Brian Dexheimer, Seagate’s executive VP for sales and marketing, says, “We will be making announcements in the next 30 days around the entire range: 3.5 inch to sub-2.5-inch.” At the 10,000-rpm enterprise drive level, expect 73GB to 300GB capacity levels, using the existing 4-platter design.
The company will also announce new 7200-rpm drives. Dexheimer says to expect 120GB and 300GB+ capacity points. Dexheimer also confirmed that Seagate will enter the sub-notebook area where the current form factors are 1.8 inch, 1.0 inch, and 0.85 inch.
Seagate expects to make a formal announcment sometime in June.
Read more at PC World.