External Hard Drive The Best Increase The No Of GB

External Hdds are the best way to get extra space. They are super easy to use (just connect them via USB) and the price per GB is very low.

The newest models of external hard drives usually come with:

  • Easy installation and set up. Just plug and play.
  • Hi-Speed USB connection
  • Good transfer rates
  • Automatic backup software
  • Cooler, quieter, eco-friendlier
  • Small and easy to carry
  • Huge storing capacities( 1TB, 2TB)

Why To Chose An External Hard Drive?

There are many advantages of having an external hard drive.

First you can take it with you and have your precious files everywhere you want and need. The latest models are so small and light that you can carry them easily in your pocket.

The second reason is price. The price for GB is very low compared with DVDs or blue rays. They are affordable even compared with external storages like: flash pens, SD cards, MMC cards and other similar devices.

Also an external HDD allows the user to back up or store important information separate from the main internal hard drive. This is very useful for backup purposes.


Until now I’ve owned only Western Digital External Hard Drives and I was very satisfied with the performances.

Western Digital External Hard Drive

I’m currently having a 320GB model but I’m thinking of upgrading to 1TB. Western Digital My Passport Essential 1TB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive – Black (foto -up) is the one I want to buy.

It cost only £131 and offers some great features:

  • Automatic, continuous backup
  • New updates for SmartWare Software available from Western Digital
  • Password protection and 256-bit encryption, securing private or sensitive data
  • Retrieving lost data effortlessly
  • Adding extra storage space for photos, videos and music

Very cool isn’t it?

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  1. I’m currently using 2 external HDDs, on 512 GB from Iomega, and 1 TB from Western Digital. The last one didn’t come with any backup software. It’s the basic version. It’s cheaper and you can get some freeware that will do backups automatically for you, so it’s the one I recommend.

    Being a kind of paranoiac kind of guy, I think about buying another one so I can make backups of my backups…

    These devices are so cheap now.

  2. i would’nt agree with you on that. i’ve used external hard drives and one really has to take of them. i mean when your on streets you really have to be carefull that you dont get a bump or push on your bag or pocket coz a little push or bump would create a bad sector in the drive..so i’ll prefer a USB rather then a external hard drive, USB’s are far more durable

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    It’s amazing. Hard drive capacities keep getting larger and larger, but software takes advantage of this technology and space requirements also keep increasing. Is there an end to all this?

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