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Seagate and I

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Can you dare to imagine a situation of losing the data? Be it code, designs, e-books, tutorials, movies or videos. Just having a faint thought about it is giving me sweats! What a better companion than a portable hard drive to rely upon. For perfect usage, I would want it to be sleek, trendy, reasonably fast, super stable and most importantly, less power hungry (for use with laptops, if it comes as a power-source dependent device.)

Now comes the space part. if it is just 160 GB or 300 GB, i'd care a damn for it. but a 500GB or 1TB one? well, that is tempting me more!!

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