Reviews and Problems with Samsung STORY Station (HX-DU010EB / HX-DU015EB / HX-DU020EB)
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Cheap and loads of memory
24 November 2014
Excerpt: I have had my Samsung Story for a good few years now. It is built solidly and have been exceptionally reliable. The case is metal and feels like proper engineering. No cheap and nasty hard drives like other product.
Summary: I've been using this as a backup drive for three years now and its still doing the job. My only criticismis its formatted FAT32 which I'm not sure why, maybe to do with the backup software. I use it for backing up media mostly .mkv and Mp4.
Summary: Excellent product I've had it for 6 months now and have had no problem with it. It came in a very good packaging, and was very easy to set up. However it is no 2TB it is only 1.8 TB. Very nice design with a nob that helps regulate the brightness and turn it on and off.
Excerpt: I originally bought this to keep copies of my downloaded films on, for streaming to my television. I liked the size it provided and trust the brand to provide quality. I did have to reformat the drive for it to take the size files I wanted it to, but this was not a problem, and easily done upon...
Summary: This a reliable disc on a Windows PC and is absolutely fine as a backup device. The lamp at the front is ludicrously bright. I resorted to taping over it with insulating tape. However, I have seen a problem on WDTV and Dockstar.
Dissapointing ... *Updated review , it's ok actually !
28 June 2011
Summary: 2TB version is being returned as faulty. Currently own a 1.5TB version , no probs [except for being a bit slow]. ~ one, slightly ironic side note being the material said 2TB drive is composed of appears more robust ..
Summary: works fine, was able to recover some data that i had on dvd's to this drive..it took in 100+ dvd's. A bit slow but I guess soner or later I need to go to USB3 devices. Some transfers are a bit sensitive causing the devices to shut down.
Summary: Arrived on time. Item worked nicely; formatted it to NTFS. No complaints, except the USB cable is a little too short for me. so i gave it a one star less. Have had the drive for a while now. Still works. No complaints.
Excerpt: About a month ago I researched into reliable external hard drives so I could relieve my heaving internal hard drive from a bulge of photos, videos and other documents. I looked into Seagate, Packard Bell etc.