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|6th July 2007, 06:41||#1|
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Seagate FreeAgent Go 120GB USB HDD Review
Inside the package you'll find a rather humorous (installation) manual (that gives you second-by-second details about how to set everything up in less than a minute), the drive itself, and a dual connection USB cable. The drive is encased in a solid plastic shell and there's really no way to take it apart (or let air in). During extended testing the unit does get fairly warm and I wouldn't recommend working from it on a regular basis, even if it is within operating temperatures. I guess I have a thing for running components cool. The front features a yellow panel that lights up when the drive is connected and fades in and out during data transfers. The back has a single USB connection. Overall it's a very sturdy case and could probably take a few hits.
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