Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk USB2
Very simple in operation, Throughput is dependable on the cradle, Various storage sizes.
Lots of storage space, Easy to use, PC or Mac, Seems well made, Comes with easy to use backup software, Upgradeable and interchangeable interface
Upgradeable to faster storage standards, Good pricing, GoFlex TV: wide standard and service support, GoFlex Net: Pogoplug software, GoFlex Desk: 3TB, quiet.
The Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk offers the highest capacity to date among single-volume external storage devices on the market. The drive comes in a flexible design that makes adding more connections/features a snap. It also has decent performance.
Price, Integration, Great Codec Support, Fast Interface, Everything Looks Great, Quick and Easy.
This drive is one of the most secure on the market.
Small base, Only comes with USB 2.0
GoFlex adapters are proprietary and expensive, GoFlex TV interface, features now very typical, GoFlex Desk's automated Windows backup app isn't free, 3TB needs a newer OS and firmware, or special support.
Out of the box, the Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk has only a USB 2.0 connection; other connection adapters cost extra. The drive topples easily when used in the intended vertical position and it runs rather hot.
Bundled Memeo AutoSync software is 30 day trial, Only a 2 year warranty
I hope USB 3.0 is included and not an extra in Future Products
The included software doesn’t integrate well with Macs.
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By Overclockers Club on February 01, 2011
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By ZDNet Australia on December 02, 2010
Seagate's innovative multi-interface approach saves the GoFlex from being just another USB 2.0 external hard drive, but you'll pay handsomely for the flexibility of...88
By UMLan on October 27, 2010
If its easy upgradable storage you want, this is it! GoFlex Desk external hard drive solution is a self explanatory solution for an every day user. Don't look for RAID like performance here as GoFlex Desk does not offer those kind of services. What...100
By Testfreaks on October 05, 2010
The Seagate 3TB FreeAgent GoFlex Desk External Drive is the ultimate storage and backup device surely. 3TB should be more than enough for most people and the included software is very easy to use and can be useful as well.Sure it’s only UBS 2.0...90
By Electronista on August 29, 2010
The GoFlex line of products from Seagate is a smashing, if qualified, success. We really like the idea of upgrading connectivity on our storage devices and applaud Seagate for leading the storage industry on this front. That said, we don't want the...80
By Expert Reviews on August 24, 2010
The 2TB FreeAgent GoFlex Desk is fast and has lots of storage. It can be easily and cheaply upgraded to USB3 too....100
By cnet on July 22, 2010
The Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk is the largest single-volume external hard drive on the market and has arguably the best combination of design, performance, and storage...80
By CDRLabs on July 21, 2010
SeagateSeagate has been a leader in the storage industry for more than 30 years. Beginning with the industry's first 5.25-inch hard drive, the company has lead the way, growing to become one of the world's largest manufacturers of storage...-
By AsiaOne on July 20, 2010
SEAGATE'S 3TB (three terabyte) external drive is currently the highestcapacity hard disk available to consumers.The FreeAgent GoFlex Desk external drive stands out from the rest because of two features.Its standard USB 2.0 interface can be upgraded...-