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Imprimis 94186-383h Hard drive?

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Would like to have the specs on this.  Amybody know?
I think Imprimis is now owned by Seagate

Joe Perkinton
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Imprimis was CDC, and was later absorbed by Seagate.

See the following for complete specs:

http://www.seagate.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi?/esdi/st4384e.txt

It's ESDI so if you need a controller for it you will have to do some hunting.  They never were very popular and haven't been made in a while now.
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Ok and Thank you.  I searched from seagates site but didn't come
up with anything.  I got a controller with it.  Its a real
boat anchor but it was cheap.  Thanks again
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