Seagate GoFlex USB 3.0 Upgrade Kit

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  3. Test Setup and Benchmarks

In my previous review of the GoFlex Drive I’ve given the following feedback:

Its just one of those decent drives with good amount lot of storage space (for a portable drive) with no need for power adapter but you will have to end up waiting 2 times the worth if you’re transferring large files. Suffice to say, USB 3.0/ e-sata is the way to go. The drive does a decent job via SATA so expect USB 3.0 somewhere bit below if not on the same level.

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Problem solved: Go Flex USB 3.0 Kit from Seagate, priced at Rs. 1,750/-.

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