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AdvantagesEasy to use, can store all your movies, photo's, music


...When it came to storage, I wanted some kind of external storage device. I was acquiring more and more music, photos and files etc on my PC and my USB stick and MP3 player was both full-up, so decided to purchase myself some other kind much larger storage device. I had a look on Amazon and purchased the WD My Passport. I decided to buy the 1TB one as I have hundreds of songs and photo's on my...

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AdvantagesStylish Design, Large Capacity, Plug & Play

DisadvantagesSlightly overpriced

...Overview Western Digital are famous for Hard Drives and this is one of their drives in their Essential?s range. On the face of it, you get a whopping 2Tb of space (more than you could ever use?) that is packed into a stylish modern casing. But what are you really getting? Specifications If you?re running Windows® XP, Windows Vista® or Windows 7 you...

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“Couldn't be without it!”

published 19/03/2011

AdvantagesMemory size, ease of use, reliability, appearance

DisadvantagesDual-ended USB cable may be needed to make it work with older laptops

...'sync' your files, as it seemed too clunky and hard to use. However I don't find this a problem at all. When I first got it, I had problems using it with my old laptop which was over 5 years old. The USB ports didn't have enough power to keep the Passport working properly, but luckily I had a dual-ended USB cable that had been supplied with my mobile broadband dongle (never thought I'd be saying...

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