Here are all the models currently in the database for this manufacturer and drive width. Entries are sorted into sections based on platter density, and then manufacturer drive family.

Some tips:

Drives using odd sizes are sorted into whatever size category that's closest. For example, drives using 150GB platters are sorted into the 160GB/platter section, and drives using 200GB platters are sorted into the 250GB/platter section.
The total capacity of the drive is shown beside each drive model.
A platter-head ratio is shown next to the total capacity tag in brackets. For example, a drive with a (1/2) ratio has one disk and two read/write heads. Drives that leave some amount of their platters unused in order to fit into a certain capacity (such as a 320GB drive based on a 500GB platter and two heads, which would have ~180GB space unusable) are marked as [short-stroked] next to the platter-head ratio accordingly.
Any special features (increased rotational speed, interface types, unusual platter designs and stuff like that) are noted where necessary.

This section was last updated on 06/30/2016.

60GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 60GB of data apiece.)

Lyrion ST18.1 (3600RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA/66 interface)

ST730212DE 30GB (1/1)
ST730212DEG 30GB (1/1)
ST740211DE 40GB (1/2 [short-stroked])*
ST760211DE 60GB (1/2)
ST760211DEG 60GB (1/2)
Note: The Lyrion ST18.1 is Seagate's first, and seemingly only, line of 1.8" drives. These are quite common and Seagate appears to still be making and selling them in some countries (as of 11/20/09.) A 160GB/platter Lyrion ST18.2 would be very interesting, but alas we probably won't ever see it.
Note 2: The "DEG" suffix marks free fall sensor-equipped models.
*Note: The 40GB model appears to be super rare and does not appear on the official Seagate datasheet. Instead it is listed in the huge product manual.

Lyrion ST18.1 (3600RPM, 2MB cache, CE-ATA interface)

ST730212CA 30GB (1/1)
ST760211CA 60GB (1/2)
Note: Same as the "DE"-suffix drives, but with a CE-ATA interface instead of the familiar (for 1.8" models at least) ZIF ATA.

Posted by RML527 at 6:24 PM