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  • Seagate

    Seagate Expansion 2TB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STEA2000400)

    Personal Computer (Seagate)
    List Price: $119.99

    Expands your Xbox One gaming experience. Connect this drive to the Xbox One USB port to immediately add storage capacity to your console
    Compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0
    Easy and simple to use - plug it in and go
    Fast file transfers with USB 3.0
    Powered by USB port. Please note: Product needs to be reformatted if it is to be used with Mac. Reformatting the drive will erase all content unless it is backed up to another drive.


  • Seagate

    Seagate Expansion 1TB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STEA1000400)

    Personal Computer (Seagate)

    Rating (0 reviews):
    (4.7/5)
    Seagate

    Quality No Frills Storage Expansion Drive, Fast USB 3.0 Connection

    The 2TB Seagate Expansion Portable USB 3.0 hard drive is excellent expansion storage choice in an attractive package. This basic drive has a lot in common with other USB 3.0 compact drives including a similar price. This is the current model of the older and well received still available on Amazon.I have used a number of Seagate and Western Digital external USB 3.0 hard drives. Over time the newer drives tends to operate a bit faster than my older ones. That is my sense with this Seagate 2TB USB 3.0 drive when used with USB 3.0.This drive has been used in a Windows environment and it plays very nice. Some older Seagate drives did NOT play nice on Linux systems unless the drive's sleep mode was disabled with the Seagate tools. If you plan to use the drive on Linux you may need to change... 5/5 Stephanie Sullivan (Boston, MA) - See all my reviews, April 15, 2015

    Works with PS4

    0 5/5 B. L. Baca (Amarillo, TX) - See all my reviews, April 30, 2015

    Easiest plug and play for Xbox One

    0 5/5 Krystal - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate Expansion 1TB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STEA1000400) (Personal Computers) It has been by far the easiest plug and play device I have used. I am using specially for my Xbox One. Xbox One recognized it right away and I had no issues whatsoever. It moved data over quickly from the internal harddrive of my XB1 to the external drive a lot quicker than expected. The only things I can complain about is that the LED light is way too bright when in operation and I have to turn the unit around when in use. Also, judging by the picture, it looks as if the outside coating would have been rubberized, but it is not. It is slick plastic. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 14, 2015
    List Price: $89.99
    Requires reformatting for use with MAC.
    Expands your Xbox One gaming experience. Connect this drive to the Xbox One USB port to immediately add storage capacity to your console
    Fast data transfer with USB 3.0 connectivity
    Fast file transfers with USB 3.0
    SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and backwards compatible with USB 2.0
    Built-in power management automatically ensures energy-efficient operation
    Easy and simple to use - plug it in and go
    The drive is automatically recognised by the Windows operating system - no software to install and nothing to configure
    Drag and drop file saving, right out of the box
    Compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 | Powered by USB port


  • Seagate

    Seagate Backup Plus Slim 1TB Portable External Hard Drive with 200GB of Cloud Storage & Mobile Device Backup USB 3.0 (STDR1000100) - Black

    Personal Computer (Seagate)
    List Price: $94.99

    This item does work with MAC, it requires some set up.
    Create easy customized backup plans with included Seagate Dashboard software. Backup your mobile device photos and videos automatically with the Lyve App. Quick file transfer with USB 3.0 connectivity. USB powered -no power supply necessary
    After registering your drive on Seagate.com, a link will be provided to add 200GB to any new or existing OneDrive account
    Only one offer can be redeemed per OneDrive account, offers must be activated by June 30, 2017 and may not be available in all countries
    200GB of free OneDrive cloud storage for 2 years is included when you register a new Backup Plus drive ($95US value)



  • Seagate

    Seagate USB 2.0 External Hard Drive 1 TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive ST310005EXA101-RK - Black

    CE (Seagate)

    Rating (577 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Seagate

    Stay far far away, Major flaw with Seagate Expansion series.

    Drive makes loud clicking noise & eventually fails.The symptom:Drive works fine for the first few GB's, and once it gets somewhere around 50 to 300 GB, it starts making loud clicking noise. The more data added to the drive the more frequent the clicking noise become and eventually the drive fails.Analysis:As the first few sectors of the platter / platters, the traveling distance (from the edge of palter to the center) for the head arm is not that great. But as more data gets written to the disk, inner sectors of platters gets occupied with data. That's when the problem starts.Without going into technical details, the issue here is not the drive. It is the PCB (Printed Circuit Board) that is installed in these external enclosures. This board regulates & provide power to the drive and in simple terms, there is not enough power for the disk to spin and for the head arm to extend far to reach inner sectors of the platter / platters... 1/5 Sandooz Maradi (West Coast) - See all my reviews This review is from: Seagate Expansion 1.5 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive ST315005EXA101-RK (Personal Computers) Drive makes loud clicking noise & eventually fails.The symptom:Drive works fine for the first few GB's, and once it gets somewhere around 50 to 300 GB, it starts making loud clicking noise. The more data added to the drive the more frequent the clicking noise become and eventually the drive fails.Analysis:As the first few sectors of the platter / platters, the traveling distance (from the edge of palter to the center) for the head arm is not that great. But as more data gets written to the disk, inner sectors of platters gets occupied with data. That's when the problem starts.Without going into technical details, the issue here is not the drive. It is the PCB (Printed Circuit Board) that is installed in these external enclosures. This board regulates & provide power to the drive and in simple terms, there is not enough power for the disk to spin and for the head arm to extend far to reach inner sectors of the platter / platters... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 5, 2010

    Seagate Expansion: Couldn't stand it even for a day

    Last week, I purchased a Seagate Expansion 1.5TB drive. I had read the product reviews on Amazon, however it seemed respectable enough. Last Friday, the drive arrived. Upon initial set-up, I noticed that it seemed extremely loud. After copying some data to it as a test, it began to make a very loud clicking sound. I have worked with many hard drives, and the sound was out of the ordinary (and, dare I say, reminiscent of the old Iomega click of death).Upon calling Seagate, the technician warned me that the drive was probably in its death throes and to make sure I had a backup of anything on it. I put the product back in its box, and sent it back to Amazon, who issued a replacement.When the replacement arrived, all seemed well at first. It formatted just fine, and seemed quiet and elegant. Once I connected it to my primary machine and began to copy data, however, it began making a similar noise to the prior model. Though it showed no signs of failure,... 1/5 Chris H. (New Jersey, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate Expansion 1.5 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive ST315005EXA101-RK (Personal Computers) Last week, I purchased a Seagate Expansion 1.5TB drive. I had read the product reviews on Amazon, however it seemed respectable enough. Last Friday, the drive arrived. Upon initial set-up, I noticed that it seemed extremely loud. After copying some data to it as a test, it began to make a very loud clicking sound. I have worked with many hard drives, and the sound was out of the ordinary (and, dare I say, reminiscent of the old Iomega click of death).Upon calling Seagate, the technician warned me that the drive was probably in its death throes and to make sure I had a backup of anything on it. I put the product back in its box, and sent it back to Amazon, who issued a replacement.When the replacement arrived, all seemed well at first. It formatted just fine, and seemed quiet and elegant. Once I connected it to my primary machine and began to copy data, however, it began making a similar noise to the prior model. Though it showed no signs of failure,... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 20, 2009

    Clickety-Clack

    0 1/5 J. Bunte - See all my reviews, April 1, 2010
    List Price: $89.99
    1 Year Warranty
    USB 2.0 Interface
    Built-in power management ensures energy-efficient operation
    7200 RPM performance, 1TB
    Simply drag-and-drop to save files
    Plug n¿ play with no software to install


  • Seagate

    Seagate Expansion 1 TB USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive STAX1000102

    PC Accessory (Seagate)

    Rating (238 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Seagate

    Nice Drive

    USB 3.0 is a major improvement over the older 2.0 version, with speed up to 5 Gigabits/sec (versus 480 Megabits/sec of USB 2.0). Computers with USB 3.0 are still relatively rare but this SEAGATE Expansion 500 GB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAX500102 is backward-compatible to USB 2.0, which is what I got in my HP desktop. There was no connectivity problem. The hard drive is plug-N-play; within seconds after I plugged it in, it was up and running. A USB 3.0 cable is included. It is different in construction from USB 2.0 cables. A tiny green LED lights up when the connection is made. Like most of the portable hard drives, power is drawn from the computer via the USB cable. No AC transformer or cord is necessary. This hard drive is cool to the touch, even after prolonged usage. This drive is highly portable, measuring 3-1/4" X 5-3/8" X 5/8" thick. A backup software called Memeo is included. I did not install it. Frankly, I was leery of cluttering up my hard drive with unfamiliar... 5/5 A Customer - See all my reviews, August 5, 2011

    Not a bad cheap external, but not amazing

    I have quite a few external drives so I'm pretty familiar with their general specs, so honestly I wasn't expecting too much out of the Seagate Expansion drive. Other than the USB 3.0 connector, there's really nothing really "new" about this drive.The basics - it's a 2.5" 5400 RPM "green" drive - which means the disk has a habit of going to sleep when not in use, but it also means that it's pretty light on the power consumption. It's also quiet and has a very low heat signature. Average read/write speeds (over USB 3.0): 30/25 MBps (see "customer images" for my benchmark results).What it's good for:At 500GB, this drive is pretty small when compared to its 2-4TB neighbors. However this drive is nice because it's completely powered via USB and has a small footprint. The portability comes in handy when a USB memory stick just doesn't have enough room. And this is where the Expansion might be the best fit - as an IT Consultant it's nice to be able to have an... 4/5 Storm (Texas) - See all my reviews, September 12, 2011

    not such a good drive

    I have just returned my second failed Seagate 1 TB 3.0 USB External Drive.Both failed within 60 days of purchase (and one within 30 days). I have several of the USB 2.0 versions that work fine and have for quite a long time. Both failures of the 3.0 drive were total- the drive was not recognizable by my computer (or the other computer I tried them on), both power supplies were working fine and both cords were operational. The drive, when plugged in, would just start repetitively beeping and would not even spin up.I like Seagate drives- I have several FreeAgent drives which are first-class drives and the two Expansion 2.0 drives all of which have been great. The 3.0 model, however, is a dog and should be avoided. Go with the FreeAgent drives, which are dependable.The worse part of this was trying to deal with the manufacturer. I did the responsible consumer thing, went to the Seagate website and tried to create a return. The process would be... 1/5 Amazon Customer (snoqualmie WA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Seagate Expansion 1 TB USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive STAX1000102 (Personal Computers) I have just returned my second failed Seagate 1 TB 3.0 USB External Drive.Both failed within 60 days of purchase (and one within 30 days). I have several of the USB 2.0 versions that work fine and have for quite a long time. Both failures of the 3.0 drive were total- the drive was not recognizable by my computer (or the other computer I tried them on), both power supplies were working fine and both cords were operational. The drive, when plugged in, would just start repetitively beeping and would not even spin up.I like Seagate drives- I have several FreeAgent drives which are first-class drives and the two Expansion 2.0 drives all of which have been great. The 3.0 model, however, is a dog and should be avoided. Go with the FreeAgent drives, which are dependable.The worse part of this was trying to deal with the manufacturer. I did the responsible consumer thing, went to the Seagate website and tried to create a return. The process would be... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 15, 2011
    List Price: $89.99
    Price: $84.95
    You Save: $5.04 (6%)
    Built-in power management ensures energy efficient operation
    Simply drag-and-drop to save files
    Plug n' play - no software to install
    USB powered;
    USB 3.0, backwards compatible with USB 2.0
    1-Year limited warranty


  • Seagate

    Seagate Expansion 1TB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STBX1000100)

    Personal Computer (Seagate)
    List Price: $89.99

    USB powered, no AC adapter required
    Simple plug-and-play connectivity via USB cable
    Drive is automatically recognized by Windows; no software instillation required
    Instantly add 1 TB of storage space to your computer
    USB 3.0 interface for extremely fast data transfer speeds (USB 2.0 compatible)


  • Seagate

    Seagate Expansion 1 TB USB 3.0 Desktop External Hard Drive STAY1000102

    CE (Seagate)
    List Price: $79.99

    Simply drag-and-drop to save files
    USB 3.0, backwards compatible with USB 2.0
    Plug n' play - no software to install
    Built-in power management ensures energy efficient operation
    1-Year limited warranty


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