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Iomega eGo Portable 1TB - Disco duro externo (1000 GB, 5400 RPM, FireWare 800, USB 2.0, 63.5 mm (2.5 "), 8 MB, HFS+) Negro

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  • Algoritmo de seguridad: 256-bit AES
  • Enchufar y usar
  • FireWire 800
  • Hot-swap

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Detalles técnicos
MarcaIomega
SerieseGo Portable 1TB
Peso del producto240 g
Dimensiones del producto13,5 x 1,9 x 9 cm
Número de modelo del producto35814
ColorNegro
Factor de forma63.5 mm (2.5 ")
Capacidad del disco duro1000 GB
Interfaz del disco duroUSB 2.0
Número de puertos USB 2.01
Sistema operativoMac OS X 10.5 - 10.7, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
  
Información adicional
ASINB005M16Z8I
Producto en Amazon.es desde12 de septiembre de 2011
  
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Algoritmo de seguridad: 256-bit AES
Altura: 22.6 mm
Ancho: 135 mm
Cables incluidos: FireWire, USB
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Capacidad de disco duro: 1000 GB
Color: Negro
Enchufar y usar: Y
File format system: HFS+
FireWire: Y
FireWire 800: Y
FireWire data transfer rates: 800 Mbit/s
Hot-swap: Y
Interfaz del disco duro: FireWare 800, USB 2.0
Memoria temporal: 8 MB
Peso: 260 g
Profundidad: 90 mm
Sistema operativo MAC soportado: Y
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Y
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Mac OS X 10.5 - 10.7
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Software incluido: Trend Micro Smart Surfing f/Mac (12m)
Iomega QuikProtect
MozyHome Online Backup service (2GB)
Tamaño de disco duro: 63.5 mm (2.5 ")
USB: Y
USB data transfer rates: 480 Mbit/s
USB suministro de corriente: -
Velocidad de rotación del disco duro: 5400 RPM
Velocidad de transferencia de datos: 800 Mbit/s


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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Mac Users Beware included Software 5 de junio de 2012
Por A Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I just got this drive to use with my MacBook Pro (2009) and Leopard operating system (10.5.8). So far, it seems like a good little drive--just as advertised. It is remarkably small for the amount of data it holds--about the size of a double box of cards. It has a nice rubber case for protection. It comes with all of the cables you will ever need, which is extremely helpful. It comes pre-formatted for Mac, which is nice although not essential, as it is easy enough to format a drive. Time will tell how well it holds up: that's the most important feature of a backup hard drive, and I can't comment on that yet.

I did want to write a review, however, to warn other Mac users about using the downloadable software that comes bundled with the drive:

1) Iomega Encryption Utility. If you want your drive to be encrypted and password protected, you need to download and install Iomega Encryption Utility before you do anything else (i.e., partition the drive or back up any files). (I state this explicitly and up front, so that you don't have to go through all of the research and hassles that I did before finding this out.) The problem is that the encrypted drive will only work on computers that have Iomea Encryption Utility installed. From my point of view, that severely limits its usefulness as a portable hard drive--the main reason for getting a drive this small in the first place. If you want to encrypt your data, you can only use the drive with the very few computers that you already own or have access to. If you want to take your data anywhere and use it with any computer, you can't encrypt it. Catch-22.

2) Iomega QuikProtect. I was unable to install Iomega QuikProtect on my system. The installer would freeze at the very beginning of the installation process. A window labeled "postinstall" would pop up at the same time, giving options to continue or cancel, but neither option worked. I would try to Force Quit, but "postinstall" wouldn't quit. I tried to restart my computer, but got a blank bluish screen with a folder with a big question mark on it in the middle. Apparently, with the (blank) drive plugged in, the computer didn't know which drive to use as the startup disk. For one soul-killing moment, I thought that the new backup drive I had just tried to set up had lost me the very data it was supposed to protect and brought on the dreaded Blue Screen of Death! It hadn't: I was able to restart the computer manually and get going again. But the same process happened every time I tried to install the software. Finally I gave up. I read blogs on the Internet and found that other Mac users had had similar problems installing this software. The experts' advice? Don't use the software.

These problems are complicated by the fact that Iomega does not provide free customer support, even for new users. Free support consists of a series of published questions and answers on their support web site. If your question and answer are not there, you're out of luck. Compare that to Seagate, which has an excellent, professional, free telephone customer support service. (If any of their current drives had fit my needs, I certainly would have bought one!)

I ended up opting NOT to encrypt the data on my Iomega eGo, to keep it truly portable. Instead of QuikProtect, I decided to use Carbon Copy Cloner to make a bootable backup out of one of the two partitions I created on the drive. (Free download; pay $10 for it if you like it.) I used the other partition as my Time Machine backup drive. It took Carbon Copy Cloner two hours and ten minutes to copy 160 GB of data onto this drive. It took Time Machine nearly twice that long to do the same thing.

The verdict? So far so good. But don't encrypt your data unless you know in advance all of the computers you will use the drive with and can install the encryption software on all of them. And Mac users: stay away from QuikProtect, which may mean QuikDestruct!
26 de 26 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Attention Mac Users! 25 de enero de 2012
Por macdaddy - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Don't believe the sales pitch. This drive is not ready, straight out of the box, to work well with Time Machine. After watching the initial backup crawl along for several days, the backup failed. I used Disk Utility to repair the drive, but the backup continued to fail. I then erased the drive, reformatted (extended/journaled), and Time Machine backed up within 3 hours. Seems to be working fine at this time. Format the drive before you begin any backup and everything will work as it should. My rating would be higher, perhaps 4 Stars, if the hype and sales pitch were presented responsibly.
23 de 23 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Works quickly and easily with no need for power cable 27 de diciembre de 2011
Por colinphillips - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I'm very happy with this purchase. For me, the key to effective backups is having a drive that I can use easily and quickly. I can plug this into my MacBook Pro and click go on Time Machine, and it's off and running right away. Incremental weekly backups (~1-2GB) take around 15-20 minutes. The initial backup took much longer, of course. At first, it looked like the backup was going to take days, but when I followed suggestion to stop (i) VirusScan and (ii) Spotlight from scanning the external drive, the speed increased dramatically.
7 de 7 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nice Plug N Play Drive 3 de marzo de 2012
Por S. Faulk - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I purchased this drive to keep a backup of my Aperture library while I am on scuba vacations. I would hate to lose my MacBook Pro AND all my photos from the trip so this is extra insurance to have a copy of everything. The drive is fairly compact however there are some portable drives out there that are smaller if you need something really compact. Included is a nice rubber cover that will protect the drive from drops but it does take away some of the portability factor. There are three included cables so you won't need anything extra to get going.
I plugged the drive in via the Firewire 800 and waited for it to mount. It took about 15 seconds to mount and then was ready to go. It is bus powered so it does not require any separate power supply, just plug into your computer and let the drive mount to use. I began copying some files to test the drive. It was very fast and worked just as promised, preformatted for the Mac and ready to go. I will report back on speed and longer term performance as I use the drive more but so far it is a worthy purchase.
4 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas So far so good 19 de mayo de 2012
Por thatguy - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Received the drive 2 days ago, needed another backup unit (not time machine, manual copying and pasting huge files.) I haven't tried time machine, however if you need a manual spacious external hard drive. This is the way to go. Pretty small size for 1 TB, no external power needed and the little case that comes with it actually seems to protect the drive and could save your drive if you drop it. Using firewire 800/800 cable and it is fast, got around 350 GB transferred in 1.5-2 hours. Love it so far, if you got the cash and need a good sized, no external power external hard drive, this is the way to go.


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