Serious storage: Cram giant amounts of data onto these tiny storage drives and cards

These eight cutting-edge hard drives, flash drives, and cards can hold multi-gigabytes of data and yet still slip in a shirt pocket.

By Albert Filice, PC World |  Storage, flash drives, hard drives

Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Ultraportable Drive 

Holds: 1.5TB
Uses: USB 3.0
Dimensions: 4.7 inches by 3.5 inches by 0.87 inch

Probably the most practical of the drives discussed here, the Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex is also the largest, with a colossal 1.5TB crammed into a 2.5–inch portable enclosure. The drive is a little thicker than less capacious portable hard drives, but we’ll cut it some slack in view of its vast capacity. Another consideration: This unit is a classic hard drive with spinning platters.

$150 |

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