I was surfing the Chinese web sights and came across this. BEIJING, April 28(Xinhuanet)-- The California storage giant Seagate on Wednesday introduced its Barracuda 7200.10, the first computer desktop hard disk to reach the 750-gigabyte storage mark, being 50 percent larger than the previous 500-gigabyte marker leader. The new 7,200-rpm Barracuda can hold some 25 DVDs, 50 hours of home video, 15,000 songs, 15,000 digital pictures, and 50 computer games-- and still have 300 GB of free space left over. The record-setting product is based on a cutting-edge technology called"perpendicular recording," which stacks bits vertically on the surface of the drive instead of horizontally, enabling Seagate to achieve greater data density and higher transfer speeds without increasing the speed of the drive's spindle. Perpendicular recording provides up to a five-fold increase in storage capacity over earlier magnetic-recording techniques, according to Seagate spokesperson Michael Hall. Seagate said the new, bigger Barracuda line-- now shipping worldwide for a price of 599 U.S. dollars-- is aimed at meeting the demand for more and more digital storage among consumers and organizations. http://english.sina.com/technology/p/1/2006/0428/74242.html This has got to be cool for those needing massive storage capabilties.