Cheap resolution to turning your old USB 2.0 GoFlex into a 3.0.
H. T. Sheffield, Amazon
20 February 2015
Summary: Does what it says. Turns your old GoFlex into a USB 3.0 device. I actually used it to convert my GoFlex Home into a GoFlex Desk unit. The reason why it is rated 4 stars instead of 5 is because of how THIN the base is. The GoFlex fits directly on it, so there is no extra to the base.
Feels sturdier than the stock adapter that broke, although ...
8 February 2015
Summary: Feels sturdier than the stock adapter that broke, although I wish they would design the actual USB 3.0 port to be not just a smidgen of metal lightly welded to the mother board. This is the only reason I give it 3 stars, because I had to buy a new one because of this in the first place!
please seagate stop bullying with software engines your customer just live it like old fashion drag drop and can be formatted li
30 January 2015
Summary: hard to setup seagtae i have freeagent wireless one from 3 years ago even you cant format i change folder . please seagate stop bullying with software engines your customer just live it like old fashion drag drop and can be formatted like 512mb flash card that much easy.
Summary: I have three of these for my 2011 iMac. They plug into the thunderbolt port and have the ability to add SSD without the difficult process of removing the screen. I also have one of their Goflex drives and it is speedy, as well.
Summary: I am on my second replacement drive and give up; it's not worth trying for a third warranty replacement. I don't know if it just doesn't like Macs or if it just doesn't work, but it often refuses to mount, and DiskUtility warns me that it's not repairable and to back up all my files.
Summary: Works as it should, providing USB 3.0 capability to Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex drives. If you already have one of these drives with USB 2.0 base, than this is what you want. If you don't, then you are probably better off getting a good hard drive enclosure and 3.5" SATA drive to fill it.