Transcend StoreJet 25 Mobile 250GB  

Posted by Anirudh Acharya in

I needed an external HDD to carry my data and was looking at the options since a week. I'd zeroed in on either Western Digital Passport or the Transcend StoreJet. Went to the electronic market to buy and saw that the WD Passport is almost on its way out. Nowhere was it available. Instead everywhere it was being replaced by WD Elements. The build quality was quite flimsy and somehow it didn't appeal to me. In the end I bought a Transcend StoreJet 25 Mobile 250GB USB 2.0.

I must say that I'm pretty impressed by this device. It has the toughest protection I've ever seen for an external drive (apparently meets the US Military drop test). Speed is impressive; a sustained 28 MB/s. Phew.. Thats fffffffaaaaaaaaast! It also has one-touch backup and sync button (works only in Windows with the StoreJet Elite software). The included Windows software lets you backup, sync, encrypt data etc.

Would I recommend this product? Certainly! :)

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Hmm Performance wise I know its good.. Price?

7/30/2008 11:41:00 AM

Performance is just really awesome.. and this prolly is the most value for money HDD out there. Cost me Rs.4100 + VAT.

7/30/2008 04:26:00 PM

Wow wow wow... Where did you get it? I have been looking for an external HDD for some time now. I was thinking on the lines of 160G which my friend said was @ 3.2K + .7K (disk + case)... This stuff beats that.

7/31/2008 10:10:00 AM

WD Passports

Linux idea for USB disks

8/01/2008 11:27:00 PM

Corrected link for Linux idea above.

8/01/2008 11:50:00 PM

^^^^ Thanks for the links :)

At S.P.Road, Bangalore. Got it for Rs.4.1k + Tax. I must say its the most VFM external hdd available there.

8/03/2008 02:54:00 PM

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