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Review: Seagate 3TB Expansion USB3.0 Portable External Hard Drive

The Seagate 3TB portable expansion drive packs a large amount of storage in a little box. The Seagate expansion is larger than the other ultra portable drives on the market and is the size of the Western Digital SE or My Passport portable drives. The Seagate is fine drive, however, I’d recommend the Western Digital My Passport portable instead.

The Western Digital (WD) has a small activity light on the back by the USB port where the Seagate has a wider light on the top. The WD has a flat surface so you can stack where the Seagate has a smooth spiked surface. The WD has rubber feet on the bottom so it won’t move, the Seagate is completely smooth making it too easy to slip.

The two drives are pretty much the same in terms of specs and performance but in my option the WD is a little bit better overall. The WD is also cheaper than the Seagate, but prices changes all the time (high today, low tomorrow).


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My Passport Ultra 1 TB USB 3.0 Review

My Passport Ultra 1 TB USB 3.0 Secure Portable Drive with Auto Backup

The ultra portable 1 TB external hard drive from Western Digital (WD) is a nice average drive. Although this drive is a bit on the pricey side when compared to other drives; this drive includes a suite of software. Included is the WD backup and data encryption software for both Windows and Mac OS.


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ADATA UV131 16GB Review

Review: ADATA AS102-16G-RGY Pro 16GB USB3.0

Recommended Product, the ADATA AS102-16G-RGY is built strong with an aluminum body and has very impressive speed. Although the write speed could be a lot better. The plastic cap can potentially come loose in the front, but connecting the cap to the back is a strong fit. This drive has no activity light if that’s something you care about.

Extensive activity such as Windows Ready Boost can make this flash drive hot, but quickly cools down thank to the aluminum body.


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