Seagate’s newest hard drive line up, GoFlex, offers, well, what the name implies, greater flexibility. So what does that mean to the consumer? Now instead of your Firewire hard drive becoming obsolete as a result of a new computer purchase, you can simply buy a new interface for the GoFlex hard drive. Cable options include USB 2.0, eSATA and Firewiree 400/800. They’re all modular so switching them out is as easy as pie. And much like Seagate previous offerings there is a wide range of drive sizes and form factors to choose from, such as an ultra portable, NAS and desktop drive. But, the flexibility doesn’t stop there. All of Seagate’s GoFlex hard drives work interchangeably between Macs and PCs with no reformatting needed.
Seagate’s GoFlex hard drives are available now and start at $99.
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