Seagate Desktop HDD.15 Pro Reviews
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Seagate Desktop HDD.15 Reviews5
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"The 4TB Seagate Desktop HDD resists that forthcoming change, and its massive four-terabyte capacity paired to the future-proof SATA 6Gb/s interface will certainly help punctuate this. The affordable cost to capacity ratio puts the Desktop HDD series ahead of SSDs, while still offering respectable bandwidth performance speeds for modern computer systems."
"The Desktop HDD.15 4TB did manage to impress us. It's not a terrible idea to make a 4TB disk 5900rpm instead of something faster. When you want that type of volume, you don't buy it for speed. If you add an SSD alongside the Desktop HDD.15 4TB, you have the best of both worlds. Keeping the hard disk slower also keeps down the price, as 4.1 eurocent per GB is in line with the Western Digital Caviar Green 3TB, which isn't available in 4TB. It's an excellent disk in other words."
"The HDD.15 4TB has been created for one purpose: to help solidify Seagate’s future in the quickly changing storage marketplace. In this, they have succeeded in creating a great secondary drive which is packed with capacity and retains its performance without costing a fortune. While we would think long and hard about using this drive as a computer system’s only long term storage device, for most other tasks it would be very high on our list."
"For it’s fantastic value and ample performance, Seagate’s Desktop HDD.15 4TB earns one of our Editor’s Choice awards."
"The Desktop HDD.15 is Seagate’s first desktop drive boasting a massive 4 TB capacity. When combine that big storage space with conservative thermals and efficiency-friendly power use, you get an ideal target for user data on the desktop. Hook it up next to a 128 or 256 GB SSD and enjoy the best of both worlds. It's also right at home in external direct-attached storage devices (DAS) and NAS appliances."