Seagate’s slick new storage for Mac and PC (Photos 1/9)

Sep 06, 2007
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(1/9) SILVER AND BLACK. Seagate (STX), the largest maker of hard drives, today unveiled a line of Maxtor OneTouch 4 drives that bring some style to home data storage ($100 - $360). The drives, which work both with Apple's (AAPL) Macs and with PCs running Microsoft (MSFT) Windows, are the latest example of the company's determination to distance itself from competitors such as Western Digital (WDC). How? By becoming a fashionable brand rather than just a component supplier. Will this look make it happen? || NEXT>>

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