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Brand of external hard drives for mac

Seagate One Touch 5TB External USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive with Rescue Data Recovery Services - Black. Model: STKC5000400. User rating, 4.7 out of 5 stars with 32 reviews. (32) Price Match Guarantee. Your price for this item is $ 119.99. Best external hard drives for Mac in 2021: HDDs for your MacBook, Mac Mini and more. Western Digital My Passport 4TB external hard drive. Buffalo MiniStation Thunderbolt external hard drive. G-Technology G-Drive USB 3.0 4TB external hard drive. Buffalo MiniStation. Drive speed is measured in revolutions per minute (rpm), based on how fast the drive can spin. Most portable hard drives run at 5400 rpm. This reduced power draw helps preserve the battery life of the Mac you plug the drive into. Desktop external hard drives usually run at 7200 rpm to offer all the speed they can. Top 5 Best External Hard Drives for Mac 1 Seagate Backup Plus. Company: Seagate Technology. Seagate backup plus is an ideal mac external hard drive that is highly recommended by most websites. This external hard drive for mac is well known for its slim and sleek design. Its capacities are 500GB, 1TB, 2TB and latest 4TB.

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Brand Of External Hard Drives For Mac Computers

What is the best external hard drive for a iMac computer? I want a brand that has good reputation for quality, good support, good software, etc. Also how much space should I get for a iPhoto Library (14,000 photos) and iTunes library, and miscellaneous documents? I see there are good deals on the 1 terabyte models. My one friend told me that Western Digital makes the best and then another friend said Iomega. Please help. Make sure you specify the model if you leave a suggestion. Does anyone know if the Western Digital external hard drives still are loud and make the humming noise? Thanks...