Jul 15, 2005
The concert will take place at "Alice," the live jazz cafe located in the Hongik University, on July 15, 2005. The event will feature two sessions: one with fantastic live music from local jazz band Bossanova Project Band and the second with jazz music spun by KBS-1 FM DJ and jazz expert Hwang Deok-ho, who will also share his extensive knowledge and perspective on jazz past and present.
Seagate continues to deliver its best in class products and customer support programs to the Korean market, as evidenced by its recent introduction here of ten new breakthrough hard disc drives covering the full spectrum of data storage applications. Seagate and its Korean partners continually strive to ensure that the data storage needs of Korean IT consumers are addressed by Seagate's industry-leading products and services.
Seagate recently announced that it is making available retail products for the Korean market. These include USB 2.0 Pocket Hard Drive (1-inch / 2.5GB, 5GB), Portable External HDD (2.5-inch / 40, 60, 80, 100, 120GB), External HDD (3.5-inch / 80GB-500GB) and CompactFlash Photo Hard Drive (4GB, 8GB).
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