Samsung 2TB D3 Station External Desktop Hard Drive – Black

September 11, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Sleek design Compact size and streamlined shape SafetyKey protection for your data

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Product Features

  • Sleek design
  • Compact size and streamlined shape
  • SafetyKey protection for your data


i.pod "down loading freak" says:

Really nice quality hard drive – Very impressed! Had the 1TB for a few weeks now and I’m very impressed , the image doesn’t do the drive justice – it’s a BLACK chequered and textured finish to the top, piano black around the sides and a Matt Black Durable underside with 4 rubber feet (These little rubber feet/touch pads are a great idea as its stops the drive clattering on the desk and sliding around ). In the box is a USB 3.0 micro cable (The drive and cable are fully backwards compatible with USB 2.0 which I’m currently using )a quick start guide and the warranty document (3 Years ) – on the drive there is security and back up software which i have yet to use but helpful if you don’t have any.So far it’s done its job perfectly and I’m very impressed – recommended purchase 100%

sara66 says:

HD failed in less than 1 year I bought this September 2012. It has been used a few times for backups and last night it failed. Very frustrating as I have lost all previous backups and it will not reformat. Surprised because I expected better from Samsung.

Mr. P. F. Mellor says:

Good after a little tinkering I bought this to connect to my home network and allow me to backup both a Mountain Lion Mac and a Windows 7 PC. Although this drive is advertised as working with both operating systems I was a little disappointed to find that the drive only comes with the Windows compatible software installed. Even worse, when I followed the official links to download the Mac software I found it relied on a piece of software made by google that was no longer available. As such this drive will not work straight out of the box with a Mac operating system.In the end I reformatted the drive using Disk Utility on the Mac, wiping all of the Samsung software off the drive. This means I have lost some of their security options, which some people may want if they are using this as a portable hard drive and are worried about loosing the disk at some point. For me though I was happy that the security of my network hub would suffice and was easily able to plug the drive into the USB and have both Mac and…

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