Released September, 2009
The Pros:ESATA interface for transfer speeds many times those capable by USB2. Extremely thin and stylish brushed aluminum enclosure. Available in black, red, gold and white.
The Cons:Size restricts the drive capacities available (500GB max).
The LG XD3 is an ultra-thin (13mm) portable hard-disc drive introduced by LG in 2009. It’s quite similar to previous XD models, save for its more slim and stylish aesthetics. It’s laced on the outside with a brushed aluminum exterior that includes rubber-padded sides for extra impact protection.
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And it’s also available in four separate colors: silver, gold, red, and black. Like its peers, the XD3 includes eSATA I, eSATA II, and USB 2.0(1) interfaces for easy connectivity with a PC. At its slowest (USB), it transfers at 480Mbps, but can easily be hooked up by eSATA II—rendering speeds up to 3Gbps. Most unique about the LG XD1 is its flexible compatibility, as it works with all major Windows operating systems AND Mac OS 10. It retails in two sizes: 320GB and 500GB.
- Ultra-Thin Portable HDD
- Brushed Aluminum
- Rubber-Padded Sides
- eSATA I/II Interface
- USB 2.0 Port
- Win/Mac Compatibility
User Reviews (1)
eSATA interface for transfer speeds many times those capable by USB2
extremely thin and stylish brushed aluminum enclosure
available in black, red, gold and white
affordable prices considering the quality of the enclosure and the eSATA support
USB 2 interface - found on all computers, most people don't yet have eSATA
size restricts the drive capacities available (500GB max)
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