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Any comments on the reputation for this drive? I'd like a tertiary backup for photos. Already using one of my systems plus a WD external, but I want redundancy for photos of my daughter.


I can go way back and say that I spent something like $250 on a 40 MEGAbyte drive for a desktop I built. I couldn't imagine filling that drive up at the time. Big Grin
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Every now and then I like to take these small windows of opportunity to remind myself and the community that I spent about $150 on a 1tb portable drive and $100 on a 320gb firewire 400 non portable drive. SD Cards are even worse. Thats all.
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Seagate and reliability... LMAO
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Every now and then I like to take these small windows of opportunity to remind myself and the community that I spent about $150 on a 1tb portable drive and $100 on a 320gb firewire 400 non portable drive. SD Cards are even worse. Thats all.
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Just snagged one. Thanks!
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Any comments on the reputation for this drive? I'd like a tertiary backup for photos. Already using one of my systems plus a WD external, but I want redundancy for photos of my daughter.

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Every now and then I like to take these small windows of opportunity to remind myself and the community that I spent about $150 on a 1tb portable drive and $100 on a 320gb firewire 400 non portable drive. SD Cards are even worse. Thats all.
I can go way back and say that I spent something like $250 on a 40 MEGAbyte drive for a desktop I built. I couldn't imagine filling that drive up at the time. Big Grin
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What items are you using as a filler
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Can these be installed on a ps4? Once taken out of the case?
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I can go way back and say that I spent something like $250 on a 40 MEGAbyte drive for a desktop I built. I couldn't imagine filling that drive up at the time. Big Grin
Yep. And I had a Timex Sinclair when they were new and I spent a few bucks on the 32 Kilobyte memory expansion module; it doubled capacity from 32K to 64K so you could load more complex programs in via the tape drive...

Hahhahaha!
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Amazon reviews not great on reliability
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Any comments on the reputation for this drive? I'd like a tertiary backup for photos. Already using one of my systems plus a WD external, but I want redundancy for photos of my daughter.


I can go way back and say that I spent something like $250 on a 40 MEGAbyte drive for a desktop I built. I couldn't imagine filling that drive up at the time. Big Grin
Holy crap man that's ancient. I guess I can be considered a millennial?? ('96) but I still complained about the $110 I paid for my Seagate slim (that stopped working after 3 months)
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Holy crap man that's ancient. I guess I can be considered a millennial?? ('96) but I still complained about the $110 I paid for my Seagate slim (that stopped working after 3 months)
Now I have the GameDrive and it's good. I don't have much experience with SSDS
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Thanks OP ordered one.
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Just an FYI, these need a USB A to USB C adapter in case you use Macs that don't have a USB A port.
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Every now and then I like to take these small windows of opportunity to remind myself and the community that I spent about $150 on a 1tb portable drive and $100 on a 320gb firewire 400 non portable drive. SD Cards are even worse. Thats all.
I spent about the same for a 500 GB external hard drive.

I'm not even particularly old.
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