Seagate shows off a few new things including a brand new, thinner, GoFlex Drive, a new firmware update for GoFlex TV Media Player HD users which includes a new iPhone/iPod control app, and a bunch of new Mac focused GoFlex drives which include a driver that lets PCs write to it too. Other new products included a new “Data Lunch Box” product which is basically a pair of Seagate drives running in RAID 0 inside a GoFlex enclosure. Seems to give SSDs a run for the money at a lower cost.
They also announced a new storage capacity for the BlackArmor NAS which has recently been updated to 12 TB support and now allows full Mac OSX Time Machine backup and restore over network. They also announced their partnership with ioSAFE with a new BlackArmor product that is built to disaster proof your data.