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Buying An External Hard Drive


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spencedoggydog

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I'm looking to buy an external hard drive.

Any advice on what drive to buy - which ones to avoid?

Thanks
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dsenette

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best ones are the ones with their own power supply and power switch...
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Look here http://www.consumers...es/reviews.html good luck
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You can even buy a normal internal HDD and buy a separate external enclosure, just put the HDD in the enclosure and snap it up and its the exact same thing. Usually it is cheaper unless you find a good sale. I buy my parts from www.newegg.com. Good Luck!
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Seagate, Western Digital, SimpleTech, whatever
you can look at this one
http://www.newegg.co...N82E16822148290
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