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Review: Hitachi Touro Desk Pro

13 November 2011
  • Excerpt: If low cost is your primary concern, you’d be hard pressed to find a better drive for the money than Hitachi’s Touro Desk Pro . The sleek, all-black enclosure looks great on your desktop, but that’s where it will most likely stay since you’ll need to keep it plugged into the DC power supply. It’s fast — read and write to the 7,200-rpm drive using USB 3.0 if you have it, or USB 2.0 if you don’t.
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Hitachi Touro Desk Pro

Everything USB
16 September 2011
  • Summary: While not the fastest in all scenarios, the USB 3.0 drive will make it a very good option for many consumers. Just do not expect much from its rather basic software suite.
  • Pros: Gorgeous good looks, Ventilation slits in case for increased passive cooling, Massive capacity, Easy to use software, Very good performance, Reasonable price
  • Cons: Rudimentary software bundle, No power switch, Large footprint
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