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Item: 56799 Model: HDTC720XR3C1
When you need to preserve confidential files, the Toshiba Canvio Connect hard drive lets you store data separately from a shared computer. With this secure backup, you can restore corrupted files, and the drive's layered defenses include 256-bit encryption and password protection for round-the-clock protection from intrusion.
High Speed and Capacity
The Toshiba Canvio Connect hard drive delivers rapid results by combining an impressive 5 Gbps transfer rate with a spacious 8 GB cache buffer, enabling faster file retrieval and processing. The speedy system scans and locates data in milliseconds, so you can complete large file transfers in no time.
Plug this USB-powered hard drive into a Mac or PC, and the integrated NTFS driver automatically reads files from both operating systems. Take advantage of the drive's smart interface, which offers instant backup software, supports remote access to your files, and includes a shock sensor for damage resistance while you travel.
|External Drive Brand||Toshiba|
|External Drive Model||HDTC720XR3C1|
|External Drive Series||Canvio Connect|
|Hard Drive Type||Portable|
|External Drive Color||Red|
|External Drive Dimensions||0.81"H X 3.11"W X 4.37"D|
|External Drive Weight||8.11 oz|
|External Drive RPM||5400 RPM|
|External Drive Cache||8MB|
|External Drive External Interface||USB 3.0|
|External Drive Wireless||No|
|External Drive Compatibility Details||PC + Mac|
|External Drive Compatibility||PC & Mac|
|External Drive Parts Warranty||2 year|
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good product Canavio 2TB Portable Drive
small enough to put in pocket for portable use. plug and play is nice. would like a way to prevent others from using it should it be lost - my contact information should come up and finder could not be able to open it.
Seems to be working well.
Seems to operate well. Directions should be included. Didn't back up all of my files so I called tech support and was told that I had to check off documents that I wanted to include. Since no directions came with the drive, I was unaware to this. Perhaps some videos would help novices to understand what a backup looks like and what backup sections can be viewed and which cannot be viewed.