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|06-05-2011 06:22 PM|
|06-05-2011 04:56 PM|
|06-05-2011 09:05 AM|
|06-05-2011 08:35 AM|
I've ripped out drives when the external drive is a better deal than a similar internal drive
|06-05-2011 07:18 AM|
That's what is funny about a lot of people. They don't realize that if the enclosure fails you can just pull the drive and slap it in a computer.
I wouldn't really want a portable 2TB drive anyway. Too much shock
NEWCUSTOMER10 still working?
|06-05-2011 01:08 AM|
Well, you guys are all clearly insane. TB is a terrible thing and has killed many children all over the world. To say you'd rather have 2 than 1 just blows my mind.
|06-04-2011 08:53 PM|
Yeah, logic is for losers!
|06-04-2011 08:30 PM|
|BaseShip||is it possible to rip the drive out from the casing?|
|06-04-2011 08:27 PM|
|06-04-2011 07:53 PM|
I'd stick with a NAS...
|06-04-2011 06:17 PM|
|tgn||the larger the drive, the more data you lose when it fails... in for 1|
|06-04-2011 06:02 PM|
500 or lesser than that.. is too small to hold lot of files.
|06-04-2011 05:42 PM|
|06-04-2011 05:36 PM|
I would buy 2 1Tb than 1 2Tb.
reason is , if this fails, we will lose entire 2TB,
|06-04-2011 03:29 PM|
it's a pretty warm deal. you see 2tb ext drives going for $70 pretty often nowadays.
external hard drives tend to always get bad reviews. I think most of the problems are from the enclosure's power supply or usually from the SHOCK because ext harddrives are meant to be moved around a lot. Normally when an ext hard drive stop working, the HD inside should still be functional.
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