Someone reviewed a stealth HDD that’s not supposed to exist – meet Seagate’s very unique 25TB hard drive, so special it’s not listed anywhere, and won’t work with Windows or Mac

Browse through Seagate’s repertoire of enterprise hard drives and you’ll see some of the best HDDs you can buy, but one that’s absent from its listings and nearly impossible to get ahold of is the Exos X26z. 

This 3.5-inch 25TB enterprise hard drive is unlike any other, in that it’s a host-managed shingled magnetic recording (HM-SMR) unit, and doesn’t work on either Windows or MacOS – the two most popular desktop operating systems. Instead, you’ll need a Linux distro to successfully integrate into your IT infrastructure.

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