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Yup, all portable hard drive doesn't need pluggings......select portable external hdd
Dexterous (rep: 102k) posted Aug 28, 2012
External drives that run off USB power alone tend to be significantly slower transferring data. If it is mainly for backup or extra storage purposes, you're better off with a desktop external hard drive with its wall wart. Some USB-powered drives also need two USB ports to have enough power to operate, which is something to consider.
fluffy (rep: 2.2k) posted Aug 28, 2012
@fluffy, I did not know that but the purpose of the HD I had was for it to be portable. It was nice to have it in a small pouch and just go - no bulky adapters to carry around.
I had the Western Digital Elements SE (until I lost it somewhere... still MIA) 1 TB. It ran on USB 2.0 though. No problems. My boyfriend has the sleeker looking, more current one called the Passport. Runs on 3.0/2.0 and if you can get a deal on it for 1 TB, should be around $85
arsiel (rep: 13.1k) posted Aug 28, 2012
The 64GB USB thumb drives are ~$25 sometimes on sale. That's another good option if you don't need 100's of GBs.
maven3 (rep: 5.2k) posted Aug 28, 2012
I bought 250GB USB HD at Target for $15 each...I took all they had..7 of them. They are all good, any brand name at the cheapest price works.
encorez (rep: 10k) posted Aug 28, 2012
It would be really nice to get a good deal on some kind of external hard drive with like 1 tb that doesnt need to be plugged in if anyone makes such a thing.
horrorfreakshow (rep: 2k) posted Aug 28, 2012
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