If you are looking to add some high density hard drive space to your computer, Network Attached Storage (NAS) or USB/Thunderbolt External Drive enclosure you can now celebrate. 6TB drives from  Seagate and Western Digital announced this week allow you to put 6TB in 3.5-inch enclosure spaces that until recently, only could handle 4TB. Even better, Seagate is going very aggressive with 6TB capacity starting prices below $300. Seagate is also pushing Server models in its LaCie subsidiary. If you are a Western Digital type of person, their Helium drives require a bit more spend.

Also new to the market is Toshiba’s 5TB Drives which we spotted for under $190 in USB 3 form factor for the first time this week.

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3 Responses to “6TB hard drives from Seagate and Western Digital hit store shelves starting under $300, 5TB Toshiba USB 3 under $190”

  1. Da Ber says:

    You do realize that the He drive is HITACHI not western digital right?

  2. Such a classic example of getting what you pay for.