normal Seagate GoFlex Product Line

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24 Feb 2011 05:41 #13920 by garfi3ld

titleI have always been a big fan of Seagate’s FreeAgent Go lineup for some time. With only USB 2.0 drives being available up until the past year they were limited in speed by an aging interface. USB 3.0 came out but was only available to people who have 3.0 integrated on their motherboards. Seagate recognized this and designed a product lineup that is flexible enough to be used with any interface without having to buy different drives. Their GoFlex product line is an entire collection of drives, cables, and accessories that can be a little overwhelming. Today I am going to sort through it all and see if I can’t help break it all down. Let’s jump in!

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13 Jun 2011 18:58 #16153 by Kelf
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I have one of these and I have to agree that a 10/10 is a very fair score.

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