Summary: Does what it says. The device transfers rather quickly, even with the quick remove function enabled on windows. I like that the cord is very short because it's less to store and I normally set it next to my laptop anyways.
Summary: I have a Seagate Free Agent Go. I have used it for 5 years and it's still working fine. I use WD in all other builds for internal drives. I hope for the best with their external drives. I have no use for the software, but some might find it useful. I now own 2 of these WD Passport Ultra 2TB. They have been working fine in the first week. I took one out of the box and transferred 1.5TB worth of video at one time and got decent speeds.
Pros: 2TB storage - Good company - Fast speeds (if your system is set up right) Good looking drives. I have one Black and one Silver.
Cons: 3 Windows 7 systems did not install SES driver. I don't know what it does, but I manually installed it on all Windows 7 systems. The drive was recognized just no SES driver. I know it has to do with SCSI but don't know if it actually makes the drive faster.
Excerpt: Great drive for quick back-ups. I keep it in my bag to always have it on-hand. Upon arrival, I reformatted to ExFAT (on my Mac)so it will read/write on a Mac and PC. The only limitation is the PC has a 2GB file limit.
Summary: The HD works great the only bad thing I can see for people is because it is USB 3 but it works with USB 2. The USB cable is USB 3 and it is very short so if you want a longer one you will have to buy one. The HD will not work or power on if you connect the USB cable into a USB 2 extension cable. Also I saw this HD on Amazon at the same price and it came with a HD case this one has NO case. I bought one for $5 at Target.