Seagate will launch a wireless USB portable hard drive at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco this week. The company revealed a prototype of a 1.8-inch wireless USB drive at CES in January, and surprises us with this 2.5-inch portable wireless USB hard drive that it will be showing in the next day or two. No word on transfer speed or availability, but it looks a lot like the Seagate wireless USB drive we saw at CES which was capable of a 480Mbps link. At the time, the company said it would be a year before it would ship. Looks like things could be moving along more quickly than expected.
Seagate launches new hard drives at IDF [MobileMag]