Ever since we took a look at the Black Armor External Hard Drive last year, we've been anxious to see what else Seagate has in store for the line. Today, they announced three new additions to the BlackArmor line of externals: a NAS server, an external desktop drive, and a new portable HDD.
- The BlackArmor NAS 220 Storage Server is designed for small businesses and home networks that need one place to park their data. The package includes licenses for up to five different computers to protect up to 20 systems, and you can purchase more on Seagate's Web site as well. It'll be available late July in 2TB for $450 and 4TB for $700.
- The BlackArmor WS 110 is simply an external hard drive with both eSATA and USB 2.0 ports for versatile connectivity. Inside the drive, you'll also find the SafetyDrill software preinstalled for full-system backups and file recovery. The "piano black" enclosure can be laid flat on a desk or stand vertically to save space in a busy workspace. These drives are shipping now at $160 for 1TB and $310 for 2TB.
- Finally, the BlackArmor PS 110 portable hard drive looks a lot like the Seagate FreeAgent Go that earned an Editors' Choice for its thin design and affordability. The PS 110 remains 12.5mm thin and comes in 500GB for $160.
Look for full reviews of all products coming soon, but in the meantime check out the slideshow below for detailed shots of all three drives.