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November 9, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Seagate Technology Corp, Scotts Valley, has moved to fill the serious hole in its product line by bringing out ST1096 family of high performance, low power 3.5 Winchesters. Packaged for small footprint systems, the line requires only 60% of the power needed by conventional AT class drives, and has an average access time of 24mS. All models feature a 30,000 hour mean time between failures and the line consists of the ST151 with 42Mb of formatted capacity with an ST412 interface, MFM encoding, and an internal transfer rate of 5Mbits-per-second. The ST177N and ST1096N feature an embedded SCSI interface, with 60Mb and 83Mb of formatted capacity, 1:1 interleave support, and an internal transfer rate of 7.5Mbits-per-second. The family uses a Seagate voice coil actuator with closed loop dedicated servo, and sputtered thin-film medium. No prices or delivery date were given.

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