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Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk Desktop Adapter - USB 3.0 ...
I bought a 2TB GoFlex drive from Costco, and the USB 3.0 adapter (base) from Amazon. Everything works fine and performance with the USB 3.0 adapter is noticeably ...

Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 2TB USB 2.0 Desktop External ...
Automatic Backup The Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk external drive offers automatic, continuous backup of your data, and secures your backed up files to protect your ...

GoFlex Desk External Drive - Seagate - Storing the world ...
The GoFlex Desk external drive features a unique adapter that lets you instantly change or upgrade the drive’s interface for faster transfer speeds.

Seagate GoFlex Desk Review | Everything USB
Modular Design. It was almost five years ago that Seagate introduced their FreeAgent line of external hard drives, and with it, the concept of modular interfaces.

Seagate Backup Plus 2 TB USB 3.0 Desktop External Hard ...
The Seagate Backup Plus is the latest version of the Seagate Backup Plus Desktop External Hard Drive. Both this one and the previous version have a Seagate Desktop ...


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  • Seagate

    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 1.5 TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive STAC1500100

    CE (Seagate)
    List Price: $139.99

    Easy-to-use preloaded backup and encryption software
    Worlds most upgradable external drive upgrade to a faster interface with a GoFlex Desk desktop adapters
    Offers both vertical and horizontal drive orientation
    USB 2.0 plug-and-play drive
    Includes GoFlex Desk USB 2.0 adapter with capacity gauge display


  • Seagate

    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 2 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAC2000106

    CE (Seagate)
    List Price: $149.99

    USB 3.0 plug-and-play
    World's most versatile external drive - upgrade your interface to suit
    Streamlined design complements any workspace
    Includes GoFlex Desk USB 3.0 adapter with capacity gauge display
    Easy-to-use pre-loaded backup software with encryption
    Inside the Box: GoFlex Desk external drive, backup and encryption software pre-loaded on drive, GoFlex USB 3.0 interface adapter, 18-inch USB 3.0 cable, quick start guide
    Inside the Box: GoFlex Desk external drive, backup and encryption software pre-loaded on drive, GoFlex USB 3.0 interface adapter, 18-inch USB 3.0 cable, quick start guide
    2-Year limited warranty


  • Seagate

    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 3 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAC3000102

    CE (Seagate)

    Rating (493 reviews):
    (3.2/5)
    Seagate

    4TB Sleek, Fast, & Easy

    I purchased the 4TB Seagate GoFlex Desk external drive with the intent of consolidating all my media files onto a single central drive. Straight out of the box, impressions were good. The newer generation drive offers a sleeker high gloss alternative to the previous Seagate Desk models. The drive comes equipped with a USB 3.0 base dock, which features five white LEDs on the front to illustrate power as well as indicate the capacity used on the drive in 25% increments. In addition, it also comes with the AC power adapter and a 4 foot USB 3.0 cord, which is significantly more convenient than the 1 1/2 foot cords that were supplied with my 1TB Seagate GoFlex Ultra Portable Drives.Right out of the box I plugged in to my Windows 7 laptop, had the drivers automatically installed, and was off and running in about 30 seconds. Simple enough. Actual available space on the drive (due to conversion) is about 3.63 TB, which was an expected reduction.. but is worth noting for... 4/5 Chris - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 4 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAC4000100 (Personal Computers) I purchased the 4TB Seagate GoFlex Desk external drive with the intent of consolidating all my media files onto a single central drive. Straight out of the box, impressions were good. The newer generation drive offers a sleeker high gloss alternative to the previous Seagate Desk models. The drive comes equipped with a USB 3.0 base dock, which features five white LEDs on the front to illustrate power as well as indicate the capacity used on the drive in 25% increments. In addition, it also comes with the AC power adapter and a 4 foot USB 3.0 cord, which is significantly more convenient than the 1 1/2 foot cords that were supplied with my 1TB Seagate GoFlex Ultra Portable Drives.Right out of the box I plugged in to my Windows 7 laptop, had the drivers automatically installed, and was off and running in about 30 seconds. Simple enough. Actual available space on the drive (due to conversion) is about 3.63 TB, which was an expected reduction.. but is worth noting for... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 23, 2011

    Great Drive with One Understandable Flaw

    Because of some early negative reviews from Amazon users, and what I'm pretty sure is a computer rendering of the product instead of a photograph, I was initially a little reluctant about this drive. But I've had a lot of very good experiences with Seagate, so I bought it. I'm glad I did.The build quality is nice. The enclosure is actually really slick. I do prefer the look of a thin, USB powered, 2.5" external, but in the world of 3.5" drives this is total design win.It performs about as expected, if not better. I'm currently still using USB 2.0, but the initial burst on this thing is crazy high, and it (very) gradually slows down to my typical transfer rate. This is more true with a single large file than many small files. But its overall performance has me really excited about installing a USB 3.0 card in my system.The Bad? Well, I bought this to be a media drive, and it "sleeps" after a relatively short period of inactivity. I want my... 4/5 Beard/// - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 4 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAC4000100 (Personal Computers) Because of some early negative reviews from Amazon users, and what I'm pretty sure is a computer rendering of the product instead of a photograph, I was initially a little reluctant about this drive. But I've had a lot of very good experiences with Seagate, so I bought it. I'm glad I did.The build quality is nice. The enclosure is actually really slick. I do prefer the look of a thin, USB powered, 2.5" external, but in the world of 3.5" drives this is total design win.It performs about as expected, if not better. I'm currently still using USB 2.0, but the initial burst on this thing is crazy high, and it (very) gradually slows down to my typical transfer rate. This is more true with a single large file than many small files. But its overall performance has me really excited about installing a USB 3.0 card in my system.The Bad? Well, I bought this to be a media drive, and it "sleeps" after a relatively short period of inactivity. I want my... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 22, 2011

    Works in Windows Explorer after Converting to GPT

    This drive uses 4KB sectors due to it being over 2TB. 512 bytes has been the standard. Long story short, Windows doesn't like the way the drive is formatted. Windows recognizes it and can view files on the drive, but USB transfers, especially large ones, using Windows Explorer hang partway through and never complete. Transfers seemed to be working fine if I used the software included with the drive, but I did not want something running in the background constantly. I just wanted more storage space to copy files onto manually.If you want to use this with Windows Explorer, you'll need to convert the drive to GPT (GUID Partition Table). The Seagate software did not recognize the drive after I did this, but I was fine with that.In windows 7, you can convert your drive by going to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management -> Disk Management. Find the correct drive, delete all volumes on that drive. Right click on the drive and select... 3/5 Chuck - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 3 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAC3000102 (Personal Computers) This drive uses 4KB sectors due to it being over 2TB. 512 bytes has been the standard. Long story short, Windows doesn't like the way the drive is formatted. Windows recognizes it and can view files on the drive, but USB transfers, especially large ones, using Windows Explorer hang partway through and never complete. Transfers seemed to be working fine if I used the software included with the drive, but I did not want something running in the background constantly. I just wanted more storage space to copy files onto manually.If you want to use this with Windows Explorer, you'll need to convert the drive to GPT (GUID Partition Table). The Seagate software did not recognize the drive after I did this, but I was fine with that.In windows 7, you can convert your drive by going to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management -> Disk Management. Find the correct drive, delete all volumes on that drive. Right click on the drive and select... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 23, 2011
    List Price: $169.99
    Streamlined design complements any workspace
    2-Year limited warranty
    Includes GoFlex Desk USB 3.0 adapter with capacity gauge display
    Easy-to-use pre-loaded backup software with encryption
    World's most versatile external drive - upgrade your interface to suit your needs
    USB 3.0 plug-and-play
    Inside the Box: GoFlex Desk external drive, backup and encryption software pre-loaded on drive, GoFlex USB 3.0 interface adapter, 4-foot USB 3.0 cable, quick start guide


  • Seagate

    Seagate Expansion 2TB 3.5-Inch Desktop External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STBV2000100)

    Personal Computer (Seagate)
    List Price: $104.99

    Easy and simple to use - simply plug in the power adapter and USB cable
    Fast file transfers with USB 3.0
    Compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0


  • Seagate

    Seagate Backup Plus 3TB Desktop External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STCA3000101)

    Personal Computer (Seagate)
    List Price: $134.99

    Features USB 3.0 for quick data transfer rates; upgrade to Thunderbolt technology or FireWire 800 with the available additional adapter
    Share feature allows multiple files to be uploaded to social networks at once from your computer
    Impressive 3 TB storage capacity
    Save feature enables user-generated content to be backed up from your favorite social network
    Keep copies of your precious digital files, in case disaster strikes
    Install the pre-loaded NTFS driver for Mac and use the drive interchangeably between PC and Mac computers without reformatting


  • Seagate

    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex 1.5 TB USB 3.0 Ultra-Portable External Hard Drive in Black STAA1500100

    CE (Seagate)

    Rating (804 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Seagate

    Seagate 1TB hold up!

    Honestly to make this easy, here are some steps you can follow, since I believe this to be the better of the 3 mainstream external 2.5" drives (Toshiba, Western Digital, and Seagate).1. Why bother with the software in the first place?? just reformat the drive, or delete the software. Sure it is a bit annoying having 40 gigabytes taking up space right out the box, but is that really the only main source of concerns for this drive?2. Now for the USB cord. out of the multitude of variations of 1tb usb 3.0 drives I have run and tested, every manufactuer has just about the same length of cord. If you want a longer cord, and or are wondering how you are going to power this drive other than with the supplied USB, then why are you buying this particular external HDD? this model is not for you if you are NOT an on the go type of person. what I mean by that is, if you do not lug your external drive around, why dont you go buy a powered 3.5" external HDD model for the... 5/5 Vidsavage - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex 1 TB USB 3.0 Ultra-Portable External Hard Drive in Blue STAA1000102 (Personal Computers) Honestly to make this easy, here are some steps you can follow, since I believe this to be the better of the 3 mainstream external 2.5" drives (Toshiba, Western Digital, and Seagate).1. Why bother with the software in the first place?? just reformat the drive, or delete the software. Sure it is a bit annoying having 40 gigabytes taking up space right out the box, but is that really the only main source of concerns for this drive?2. Now for the USB cord. out of the multitude of variations of 1tb usb 3.0 drives I have run and tested, every manufactuer has just about the same length of cord. If you want a longer cord, and or are wondering how you are going to power this drive other than with the supplied USB, then why are you buying this particular external HDD? this model is not for you if you are NOT an on the go type of person. what I mean by that is, if you do not lug your external drive around, why dont you go buy a powered 3.5" external HDD model for the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 1, 2011

    An attic for your hard disk

    I got this with one purpose in mind - to get the MP3s off my hard drive. (Seagate apparently wants me to use it for movies - more on that below). I have so far found it to perform flawlessly, with a few caveats:Pros:- My laptop (WinXP) treats it like another hard drive, so I can drag-and-drop stuff directly onto my player, and can extract winzip files on the drive to another directory on the drive, and move stuff around in general.- It runs off the USB power, so no need for a power cord- The upload transfer speed (USB2) from my internal hard drive is just over a gig a minute for MP3s - I moved 18gb of music, in files of between 2 and 5 megs each, in just over 17 minutes, and 5 gig of audiobooks, in zip files of up to 300meg, in 4.5 minutes. This may change as the disk gets more fragmented.- This will be upwardly compatible for my next laptop, which will probably have USB3.Cons:This isn't so much an external drive as an... 4/5 ringo (California) - See all my reviews, January 3, 2011

    Ugh.

    After only 6 weeks of use and no noteworthy physical trauma, this drive failed catastrophically, corrupting most of the data on it in the process. I wish I listened to the voice in my head saying, "Hmm, this doesn't seem very sturdy," when I took it out of the box, but I instead used it as planned for housing files I need at home and at the digital lab that I use for work. As another reviewer observed, this hard drive had an annoying spontaneous ejecting habit. My real problem was when it imploded - with a backup in progress - after less than 2 months of use. It was functioning normally one minute and then the drive's light started blinking and my computer was unable to recognize it. We tried the drive in another enclosure and hooked to a linux computer that usually will recognize even corrupted drives. Nothing. The data recovery lab I ultimately sent it to had to replace multiple "physically damaged" components to restore functionality and found more than half of the data was in... 1/5 bkbyte - See all my reviews This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex 1 TB USB 3.0 Ultra-Portable External Hard Drive in Black STAA1000101 (Personal Computers) After only 6 weeks of use and no noteworthy physical trauma, this drive failed catastrophically, corrupting most of the data on it in the process. I wish I listened to the voice in my head saying, "Hmm, this doesn't seem very sturdy," when I took it out of the box, but I instead used it as planned for housing files I need at home and at the digital lab that I use for work. As another reviewer observed, this hard drive had an annoying spontaneous ejecting habit. My real problem was when it imploded - with a backup in progress - after less than 2 months of use. It was functioning normally one minute and then the drive's light started blinking and my computer was unable to recognize it. We tried the drive in another enclosure and hooked to a linux computer that usually will recognize even corrupted drives. Nothing. The data recovery lab I ultimately sent it to had to replace multiple "physically damaged" components to restore functionality and found more than half of the data was in... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 7, 2011
    List Price: $149.99
    Price: $99.97
    You Save: $50.02 (33%)
    USB 3.0 plug-and-play drive
    USB 3.0 plug-and-play drive
    Access content over the network and on TV when paired with other GoFlex products
    Upgradable to FireWire 800 or eSATA
    Easy-to-use preloaded backup and encryption software


  • Seagate

    Seagate Backup Plus 4TB Desktop External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STCA4000100)

    Personal Computer (Seagate)
    List Price: $189.99

    Install the pre-loaded NTFS driver for Mac and use the drive interchangeably between PC and Mac computers without reformatting
    Keep copies of your precious digital files, in case disaster strikes
    Due to a limitation in Windows 7, 4TB drives are incompatible with the Windows Image Backup software. Instead, the files can be moved to the drive directly.
    Save feature enables user-generated content to be backed up from your favorite social network
    Share feature allows multiple files to be uploaded to social networks at once from your computer


  • Seagate

    Seagate Backup Plus 2TB Desktop External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STCA2000100)

    Personal Computer (Seagate)
    List Price: $114.99

    Install the pre-loaded NTFS driver for Mac and use the drive interchangeably between PC and Mac computers without reformatting
    Save feature enables user-generated content to be backed up from your favorite social network
    Keep copies of your precious digital files, in case disaster strikes
    Impressive 2 TB storage capacity
    Features USB 3.0 for quick data transfer rates; upgrade to Thunderbolt technology or FireWire 800 with the available additional adapter
    Share feature allows multiple files to be uploaded to social networks at once from your computer


  • Seagate

    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex 1 TB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive STAA1000100 (Black)

    CE (Seagate)
    List Price: $149.99
    Price: $110.00
    You Save: $39.99 (27%)

    Access your files with both PC and Mac computers
    USB 2.0 plug-and-play
    Store or back up photos, movies, music and documents
    Optional FireWire 800 or powered eSATA or access content over the network and on TV
    Carry files with you while on-the-go


  • SEAGATE

    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 2 TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive STAC2000102 (Black)

    PC Accessory (SEAGATE)
    List Price: $165.99

    Upgradable to USB 3.0 or FireWire® 800 with GoFlex Desk desktop adapter (adapter not included)
    Easy-to-use preloaded backup and encryption software
    USB 2.0 plug-and-play drive. 2 TB capacity.
    Includes GoFlex Desk USB 2.0 adapter with capacity gauge display
    Offers both vertical and horizontal drive orientation


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