1)When you get an external HD, is it specific to apple and PC.. or will a external HD work with both platforms (apple/windows)?
2)like USB2.0, USB3.0 - is there any standards in external HD that makes one faster than the other (Especially for huge copy/pastes- in GBs)
3)I am thinking of something like 2TB (or more if available in market)- mainly will carry 100s of 30 minutes of video segments - media content used as backup for an online streaming website. What brands maybe good for durability as this HD will be carried far and wide on road/air/ship etc passing through many human hands
it says 'upto 3TB'... and in features, it says "Support HDD of 3TB and above."
It means that this box is capable for using special
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