External Portable Hard Drives

Posted on 2014-07-15
Last Modified: 2014-07-15
My 2TB portable, external USB 3.0 hard drives are nearly full (I work on a PC).  I have a couple of 3TB desktop drives, but really need a portable drive with a larger capacity.  Is there one available, or is there one expected to be available soon?


Question by:philsimmons
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    You probably need to step up to a NAS.  here is a search at New Egg with plenty of choices:
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    there is a 4tb available

    Seagate Backup Plus Fast 4TB USB 3.0 High-Performance Portable Hard Drive STDA4000100 Black

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    Thank you.  This is perfect!

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