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108 pages

PC Mag

2007-11-20

It's also among the fastest, taking 49 seconds to copy our 1.2GB test folder by drag-and-drop and 58 seconds via backup software. The drive's ... oel Santo Domingo Seagate FreeAgent Go $160 list O O O 0 O PROS Proper-size USB cable.

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208 pages

HWM

2007-12

81 4Kg Price: From $148 www.seagate.com PASSPORT II 160GB Perfect the art of traveling light with an external hard drive ... Seagal FreeAgent Go Pushing storage security to new heights, this clever storage companion ensures optimum  ...

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156 pages

HWM

2007-06

Your On. Seagate FreeAgentTM Go 80GB | 120GB | 160GB, USB 2.0 FreeAgentTM Desktop 250OB | 320GB | 500GB, USB 20 ... GO!' *No purchase required For more product information, visit www.seagate.com/freeagent Seagate 5-Year i m^ ...

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    I spent a couple of hours researching portable hard drives and their brands. After reading an excellent review in one of the PC magazines, I settled on the Seagate brand. This model (FreeAgent Go 160 USB) comes with software called Ceedo, which attempts to give you a desktop on the go - meaning, in theory, you should be able to plug it in to any PC with a USB port and use it as you would at home.Unfortunately, the "approved" software for Ceedo is extremely limited right now. If you use Internet Explorer, you can take it (and your bookmarks and other settings) anywhere. But other Microsoft Office products are not approved, and neither is any of the other software I use on a daily basis.In time, this may change, so if you don't need the 8gb of space Ceedo takes, you might keep it for awhile and hope for improvements. Otherwise, I suggest uninstalling it and using the drive for storage (as was my original intention).On my laptop, which is a year-old... 5/5 JaneConsumer (Philadelphia, PA United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent Go 160 GB USB External Hard Drive ST901603FGA1E1-RK (Personal Computers) I spent a couple of hours researching portable hard drives and their brands. After reading an excellent review in one of the PC magazines, I settled on the Seagate brand. This model (FreeAgent Go 160 USB) comes with software called Ceedo, which attempts to give you a desktop on the go - meaning, in theory, you should be able to plug it in to any PC with a USB port and use it as you would at home.Unfortunately, the "approved" software for Ceedo is extremely limited right now. If you use Internet Explorer, you can take it (and your bookmarks and other settings) anywhere. But other Microsoft Office products are not approved, and neither is any of the other software I use on a daily basis.In time, this may change, so if you don't need the 8gb of space Ceedo takes, you might keep it for awhile and hope for improvements. Otherwise, I suggest uninstalling it and using the drive for storage (as was my original intention).On my laptop, which is a year-old... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 27, 2007

    Excellent Fast and Ultra Portable External Travel Drive

    First of all I love Seagate and in recent years have only bought Seagate. They're indestructible and I've simply had no problems whatsoever with their drives over the past 10 years.I've always wondered why they stopped making the predecessor of these mini FreeAgent drives - they were small, black and silver, incredibly durable and just looked really cool on my desk ( I have three). And, you could stack them!! I mean in my opinion, they had really nailed the portable drive case/presentation. It had ultimate protection, cooling, design and it oozed the ipod "cool" factor. Oh well, what do I know, I only bought three.But, I guess they were working on these new FreeAgent ones. Well, I finally bought one of these and have to admit these are really sweet. Half the size of the black and silver ones that I loved and probably half the weight.I'm really shocked at how small and light these things are. And, they seem extremely rugged as well.I... 5/5 Jane Ryan (Toronto) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent Go 160 GB USB External Hard Drive ST901603FGA1E1-RK (Personal Computers) First of all I love Seagate and in recent years have only bought Seagate. They're indestructible and I've simply had no problems whatsoever with their drives over the past 10 years.I've always wondered why they stopped making the predecessor of these mini FreeAgent drives - they were small, black and silver, incredibly durable and just looked really cool on my desk ( I have three). And, you could stack them!! I mean in my opinion, they had really nailed the portable drive case/presentation. It had ultimate protection, cooling, design and it oozed the ipod "cool" factor. Oh well, what do I know, I only bought three.But, I guess they were working on these new FreeAgent ones. Well, I finally bought one of these and have to admit these are really sweet. Half the size of the black and silver ones that I loved and probably half the weight.I'm really shocked at how small and light these things are. And, they seem extremely rugged as well.I... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 14, 2007

    freeagent go in linux

    as a linux user it took a bit of work to get this device to work properly, but after a little configuration and deciding to reformat it, it does work perfectly now under ubuntu and is a very convenient portable backup device.there are a few issues i had with this device, but once i figured out what they were everything was fine and works as it should. first of all, this device requires the use of two usb ports, one for power and one for data+power. i use this device for my laptop backup, and if you try to plug it into a normal usb hub it will NOT work, it will just beep at you. i had to go out and buy a powered usb hub, but once i did it happily worked.secondly if you use this product in linux, you will have to be careful with your udev and mount settings. the default for this product is ntfs filesystem, i tried for a while the ntfs-progs drivers, which did allow me to both read and write to this device in linux, but later i encountered very strange problems... 4/5 A Miller - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent Go 160 GB USB External Hard Drive ST901603FGA1E1-RK (Personal Computers) as a linux user it took a bit of work to get this device to work properly, but after a little configuration and deciding to reformat it, it does work perfectly now under ubuntu and is a very convenient portable backup device.there are a few issues i had with this device, but once i figured out what they were everything was fine and works as it should. first of all, this device requires the use of two usb ports, one for power and one for data+power. i use this device for my laptop backup, and if you try to plug it into a normal usb hub it will NOT work, it will just beep at you. i had to go out and buy a powered usb hub, but once i did it happily worked.secondly if you use this product in linux, you will have to be careful with your udev and mount settings. the default for this product is ntfs filesystem, i tried for a while the ntfs-progs drivers, which did allow me to both read and write to this device in linux, but later i encountered very strange problems... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 21, 2007
    Backup CDs, DVDs or store files and programs for on-the-go
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