Big storage in a small box
Subject: Storage | August 20, 2007 - 06:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Overclockers Club reviewed the Seagate FreeAgent Pro 750GB external HDD. Offering a huge amount of storage, the entire unit is comparable in size to a pair of CD jewel cases, which means you won't be giving up a lot of desk space for electronic storage, leaving you room for piles of papers and USB beverage coolers, etc ... An included adapter makes sure you can still use this device if you don't have eSata or other less common interfaces.
"One you get inside, you can get a better look at what is included. In the box is the hard drive unit, manual, power
adapter, USB 2.0 cable, FireWire cable, USB/eSata cartridge, and Dual FireWire module The modules are
interchangeable depending on which connection is desired to hook up the drive, which will be explained more in the
review. The drive sent to us for this review was the 750GB version with USB2.0/eSata/FireWire connections. Also
available are a 750GB with only USB2.0/eSata, a 500GB with USB2.0/eSata, and a 320GB with USB2.0/eSata."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
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USB External HDD Enclosure Review @ Madshrimps
- Seagate FreeAgent Pro Hard Drive Review @ CoolTechZone
- Akasa Integral P2NES 2.5"
IDE/SATA @ techPowerUp
- SimpleTech SimpleDrive @ Bjorn3D
- Synology DS207 2-Bay NAS
Server @ Techgage
- MTRON SSD 32GB: Wile E. Coyote
or Road Runner? @ AnandTech
- Seagate FreeAgent Go Hard Drive Review @ CoolTechZone
- SanDisk Cruzer Contour Drive Review @ CoolTechZone
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