Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Seagate FreeAgent Go

I picked one of these Seagate FreeAgent Go 320 Gigabyte portable USB 2.0 hard drives recently from Walmart for a good price, especially for a brick and mortar store.  It's powered through USB so there are no annoying power adapters to carry around and 320 Gigs of hard drive space are plenty for carrying your documents, music, and videos around.

You might be wondering what makes this product so interesting.  To me, it's what's inside the device that's truely interesting.  Pop open the case and you have yourself a brand new 320gb serial ata 5200 rpm laptop hard drive to do with as you will.  I used this one to replace the 160gb hard drive that came with my ASUS EEE PC 1000HE netbook.  Not only that, I was able to put the old 160gb drive into the empty Seagate FreeAgent Go case and still have a portable hard drive to carry around.

If you're looking for a cheap portable hard drive and/or a larger hard drive for your laptop or even desktop computer give this one a go.  You wont regret it.

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