Summary: I used this hard drive as my backup hard drive for about 6 months until it stopped working. I was able to obtain another one from Seagate under warranty and about 7 months later it stopped working. It seems it is safe to say this line is defective and I would recommend another brand such as Western Digital that is more reliable.
Summary: That's it, nice design and easy to use including simple drivers, like that when it is plugged in the side LED lights up. No problems with it corrupting data or info not loading or saving, nice.
Summary: I loved the way it looked and installation was very easy. It worked well the few times I used it (as a backup). I bought it July 2008 and only used it to back pictures and some other documents. This drive is noisy (when it worked!), vibrates and after minimal use last week it stopped working all together. My husband's Seagate free agent go also broke after 3 months of barely use.
Summary: Got a brand new from E Bay, it's a great deal and works perfect, compare to my old WD external hard drive, this one runs much faster and smooth. Absolutely my best storage with my nedia center PC.
Summary: It's a hard drive with alot of space to use up. I do amateur photography so I've always need alot of memory and this definitely provides. When you want memory storage for long term, look to Seagate.
Summary: I have this drive for about nine months now without any problems. It's pretty fast, and I normally get transfer rates of about 20-25 megabytes per second for both read and write. It's very quiet as it has no fan and the drive runs cool. The vertical stand helps save alot of desk space and it is remarkably sturdy. I read reviews about it falling over, and I can say that I have not had any of those problems at all.
Summary: This is my third 750GB drive from Seagate - I keep the 3rd one 'on' and doing the dsaily backups of my precious photo - evry now and again I fire up the first two Seagate 750GBs and backup the backups to them I love these Seagates - I did a similar thing with Seagate 350GB drives until my photo outgrew it