Seagate announced in its recent press-release that they've developed the technology that allows them to pack 1 terabit (1 trillion bits) per square inch which will bring the capacity of the hard drives to a whooping 60 terabytes for 3.5 and 20 terabytes for 2.5 laptop models. There is a catch, this technology is new and it will take them nearly 10 years to bring such capacities to the market. Meanwhile, we are expected to see the current maximum of 3 Terabytes increase to at least 6 within the next couple of years. Bigger capacity harddrives — yeah! Still have a high propensity to fail — nay… Still this is a great news!