Foo - Anybody looking for an external HD?
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06-03-07, 12:40 PM
I saw this one on Digg, a damn good deal.
06-03-07, 12:45 PM
What does the 16mb refer to?
06-03-07, 12:59 PM
What does the 16mb refer to?The cache on the controller.
06-03-07, 01:32 PM
- lots of capacity there at a nice price, but i prefer ext. USB bus-powered drives (i.e., no AC adapter required)...
- i'm still waiting for 32GB SDHC...
Nice drive regardless... just 3 weeks ago, I ended up picking up a drive with half that capacity for the same price.
One thing I wish would be standardized... some type of USB or IEEE1394-like interface that can provide real power (in the amp range.) Powered USB (www.poweredusb.org) would be perfect, if it gets off the ground.
06-03-07, 03:14 PM
I've needed on for while so I pulled the trigger.
Good find dude.
06-04-07, 12:52 AM
One thing I wish would be standardized... some type of USB or IEEE1394-like interface that can provide real power (in the amp range.) Powered USB (www.poweredusb.org) would be perfect, if it gets off the ground.A 6-pin Firewire connection will provide the power needed to run an external drive. Just make sure you buy an external drive that uses a 6-pin firewire connection:
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