Reviews and Problems with Hitachi Touro Mobile Mx3 -series
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t USB backup drive for my Windows 8.1 PC
14 October 2014
Summary: Great drive, great price for this huge 1TB drive. I simply plugged in and was ready to use. Only downside was the poor backup software included with the drive. I removed the backup software and simply used Windows 8.1 to create a Recovery Drive, a complete system backup, and an additional copy of...
Not as Rock Solid as I expected it to be: failed in 9 months
Paul Croteau, Amazon
4 October 2014
Summary: Drive failed after 9 months after moderate use. Fortunately, I was able to recover most (but not all) of my data. I typically use this to back up my work, but was actually using it to move files from one device to another when I got a new desktop.
Summary: Great Hard Drive. I use it as an external HD for my xbox one. All my games run significantly quicker off of this drive than off of the internal HD off the Xbox one. Would definitely recommend. Gave it 4 stars only due to the fact that there is no 2 TB option.
Summary: Although it said that it support USB 3.0 and it does. But it always disconnect itself automatically when I am copying files. It is very annoying, right now I just leave this drive in my drawer. Totally wasted my money....
What can I say? They work great! Fast and stay cool while I use them.
dan stevens, Amazon
8 August 2014
Summary: I use many of these. They are not too easy to find anymore either. The Touro drives are FAST and do not overheat for me. Very convenient data management tools. If they were to send me a big box of them I'd use them all :) Until solid state TB stick drives become affordable as these are I will use...
Summary: After configuring it to my Airbook Mac , it is a great way to store pictures and anything else you would want to. It is also excellent for computer back up. My only complaint is that once stored you can not view your pictures in a slide show fashion.Other than that it's is a great product and is...
Summary: Bought this because it was cheaper then buying a laptop hard drive without the enclosure and I wanted more space in my ps3. I was about to easily set this up in my ps3 and I was also able to very carefully reassemble the enclosure and fit my old ps3 hard drive in.
Summary: I have a 5-year-old Macbook Pro that has never been backed up. I was recommended by two experts to backup before I decided to upgrade my OS from Leopard to Snow Leopard - I know, I'm so behind haha. I just plugged this HD into my macbook and Time Machine took over.
Summary: Very good price. Works well. I don't think mine came with any software unless I mistakenly deleted it. I tried to look for a download through their website and found nothing. Despite the lack of software I would recommend this drive.
Summary: It works great on my Windows 8/8.1 laptop without any problems. USB 3.0 speeds are fast, well above 60 MBps, sometimes 70 something. The blue LED indicator is a nice little feature to tell you it's connected.