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I've had two of Seagate's "expansion portable" drives (not this exact model, but the portable version--the same external look though.) One had 1TB storage capacity, the other 500GB. The 1TB started ejecting itself more and more often after two months of use (despite energy saving being set to "off"). I was very careful with this hard drive, and the drive was not being moved when this happened. The other--my own fault, of course--was dropped from about 1m (3.3 feet) and its usb port broke (I removed the case and it looks like it's a cracked solder joint where the cable is connected.) The drive itself is probably Ok, but I can't access it as it is.
By rmac12 - Mar 4, 2012
Seagate Expansion External Drive | 500GB
The Seagate Expansion External Drive is a basic portable hard drive for people who want to be able to easily transport data without a lot of setup or extra features to contend with. It plugs into a standard USB 2.0 port and works as soon as your PC or Mac automatically recognizes it. Files can be added or removed via your operating systems standard drag and drop interface, and no additional setup...
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By productwiki.com - Apr 2, 2011