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HP SimpleSave Desktop Hard Drive


$178.00 Released July, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Large capacities - 1, 1.5 and 2TB options. Doesn't require any software to be installed on the host PC. USB 2.0 connectivity is handy due to its wide adoption.

The Cons:Windows only. USB 2.0 only - currently the slowest storage interface. More difficult to use than 2.5" based devices - larger / heavier, requires a separate power cable.

The HP SimpleSave Desktop Hard Drive is an external hard drive built to back up data on Windows PCs. It becomes active as soon as it is connected to a live USB 2.0 port without any software installation, and can be set to automatically save all files of a certain type or from a certain location.

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It can also be set to check for file changes and back them up every time the computer goes idle. Backup configuration allows for multiple computers to be supported. Cooling is handled through the construction of the case itself, and no fan is used. This creates a quiet long-term operation. 

Features

  • Portable hard drive storage
  • Capacities: 1 TB, 1.5 TB, 2 TB
  • USB 2.0 connection
  • Plug and play
  • Automatic backups
  • Back up data from multiple computers
  • Quiet running
  • Heat-dissipating case
  • Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 supported
  • 2-year limited warranty

Model Variations

  • HP SimpleSave Desktop Hard Drive 1 TB: MSRP $110.49
  • HP SimpleSave Desktop Hard Drive 1.5 TB: MSRP $144.49
  • HP SimpleSave Desktop Hard Drive 2 TB: MSRP: $178.49

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    large capacities - 1, 1.5 and 2TB options

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    doesn't require any software to be installed on the host PC

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    USB 2.0 connectivity is handy due to its wide adoption

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    passively cooled

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    very easy to use - completely automated for those who desire to backup their PCs without knowing what to do

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    backs up the most popular and important user files - including ones you might not know where to find

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    capable of updating backups as your computer is used / files are saved

Cons
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    Windows only

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    USB 2.0 only - currently the slowest storage interface

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    more difficult to use than 2.5" based devices - larger / heavier, requires a separate power cable

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