CES 2008: Seagate PipelineHD: 1TB, quiet hard drives for DVRs

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Product Name: Seagate PipelineHD Series Hard Disc Drives
Description: A hard drive that’s specifically built for high def DVRs with (initially) up to 1TB in storage space
Price: TBA
In-store date: First-half of 2008
Site: Seagate
Why it’s cool: Because storing high def, DVR’d content takes up an obscene amount of space. PipelineHD is not only large enough for 200 hours, or 8.3 days, of high-def content, but it uses propreitary technology to be as quiet as possible—nothing kills the charm of movies like “Once” like the ear-piercing sound of HDD access.

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