Portable storage reviews
The latest Portable storage reviews at PC Advisor. Portable storage user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison
At just 7mm thick this portable hard drive from Seagate is impressive, if expensive. Read our Seagate Seven 500GB review.
£123 inc VAT
This drive is slim and sexy, and Seagate provides some great software. Here's our Seagate Slim Portable Drive (500GB) review.
£65 inc VAT
A wireless hard drive? If you don't mind the bulk, the Seagate GoFlex Satellite Mobile Wireless can create a custom hotspot and stream audio and video. Here's our…
£159 inc VAT
The Seagate Backup Plus is a portable USB 3 drive with useful photo backup features. Read our full review to find out more.
£70 inc VAT
The Seagate GoFlex Adapter Thunderbolt allows Seagate's range of portable hard drives to be used with Thunderbolt, the world's fastest desktop interface.
£100 inc VAT
Seagate's FreeAgent GoFlex Desk External Drive is a good-value USB external hard drive. Its 192bit encryption and 3TB capacity make it ideal for those seeking serious…
£149 inc VAT
Seagate touts its FreeAgent GoFlex Slim 320GB as the world's slimmest portable hard drive. Not content with just that, the drive also offers a USB 3.0 data interface,…
£53 inc VAT
The Seagate GoFlex Satellite hard drive takes the shackles off your tablet, freeing it to connect to a greater amount of storage capacity - without having to go…
£150 inc VAT
The Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Ultra-portable Drive is more than just a portable hard drive - it's the basis of a very versatile storage system offering huge capacities…
£189 inc VAT
The latest entry in Seagate's GoFlex storage line is the Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex 1.5TB portable drive, which packs half a terabyte more than the competition offers…
£179 inc VAT
The Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Pro is one model in Seagate's refresh of its portable hard drive line (desktop versions are available, too). The new GoFlex system this…
£106 inc VAT
The Seagate Replica Drive is a good looking external USB hard disk drive that makes data backup a worry of the past and allows for data restore including the OS.
£95 inc VAT
Seagate calls its BlackArmor WS 110 a direct-attached storage (DAS) device, but in most respects it's a fairly standard external hard drive. Aimed at businesses…
£149 inc VAT
The Maxtor BlackArmor encrypted external hard drive is the best product of its kind we've seen, featuring intuitive out-of-the-box experience, good utilities bundle,…
£101 inc VAT
The easy to use Seagate FreeAgent Go lets you put your apps and data on any recent Windows PC.
£70 inc VAT
The 750GB Seagate FreeAgent Pro hard drive fills you with such confidence that the only delay you might encounter while setting it up is a brief pause to feel smug…
£140 inc VAT
Seagate-owned Maxtor’s OneTouch drives have proven popular with both Windows and Mac users, providing that certain ease of use that Mac users have become accustomed…
£87 inc VAT
Sleek is not a typical adjective applied to a desktop hard drive. It is, however, the first word that springs to mind upon first seeing Seagate's FreeAgent Pro.
£114 inc VAT
If there's one thing there's an excess of these days, it's stuff. Video, music, photos, interactive flash games and amusing clips we've found on the internet - we…
£137 inc VAT
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