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What is a better external hard drive

Both 3 TB

USB 2.0 with 3 year warranty (Seagete Black Armor)
USB 3.0 with 2 year warranty (Seagate GoFlex Desk)
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Computer GuyAuthor Commented:
They are both the same price too.
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Joseph DalyCommented:
Id go with the USB 3.0. More than likely the warranty will never be used and even if you do use it you will probably care more about your lost data than the actual physical hardware being replaced.

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Paolo SantiangeliConsulente InformaticoCommented:
Hi,
Seagate Black Armor seems to be a NAS not usb, can you linke the page?
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JeremySBrownCommented:
I too would go with USB 3.0.

I wouldn't recommend buying "Seagate" hard drives.
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Computer GuyAuthor Commented:
Whats the matter with Seagate if you don't mind me asking?
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rindiCommented:
Get something like this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817709029

or this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817145100

Then you are free with the actual HD you choose, and also flexible in a warranty case.
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JeremySBrownCommented:
I have had nothing but issues with Seagate.

Issues with overheating, DOA, and Seagate just dropped the warranty from 5 years to 3 years on certain drives.
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Computer GuyAuthor Commented:
what do you recommend then?
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