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SEAGATE ULTRA MOBILE HDD POWERS HAIER COMPUTER’S FIRST 13-INCH TABLET/PC,
THE SAILING P13A
Super-slim, 5mm HDD Provides Lenovo Multimode PC with 500GB of Storage at an Affordable Price
NEW DELHI – January 10, 2014: Seagate Technology (NASDAQ: STX), a worldwide leader in storage solutions, has
announced that its Seagate® Ultra Mobile HDD will be utilized in the latest generation of Haier Computer’s 13-inch
Tablet/PC – the Sailing P13A. The company also disclosed that Haier Computer has selected Seagate hard disk drives
(HDD) to be the standard in all of its PC products.
“Seagate has an ongoing strategic alliance with Haier and is committed to jointly delivering industry-leading PC products
that consumers desire – and the Sailing P13A does just that,” said Sandy Sun, Seagate’s vice president and general manager
for China. “Outfitted with the Seagate Ultra Mobile HDD, the P13A enables Haier to comfortably integrate high-capacity
storage into its Tablet/PC enabling users to enjoy their content in a tablet form factor at home, on-the-go, wherever.”
Delivering the similar power, performance and reliability of a flash device, when integrated into a tablet the Seagate Ultra
Mobile HDD provides up to 7x the storage capacity of a traditional 64GB tablet. It features up to 500GB of capacity
delivering the highest capacity available in a small, ultra-thin form factor while supporting over 100,000 photos, 125,000
songs or 62 hours of high-definition video and movies.
“Our relationship with Seagate extends over ten years, a partnership that has enabled us to deliver some of the most
dynamic, cutting-edge products in the industry as well as fuel growth in China for both companies,” said Zhou Zhaolin,
general manager of Haier Computer. “A truly ground-breaking product, the Sail P13A delivers high-capacity storage in one
of the thinnest, lightest Tablet/PC form factors available on the market today and is a perfect example of our strategic
alliance.”
To further reinforce reliability for mobile devices, the Seagate Ultra Mobile HDD integrates Seagate’s own Zero Gravity™
Sensor providing better shock management. Incorporated power modes support the drive in sleep, standby and idle enabling
it to consume as low as 0.14W and support the long battery life demanded by tablets.
Leveraging the company’s experience with ultra-portable applications like iPods, MP3 players, and handheld video
recorders, the newly-engineered Seagate 2.5-inch Ultra Mobile HDD is just 5mm thin while weighing in at a mere 3.3oz –
about the same as a light bulb. Its slim, rugged design allows it to be utilized in new emerging applications like convertible
and detachable storage.
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About Haier
Haier was founded in 1984. In the last 28 years, Haier transformed itself into the No. 1 global home appliance brand. In
2012, Haier’s global revenue and profit reached RMB 16.31 billion and RMB 9 billion respectively. Based on the statistics
of Euromonitor International, a world leader in strategy research for consumer markets, Haier has been the No. 1 global
home appliance brand four years in a row. On the 2012 “World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies” list released by the
Boston Consulting Group, Haier is the only Chinese company in the top 10 and the No. 1 consumer product retailer. Learn
more at www.haier.com.
Seagate Ultra Mobile HDD Powers Haier Computer’s First 13-Inch Tablet/PC, The Sailing P13A
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