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  • Seagate external hard drive
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    I had an external hard disk for backup for a long time. However, the company no longer supported it and I had to look for something else. In my search I came across a external hard drive from Seagate, I am familiar with their products which have been very reliable. They also have been in business a long time. So, I purchased one with 1 terabyte of storage which is big enough for my needs. So far it has been functioning ok. The only possible problem with external hard drives is that I have not been able to figure out if it is saving what I need without going thru an actual restore. But that is another problem to be explored.

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    golfer1719 June 25, 2013
  • Awesome for a hard drive you want to continue to u
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    I had a computer that crashed. This was my backup drive that I stored all my data on. I took it out of the old computer but I had bought a laptop and still wanted the data. So I got this case, put the hard drive in, and now use it as an external drive connected by the USB connection. Lifesaver!

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    dd801 January 12, 2013
  • Drive enclosure works as advertised
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    This drive enclosure was easy to set up and worked right out of the box. Nothing speclal, and it looks a little bit cheap, but it's small and gets the job done. Comes with all the mounting screws and cables you'll need. Things to be aware of: It doesn't have a fan or anything like that so I wouldn't necessarily recommend it for anything which will be left running 24/7. The two access lights on the front are really bright--if you plan on using this in a location where a pair of synchronized bright green flickering dots will be distracting, you might need to cover them up or disconnect them. (e.g. a HTPC, or a PC that's always-on in a bedroom)

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    stilescrisis May 14, 2011
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