barracuda 32MB, WD Blue 750GB 32MB or 64mb Hard drive for daily computing and gaming. Forum iomega 160GB eGo USB 2.0 Portable Hard Drive Forum is the hdd hard drive in a sony hdr-xr160 160gb sata? Forum SolvedHow to repair seagate 500gb external hard drive Forum Bad sectors problem - Seagate FreeAgent 500gb extrernal hard drive Forum Hitachi Deskstar 7K160 / 160GB / 3.5 inch / IDE / Internal Hard Drive Forum More resources !