Summary: I now own 3 Toshiba external hard drives and am a huge fan. They are extremely efficient and convenient. Also you can format them and use them for the PS3 which I found to be truly ingenius. Even my kids who are below age 7 are able to use these hard drives.
Summary: I've been using this hdd for almost a year and almost once a day, I have it full with my backuped movies and use a media streamer to read them directly from this hdd to my TV and it has worked perfectly, no delays, no noise and no heat, I recommend to buy the " Case Logic Compact Portable Hard Drive...
Summary: I thought that this hard drive would automatically back up all my data so that I would not have to think about doing it again. Wrong! When you set the program on the hard drive to back up your data at pre-set given intervials (1 hr.
Summary: I've had this drive for about 6 months and it worked great, no problems at all. Two weeks ago I had it connected to my laptop and was using it, put everything to sleep, woke up in the morning and the drive had completely crashed. Couldn't be recognized by any computer.
Summary: I purchased 2 of these to use as backup media. One failed after app. 6 months. I figured that this wasn't a problem because it comes with a "3 year warranty." I contacted Toshiba 4 times attempting to get an RMA for the drive; once by email, once by fax and twice by phone.
Summary: It really is a pretty good hard drive, I've had it for weeks now and haven't ran into one problem. It's working great for my mac OS. I use it daily to pull and insert data. One of the best hard drives out there for your money.
Summary: Just got the unit in and immediately discovered a problem. When I plugged the unit into my mac-mini, the icon for my external Seagate HD disappeared from my desktop. Disk Utility couldn't even find the Seagate to mount it.
Summary: This device is a great size and weight, but am still not sure it's working right because the it came with minimal documentation and am not a techie by a long shot. How even to access it seems strangely unclear, unlike the C-drive on my computer.