Two Portable Flextop Computer Models Incorporate Additional SATA HDDs for Enhanced Data Throughput Rates and Storage

Nashua, NH - June 14, 2007 -

NextComputing, high performance portable computer manufacturers, announce the incorporation of additional 160GB/7200 RPM SATA drives on two of their flextop computer models, the NextDimension Evo and Pro series. Both models utilize the benefits of Seagate Technology's Momentus 7200.2 HDDs to maximize storage and throughput in the small, mobile flextop chassis.

The NextDimension Evo series now incorporates up to (16) internal hard drives; (10) in the user-accessible bay, (4) in a fixed location, and (2) quick-time removable drives. The Pro series can now support up to (6) drives in the user-accessible expansion bay as well as (2) quick-time removable drives.

"The number of drives combined with the performance of top of the line processors make these systems, particularly the Evo, ideal for applications requiring high-throughput data streaming, such as portable studios, sniffers, traffic generators, or data recorders."

"Seagate is pleased to be working with NextComputing to deliver unprecedented performance for mobile computing."

About NextComputing

One of the first in a unique breed of technology companies to specialize in high-performance, small form factor, portable computing solutions, the company invented the flextop, a personal supercomputer offering open standards, modular architecture in a package the size of a small briefcase.

Bob Labadini
President and CTO

Joni Clark
Product Marketing Manager
Seagate Technologies

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