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Hitachi Lifestudio 500GB Mobile Plus USB Hard Drive with Dock Station and Smart 4GB USB key with auto-sync - Platinum

by Hitachi

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  • Preloaded LifeStudio automatic organization and easy sharing software seamlessly pulls together photos, movies, music, and documents into a 3D interface* so they're easier to find, view and share
  • Includes detachable auto-sync USB key for ultimate flexibility on-the-go: transport just the files you want so you don't have to carry your whole hard drive with you
  • Your photos, movies, music, and documents are presented in a stunning 3D wall so you don't have to dig through folders to find them
  • Preloaded reliable local backup and preloaded free online backup provides two levels of protection to help keep your content safe
  • Small size makes it convenient to take with you
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Technical Details
Product Dimensions8.1 x 8.5 x 13.6 cm
Item model number0S02730
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 210,525 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight699 g
Date First Available5 Aug 2010

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. READE on 20 Nov 2010
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Do not waste your money on this over-priced, badly designed piece of garbage. Go instead for a simple external media drive, with the same capacity, at half the price.
The problems with this junk are too numerous to list in full but for example:

(1) The user instructions are virtually non-existent for what is a complex product. I had to search the net to find basic comprehensible information.
(2) Once you have actually loaded media files on to the machine you will be appalled at how badly, and illogically, organised the file structure is. For instance, Videos are displayed by date (???) instead of a more sensible title order. Music is listed in some kind of partially alphabetical order but which bears little resemblance to my brilliant Windows Media Player/Center libraries where I sourced my media files.
(3) The time it takes to get access to files, particularly Videos, is usually atrocious - you can spend ages waiting for the machine to find items.

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