Seagate has also joined the league of 2TB drive producers with the announcement of Constellation ES drives. The 2TB 3.5-inch Constellation ES HDD boasts speed, storage and enterprise level security. Seagate is touting that this drive is the only one to run at 7200-rpm carrying such huge storage capacity. There’s also an optional self-encrypting drive technology available and PowerChoice enabled for lower power consumption. The Constellation ES family also includes 500GB and 1TB options and will be released in Q3 2009.
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