Seagate's FreeAgent Go: Brilliant Backup
The Good: Stylish and affordable add-on hard drive includes software that doesn't tax the brain
The Bad: A handy dock will run you an extra $30, and the drive's packaging is tough to open
The Bottom Line: Back up your files and photos without a lot of hassle
I backed up my work on Seagate Technology's slim, colorful new FreeAgent Go disk drive for about a week, and it was a joy to use. That's saying a lot in the external hard drive market, where form too often trumps function.
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