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314 pages

Hard Drive!, As the Disc Turns

Creator: Gordon Hughes | Fiction - 2007-12

Hard Drive! is a fascinating novel that tells the story of Seagate Technology as a Silicon Valley startup company, facing countless technical and business challenges.

Publisher: Gordon Hughes' Hard Drive!



267 pages

The IPod Book, Doing Cool Stuff with the IPod and the ITunes Music Store

Creator: Scott Kelby | Computers - 2006

Describes how to get the most out of an iPod and iTunes, covering such topics as customizing the menu, creating a playlist, using the iPod in a car, using the iPod photo, and using the iTunes store.

Publisher: Peachpit Press

About this book
There are basically two kinds of iPod books: (1) The "tell me all about it" kind, which includes in-depth discussions on compression algorithms, debates about analog vs. digital equalizers; and tutorials on how to export your playlist in Unicode format. (2) There's this book. It's not a "tell me all about it" book, it’s a "show me how to do it" book.   Award-winning author Scott Kelby shows you step-by-step how it's all done, using the same casual, plain-English style that has made him one of the world's best-selling technology authors. You'll learn how to do only the most important, most requested, and just plain cool things you're going to want to do with your iPod–so you can start having fun with it today. Right now!   Each page covers just one topic, complete with full color photos, making it easy to find just what you're looking for fast. Plus, it shows you how to get the most from the iTunes Music Store, how to integrate your iPod into your car, which iPod accessories are hot, how to use photos with your iPod, and everything you need to know about the latest addition to the iPod family, the new iPod Nano! It's all here–in the only book of its kind–and you're gonna love it!  



108 pages

PC Mag

2007-11-20

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    Seagate Expansion 750GB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STBX750100)

    Personal Computer (Seagate)

    Rating (43 reviews):
    (3.4/5)
    Seagate

    A gift from god or just... well...geeks (thank you, by the way)

    I say it's very efficient because, not once, has it messed up or lost my data or projects and it transfers fairly quickly and very smoothly. I make movies, so it's very essential that i have a reliable source to quickly and easily transfer stuff and go. Sometimes I might need to share data or clips or songs to another computer, it does this nicely, it never has a problem with registering on the computer. As for durability, i can't say much there, i always keep the outside covered by a fitted velvet cover and i've yet to drop it. sorry about that one, i'll remember to drop eveything at least once before writing another review. Have fun with this product guys, be careful with the cords though, they're very sturdy but like any cord, if somewhat mistreated, it will probably short, the problem with this being it does not have a typical usb port on it (remember, it's usb 3.0), otherwise you'd probably have a replacement. i'm sure you could find a cord for 3.0, but just to eliminate hassle... 5/5 Chelsey gardner - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate Expansion 750GB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STBX750100) (Personal Computers) I say it's very efficient because, not once, has it messed up or lost my data or projects and it transfers fairly quickly and very smoothly. I make movies, so it's very essential that i have a reliable source to quickly and easily transfer stuff and go. Sometimes I might need to share data or clips or songs to another computer, it does this nicely, it never has a problem with registering on the computer. As for durability, i can't say much there, i always keep the outside covered by a fitted velvet cover and i've yet to drop it. sorry about that one, i'll remember to drop eveything at least once before writing another review. Have fun with this product guys, be careful with the cords though, they're very sturdy but like any cord, if somewhat mistreated, it will probably short, the problem with this being it does not have a typical usb port on it (remember, it's usb 3.0), otherwise you'd probably have a replacement. i'm sure you could find a cord for 3.0, but just to eliminate hassle... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 7, 2013

    Great hard drive.

    4/5 Justin (NJ) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate Expansion 750GB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STBX750100) (Personal Computers) Got this to load my games onto because my system has a bad SATA controller and kills or makes my SATA hard drives malfunction. The 10 year old PATA 80GB hard drive still works great for booting my OS but it was slow and obviously not capacious enough for games and heavy media. Runs my games better than my PATA drive would that's for sure.The only flaw I have found is that it does not always turn on the interface of the drive when I plug it into the USB port. The drive will power on, but the blue activity light showing that it's picked up by the PC and active does not turn on and my PC doesn't recognize it immediately. However once I unplug it and plug it back in (sometimes several times before it finally takes) it works totally fine. No problems. Great drive. Not sure if that problem is common. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 24, 2012

    Avoid - USB Power Problem

    1/5 Z Ricarditich - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate Expansion 750GB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STBX750100) (Personal Computers) I purchased mine in Dec 2012.Unlike my two Western Digital Passport USB3 1 TB external drives (which get their power from their USB cords), this unit, which also gets its power from its USB cord, will not operate properly unless it is attached directly to my computer's USB port.I have an external USB hub with its own 110v power source, and when this unit is connected to that it will not operate properly (the Western Digital drives will). I must plug the USB cord into the computer's USB port.I don't know what Seagate did to produce that result, but it apparently saved money doing such. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 7, 2013
    Powered by USB port
    Fast file transfers with USB 3.0
    Compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0
    Easy and simple to use - plug it in and go


  • Seagate

    Seagate Expansion 750 GB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive ST907504EXA101-RK

    CE (Seagate)

    One year limited warranty
    Simply drag-and-drop to save files
    Built-in power management ensures energy-efficient operation
    Massive 750 GB portable drive provides plenty of room
    5400RPM speed and USB 2.0 interface


  • Seagate

    Seagate FreeAgent Go 750 GB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive ST907504FAA2E1-RK (Tuxedo Black)

    CE (Seagate)

    Rating (0 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Seagate

    Stylish product, dockable, beats my WD Passport drives

    I'm a professional photographer who fills up two portable drives a year (I swap the onsite and offsite copies after each shoot). The Western Digital (WD) Passport portables I've been using, at 320 GB each, are full to the brim with all my 2008 'raw' work. Wanting to preserve the data on them, I went shopping for two more portable drives, and came across the Seagate 500 GB GO models.You can't really go wrong with either drive (both companies offer a great five-year warranty), but I like the form factor of the Seagates a bit better (they're a fraction of an inch smaller in all dimensions but LOOK even more svelte than they are). Also, an Amazon promotion currently offers a free dock with the Seagate drives, much like an iPod dock -- just slide the device onto the connector and it mounts on your desktop. Handy and elegant. The WD drives don't have this option.The downside to using the Seagate dock (and this is why I give this setup 4 stars, not 5) is that, for... 4/5 TerryF (Maine, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent Go 500 GB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive ST905003FGA2E1-RK (Silver) (Personal Computers) I'm a professional photographer who fills up two portable drives a year (I swap the onsite and offsite copies after each shoot). The Western Digital (WD) Passport portables I've been using, at 320 GB each, are full to the brim with all my 2008 'raw' work. Wanting to preserve the data on them, I went shopping for two more portable drives, and came across the Seagate 500 GB GO models.You can't really go wrong with either drive (both companies offer a great five-year warranty), but I like the form factor of the Seagates a bit better (they're a fraction of an inch smaller in all dimensions but LOOK even more svelte than they are). Also, an Amazon promotion currently offers a free dock with the Seagate drives, much like an iPod dock -- just slide the device onto the connector and it mounts on your desktop. Handy and elegant. The WD drives don't have this option.The downside to using the Seagate dock (and this is why I give this setup 4 stars, not 5) is that, for... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 3, 2008

    Crashed & Burned at 7 Months

    The pluses: It's light and small, easy to use, and comes preloaded with a document backup utility. Should be great for those who need a portable HDD as it can be dropped in a purse or slipped into a shirt pocket for transport. Decent copying speed for an external USB drive.The negatives: There seems to be a major reliability problem with some of the hard drives (note similar recent reviews of failure at Amazon). Mine died after only 7 months of use on a personal computer. It was never jostled around or subjected to extreme temps as it never left my desktop after it was plugged in. Several utilities were unable to recover any data due to "unreadable sectors" and Master File Table errors -- quite likely physical damage to the head or platters. I managed to save about 20 out of 200+ GB before the unit went totally south.Seagate warranties the drive for 5 years, but it's a whole lot of no fun trying to navigate their cold, impersonal website. It took... 1/5 Russ Lee (Norman, OK) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent Go 320 GB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive ST903203FBA2E1-RK (Royal Blue) (Personal Computers) The pluses: It's light and small, easy to use, and comes preloaded with a document backup utility. Should be great for those who need a portable HDD as it can be dropped in a purse or slipped into a shirt pocket for transport. Decent copying speed for an external USB drive.The negatives: There seems to be a major reliability problem with some of the hard drives (note similar recent reviews of failure at Amazon). Mine died after only 7 months of use on a personal computer. It was never jostled around or subjected to extreme temps as it never left my desktop after it was plugged in. Several utilities were unable to recover any data due to "unreadable sectors" and Master File Table errors -- quite likely physical damage to the head or platters. I managed to save about 20 out of 200+ GB before the unit went totally south.Seagate warranties the drive for 5 years, but it's a whole lot of no fun trying to navigate their cold, impersonal website. It took... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 20, 2009

    So far, so good.

    5/5 Bitter Almonds (City Of Dis, 7th Layer Of Hell) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent Go 1 TB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive ST910004FAA2E1-RK (Tuxedo Black) (Personal Computers) I've bought 1 250GB, 7 500GB, and 1TB external HDs over the past two years, and nothing out of the ordinary has happened (knock-on-wood). There were two times when I experienced problems with two separate HDs: I was unable to access files in one of them, so I defragmented it, and it worked perfect since then. The other (1TB HD) did make that horrible beeping and clicking sound a few minutes after I hooked it up to the laptop. However, it ceased to do it an hour later - and it's been working fine since then (it's been about 5 months); this 1TB HD was a refurbished item that cost about $99 total, so I took a chance on an used/cheap item. All in all, though, I've not had a serious problem to report for nine separate HDs of the same brand and make/model. If I was looking to buy another or give it as a gift, I wouldn't hesitate in getting another Seagate FreeAgent Go. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 12, 2010
    List Price: $113.99
    750 GB, USB 2.0
    Pocket and carry your data with ease thanks to a sleek design.
    Quickly sync and back up at your desktop without having to search for cables
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    Keep your most important files and folders private with software encryption technology.


  • Seagate

    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex 750 GB USB 3.0 Ultra-Portable External Hard Drive STAA750101 (Black)

    CE (Seagate)

    Access content over the network and on TV when paired with other GoFlex products
    Easy-to-use preloaded backup and encryption software
    Upgradable to FireWire® 800 or eSATA
    USB 3.0 plug-and-play drive
    Upgradable to FireWire 800 or eSATA


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