The Seagate product page of the Seven now shows the thickness (length) of the drive as being 7mm, rather than the originally reported 9.6mm. The article below has been corrected.
Later this month, Seagate will release what I have to call the best looking portable USB hard drive I've seen in a long time.
The Seagate Seven is a 7.0mm thin USB 3.0 portable disk drive in a steel enclosure that borrows the design language from the Seagate's early internal 3.5" disk drives. The drive will, without a doubt, look at home on your desk next to your Apple aluminum keyboard.
Mac uses will instantly recognize the metal case as being similar to the default Macintosh HD icon that appears on the Finder desktop.
You can pre-order the Seagate Seven now for $99.99 and it is expected to go on sale later this month. For more information, visit the Seagate website.
[Via The Verge.com...]