Hitachi G-Drive Mobile 500GB Review

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Hitachi G-Drive Mobile
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3 Comments to Hitachi G-Drive Mobile 500GB Review

  1. Given the TB within just the Apple product line already on the market for sometime it is odd to see i.e. g-tech to take so much time and still not have much to offer with TB. This product as practical as it may be to some is already outdated. The peripheral market needs to move quicker with TB even for people who are still within FW and USB 2.0 standards. Back and future connectivity is what most want to ensure a more reasonable investment now.

  2. You lost me after the first two paragraphs. Sure, you’d be hard pressed to find a new consumer computer today that has firewire, especially Macs, but just about any computer that is only 2-5 years old has firewire built in. Your whole rant on bus standards just makes you sound ignorant and doesn’t contribute anything to the review.

  3. Great review! I’m actually glad to see there are still some non USB 3.0 drives. In terms of data recovery USB 3.0 for a while was a real pain because the USB interface is native built right into the hard drive inside the enclosure’s PCB which required additional engineering to be able to interface it to the equipment used for data recovery.

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