The FreeAgent GoFlex 1TB drive with its included USB 2.0 cable adapter already snapped on.
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This included adapter's USB cable can be detached from the adapter itself.
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The drive without any adapter. It's essentially an internal SATA drive with a protective housing case.
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The drive with an upgradable USB 3.0 adapter, which adds USB 3.0 speed to the drive. Note the blue connector (suggesting that it's USB 3.0) of the cable. This adapter's cable, by the way, can't be detached.
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The drive with the FireWire upgradable adapter which adds FireWire connection to the drive.
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The part that goes into the drive of an adapter.
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The entire FreeAgent GoFlex Family.
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