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About this product
- DescriptionThe Seagate Expansion Hard Drive is a suitable storage solution for your ever-growing collection of files. Its 1 TB capacity provides ample space for large data storage. You can consolidate all your files to a single location by clearing up space on the system’s internal drive. It is automatically recognized by Windows that eliminates the need of software installation and configuration. With USB v2.0 connectivity and a speed of 7200 RPM, this drive allows faster data transfers. In addition, its built-in power management system ensures energy-efficient operations.
- Hard Drive TypeDesktop HDD
- Buffer Size8MB
- Spindle Speed5400 RPM
- InterfaceUSB 2.0
- External Data Transfer Rate480 Mbps
- Form Factor2.5"
- Average Latency5.56 ms
- Hot SwapYes
Most relevant reviews
- jimalg682Jan 10, 2011by
Seagate expansion 1 TB external hard drive
A great pice of kit, just plug in and away you go. A nice sleak black colour, and doesn't take up much room on my PC table...There is heaps of room on the hard drive...what more can I say, I am very pleased with it...from a good company too "Seagate"
- bunnydockMay 05, 2011by
easy to carry and all latest technology inside.
slow RPMs but quick transfers. Good little drive! ! .
- silversurfer432...Mar 05, 2013by
Effort less unit
I BOUGHT THIS AS I HAVE SO MANY PHOTO'S ON DISK'S AND BEGINNIG TOWORRY THAT THEY DON'T KEEP FOR EVER, ALL THAT I HAVE DONE SO FAR COPIED FAST AND NO PROBLEMS,STILL HAVE LOADS MORE TO COPY AND ONLY A FRACTION OF THE DISC USED.
- ejames53Jan 05, 2013by
good little drive
Poor initial support but worked fine in the end. disk needed formatting for Windows before i coluld use it. this was not made plain initially.
- lizziewildfoxMar 10, 2011by
Seagate - Rip Off
Seagate hard drive was either faulty or a Far East imitation. It cost me £49.50 and it was returned. Item wouldn't register with pc, there was no drag and drop facility. Can't get money back, Ebay advised me to get Police involved.