Summary: J'ai acheté ce disque dur externe portable pour faire des backup de mes fichiers personnels. Il est très rapide avec son interface USB 3.0. La qualité de fabrication du boitier en plastique est très bonne et il y intègre un LED bleu miniature très discret. Pour le protéger et pour son transport j'utilise un étui Case-Logic VHS-101 qui fait comme un gant à ce disque dur. Un très bon achat à recommander.
Pros: Prix dur à battre à 65$ incluant le shipping., Bonne qualité de fabrication du boitier., Grande capacité pour une si petite taille., USB 3.0 très rapide., Aucun secteur défectueux.
Cons: Connecteur USB3.0 semble très fragile mais ce n'est pas la faute de Seagate., Câble USB3.0 un peu court à 18" de long., Allure anonyme.
Summary: This is a great and incredibly fast external drive. The drive does indeed transfer data at the stated USB 3.0 rate. After a couple months of lightly using it as an external storage, I decided to void my warranty and pry open the case. I extracted the drive, 5400rpm, and used it in my laptop. To this day I have not had an issue.
Summary: I wanted to buy a portable HD to store my movies on so I can bring it with me when I travel. I wanted just a plain old drive with no/minimal pre-install software on it so it does not take up the space. This drive is exactly what I needed.
Summary: Good price for a lot of storage. Haven't had a chance to back up all of my files, yet, but will soon. Last external hard disk died on me, so it was a lesson learned. Having all of your important files stored in two places is critical. My old backup disk had copies of my important files. When my operating system malfunctioned and I had to reinstall it, my primary files were lost. So, losing the backup was painful. Maybe a second backup disk is in my future.
Summary: I was surprised at how small and light weight the drive was. I plugged it into the USB drive. It was quite. But here is where I ran aground. The interface is not in the least bit intuitive. The only thing that readily pops up to be done is registering the unit. I did that but since I actually wanted to save things to the drive rather than just registering it, I was a little disappointed.