A company called Lacie has officially unveiled a one terabyte hard drive. The 5.25" drive, which should become available in February, will sell for about US$1,200. This 11-pound device supports USB 2.0 and FireWire, and has an average seek time of only 10 milliseconds. The price/capacity ratio of this device (over $1 per gigabyte) isn't particularly impressive, and the drive's 7,200 RPM mean that data access may not be quite as fast as with the 10,000 and 15,000 RPM drives that are now available. Link: http://www.geek.com/news/geeknews/2004Jan/bch20040115023453.htm 1TB Hard Drive @ $1200 = $1.17/GB (1024/1200) if 1GB=1024MB 1TB Hard Drive @ $1200 = $0.83/GB (1000/1200) if 1GB=1000MB (depending on what Lacie considers a GB) Not bad at all.