|Seagate FreeAgent Go 640GB External Hard Drive|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Storage|
|Written by Hank Tolman - Edited by Olin Coles|
|Thursday, 10 December 2009|
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Seagate FreeAgent GO External Drive Review
Mobile storage of music, videos, pictures, files, and pretty much anything else you can think of is rapidly becoming more and more popular. Even the recent release of Windows 7 has seen unheard of amounts of people wanting to install the operating system using external storage devices such as flash drives rather than a DVD. Many workstations in offices don't include any sort of optical or other removable media devices other than USB drives. Seagate has always been a name well associated with storage and their most recent external hard drive series is another push forward helping people with all kinds of storage needs. Benchmark Reviews is taking a look at the Seagate FreeAgent Go 640 GB USB 2.0 External Drive, which is loaded with features, and even software, to make your life easier.
There may have been a time in recent history when computers were not as important in our daily lives. Now it is very unlikely that you won't interact with a personal computer on at least a daily basis. Many of us use multiple computers and store all kinds of personal files and keepsakes on them. The Seagate FreeAgent GO series seeks to alleviate some of the difficulties of juggling our files between work, home, and play. The FreeAgent GO (model ST910004FAA2E1-RK) comes pre-loaded with software specifically intended to make backup, encryption, and syncing easier than ever.
With all the media we need stored and accessible at the same time, it is important to find a reliable and easy to use solution. Benchmark Reviews invites you to join us as we explore the Seagate FreeAgent GO and test its usefulness in safeguarding, storing, and making available all that we hold dear.
About Seagate Technology
As digital content, such as music, video, photos and games, becomes more integrated into everyday life, the idea of static data storage is becoming obsolete. In today's on-demand world, you want to access, share and secure your digital content using dynamic storage solutions that give you the freedom to do business, create and interact-anytime, anywhere. From protecting treasured family photos and personal music collections to developing next-generation consumer electronics devices and large enterprise networks, Seagate delivers advanced digital storage solutions to meet the needs of today's consumers and tomorrow's applications.
Seagate Technology has been at the forefront of the storage industry for nearly 30 years. With corporate offices in Scotts Valley, California, Seagate employs more than 55,000 people around the world-all contributing to the development of the company's next-generation storage products. From the first 5.25-inch hard drive for the PC to the development of perpendicular recording technology, the company has been pioneering new industry standards that have fueled advancements in the digital information age. Through technology leadership and innovation, Seagate continues to help individuals and businesses maximize the potential of their digital content in an ever-evolving, on-demand world.