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Seagate One Touch 5TB External HDD with Password Protection – Black,

Seagate One Touch 5TB External HDD with Password Protection – Black,

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Seagate One Touch 5TB External HDD with Password Protection – Black, for Windows and Mac, with 3 yr Data Recovery Services, and 4 Months Adobe CC Photography (STKZ5000400)
Digital Storage Capacity 5 TB
Hard Disk Interface USB 3.0
Connectivity Technology USB
Brand Seagate
Special Feature Password protection
Hard Disk Form Factor 2.5 Inches
Hard Disk Description Mechanical Hard Disk
Compatible Devices Laptop, Desktop
Installation Type External Hard Drive
Colour Black

About this item
  • Digital Storage Capacity - 5TB; Safely and easily manage 5 TB of photos, videos, movies, and more with hardware encrypted password-protection
  • Form Factor - 2.5 Inches, Hardware Interface - USB 3.0, Drive RPM - 5400
  • Password protected - Yes; Get an extra layer of protection for your data with the included 3 year Rescue Data Recovery Services
  • The perfect external hard drive for Windows or Mac, simply back up files with a single click or schedule automatic daily, weekly or monthly backups. Reformatting may be required for use with Time Machine.
  • The perfect compliment to personal aesthetic, this portable external hard drive features a minimalist brushed metal enclosure.
  • Edit, manage, and share photos with a four-month membership to Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan and one-year complimentary subscription to Mylio Create
  • Downloadable Toolkit software
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is ssd better or hdd 

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raghuisb4u832 wrote:

is ssd better or hdd 

SSDs are faster, more durable, more compact, quieter, and consume less energy. HDDs are more affordable and may offer easier data recovery in the event of damage. As long as price isn't the determining factor, SSDs come out on top, especially since modern SSDs are just about as reliable as HDDs.

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