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handydrive

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Fujitsu HandyDrive

The Fujitsu HandyDrive isn't very small or exceptionally well-designed, but like all the best things in life, it's fast and cheap. At 26 cents per gigabyte, the HandyDrive gives the best deal for your dollar, and we recommend it to those who are running out of space on their system hard drives.

Apr. 8, 2009

4 stars Editors' rating Apr. 8, 2009
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Fujitsu HandyDrive

The Fujitsu HandyDrive isn't very small or exceptionally well-designed, but like all the best things in life, it's fast and cheap. At 26 cents per gigabyte, the HandyDrive gives the best deal for your dollar, and we recommend it to those who are running out of space on their system hard drives.

Oct. 29, 2009

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Fujitsu HandyDrive earns first place in storage space race

Fujitsu is fairly new to the external hard drive game, but they recently hit one out of the park with the Fujitsu HandyDrive.

By Apr. 9, 2009

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Store more with the Fujitsu HandyDrive

The Fujitsu HandyDrive impresses us with its data transfer speeds and money saving cost per gigabyte.

4 Images Apr. 9, 2009

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Iomega eGo BlackBelt Mac Edition (1TB)

In the latest version of its eGo Portable Mac Edition, Iomega adds dual FireWire 800 ports, USB 2.0, and a durable Drop Guard Xtreme band that shields the drive from the impact of falls (up to 7 feet). Also, Iomega made the drive even more affordable than the previous version. With its included array of data protection software, the Iomega Ego BlackBelt Mac Edition hard drive is sure to meet your storage needs.

Aug. 29, 2010

4 stars Editors' rating Aug. 29, 2010

MSRP: $219.99

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G-Tech G-Drive Mobile USB (500GB)

The G-Tech G-Drive Mobile USB's Mac-friendly formatting and good performance make it a worthwhile storage solution for Apple users who don't need FireWire support.

Mar. 31, 2010

4 stars Editors' rating Mar. 31, 2010
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LaCie Starck Mobile

LaCie clearly spent a lot of time designing the look and feel of the Starck Mobile Hard Drive, but it trips up on the basic essentials like weight, ease of use, cost per gigabyte, and transfer speed. Hard-core design geeks will get a kick out of its funky case, but everyone else should check out the Fujitsu HandyDrive, which offers more storage space for less.

Oct. 19, 2009

2.5 stars Editors' rating Oct. 19, 2009
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Hitachi SimpleTOUGH

The Hitachi SimpleTough is by far the most indestructible external hard drive we've tested, capable of surviving drops of up to 10 feet and up to one ton of pressure. With a built-in USB cable, two-tiered data security package, and an impressive three-year warranty, we have no issue recommending this external hard drive to shoppers looking for space and security.

Sep. 30, 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating Sep. 30, 2009
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Seagate BlackArmor PS 110

A sexy, slim design and backup software set make a compelling argument for the Seagate BlackArmor PS 110 external hard drive. We like the unique Try and Decide feature preloaded on the drive, and the throughput speed scores stomp the competition. Shoppers on a strict budget should look into the Fujitsu Handydrive for the best cost per gigabyte, but the BlackArmor PS 110 offers many extra features for just a few more dollars more.

Jun. 30, 2009

4 stars Editors' rating Jun. 30, 2009
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LaCie Rikiki hard drive

LaCie's Rikiki mobile USB hard drive is an elegant storage solution that comes in three sizes up to 640GB. Its simple design exudes timeless style in a very affordable package. As long as you're not a stickler for fast transfer speeds, the LaCie Rikiki will make a worthwhile addition to your mobile arsenal.

Apr. 8, 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating Apr. 8, 2010