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Thread: Suggestion for some External HDD for Vista

  1. #1
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    Nov 2009

    Suggestion for some External HDD for Vista

    I am looking for some optimum solution for an external hard drive data solution. But by going to number of models I am not able to determine the exact need for me. What you recommend if I need around 1TB solution for an external data backup solution. What are the best external hdd you recommend for the purpose of data security.

  2. #2
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    Apr 2008

    Re: Suggestion for some External HDD for Vista

    I will suggest you to utilize Seagate Black Armor WS 110. it presents fast relocate rates with eSATA and USB 2.0, Uses the similar software as additional Black Armor products so it is simple to install and manage, SafetyDrill+™ recovery software is prepared for bare metal restore and obtainable in 1TB and 2TB capacity. In additional than this you get mechanical backup for your system—equally incremental and full–system and you can Even open files or backed up for superior security.

  3. #3
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    May 2008

    Re: Suggestion for some External HDD for Vista

    I am using Apricorn Aegis Desktop ADT1500. It gives Dual eSATA and USB interfaces and comes with good disk imaging software. The negative points of the same Manuals are online-only. It is a high support and optimum solution for data backup. It gives Hi-Speed USB / eSATA-300 and 300 MBps Drive Transfer Rate. The Seek Time is 12 ms (average) at 7200 rpm.

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    Re: Suggestion for some External HDD for Vista

    I had used WiebeTech RTX400 QR external hdd for the similar. It contains RAID 5, maximum storage capability, up to 100MB/s presentation, TrayFree™ bays, quiet fans, all of the accepted correlation types, and a durable grip for portability. Using one terabyte hard drives, RTX 400-QR can distribute up to four terabytes in a diminutive footprint. The RTX400-QR is packed with additional characteristic and priced inferior than its precursor, the popular RT5. Meaning - you actually can have it all.

  5. #5
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    Nov 2005

    Re: Suggestion for some External HDD for Vista

    I will advise you to utilize Verbatim Quad-interface Professional Hard Drive. It is a quick, stylish, high-end desktop drive with a reasonable price tag. The adaptable Verbatim drive presents eSATA II, FireWire 800, FireWire 400, and USB 2.0 acquaintances to provide users elasticity, and the 1TB storage capability is just right for consumers with demanding storage requirements.

  6. #6
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    Nov 2005

    Re: Suggestion for some External HDD for Vista

    For backup fixation you can make an effort. LaCie 2big Quadra 2TB. It presents you an Ideal for backup and imaginative pros with Four RAID methods to modify speed and security. It also has two hot-swappable disks for non-stop data has right of entry and an Aluminum heat sink intend for superior dependability. Along with this you obtain the Genie and Intego Backup Manager Pro incl and time Machine similar in temperament.

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