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PCAudioLabs 160GB FireWire External Hard Drive
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With the PCAudioLabs' 160GB FireWire External Hard Drive, it's now as easy as to back up your data as it is important. That's especially true if you ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A 7200rpm, Seagate IDE hard drive with a 2MB cache and transfer rate of 400bps for Mac or PC.
With the PCAudioLabs' 160GB FireWire External Hard Drive, it's now as easy as to back up your data as it is important. That's especially true if you use your computer to record your music. The external FireWire drive is pre-formatted for use with most computers. All you do is plug it in and you're ready to rock, or save, as the case may be.
Beyond using the PCAudioLabs 160GB hard drive for back up, it is also a great way to transport your sessions from one place to another in a durable, cost-effective manner.
The 7200rpm, Seagate hard drive inside the PCAudioLabs enclosure has a 2MB cache, a transfer rate of 400bps, and an IDE-to-FireWire IEEE/1394 interface. The drive's Coolmax housing includes a sturdy aluminum frame and metal tray with a cooling fan, and a stereo earphone jack. PCAudioLabs even includes a power adapter. You can use the drive with both PC and Mac computers.
- Interface: IDE to FireWire IEEE/1394
- Data transfer rate: 400bps
- Seagate 160GB IDE hard drive
- 7200rpm, 2MB cache
- All-aluminum frame & metal tray
- Works with both PC and Mac
- 4cm cooling fan
- Audio stereo earphone jack
- Easy plug and play
- Coolmax enclosure
- Dimensions: 258 x 168 x 60mm
- Power adapter (included): 100~240V / 12V~1.7A
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Comments about PCAudioLabs 160GB FireWire External Hard Drive:
Although the item description says it'll work with a PC AND Mac, my Mac wouldn't read it. Therefore it must need to be formatted for that. The quality of the case was the definition of cheap and flimsy. Looks like it's meant to be installed inside a PC. Description didn't say that...Maybe it worked great but I never got that far to even try it.
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