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Yep, it's compatible with an Apple Mac - I use it for Time Machine backups... When I first plugged it in, OSX (Mavericks) instantly recognised the drive and asked me whether I wanted to use it for Time Machine. It then automatically reformatted and then started the backup. It will take a loooong time to do this initial… see more Yep, it's compatible with an Apple Mac - I use it for Time Machine backups... When I first plugged it in, OSX (Mavericks) instantly recognised the drive and asked me whether I wanted to use it for Time Machine. It then automatically reformatted and then started the backup. It will take a loooong time to do this initial backup but will then (based only on changes to files) automatically keep incremental Hourly backups for the past 24 hours, Daily backups for the past Month and Weekly backups for all previous months (assuming space allows). Once the drive is full, it will automatically start to free space be deleting the oldest backups but you should never be without a full, restorable copy of your main drive again! see less Yep, it's compatible with an Apple Mac - I use it for Time Machine backups... When I first plugged it in, OSX (Mavericks) instantly recognised the drive and asked me whether I wanted to use it for Time Machine. It then automatically reformatted and then started the backup. It will take a loooong time to do this initial backup but will then (based only on changes to files) automatically keep incremental Hourly backups for the past 24 hours, Daily backups for the past Month and Weekly backups for all previous months (assuming space allows). Once the drive is full, it will automatically start to free space be deleting the oldest backups but you should never be without a full, restorable copy of your main drive again!
By Dom A-O on 10 June 2014
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Hi Walshy, the simple answer is YES. I have a 3 TB version plugged into my Xbox One, I just plugged it in, went into the xb1 settings, did a Format,which took seconds. Then started to transfer all my Games and game saves onto it. That is the bit that takes some time as it transfers.
I've had it plugged in a couple of… see more
Hi Walshy, the simple answer is YES. I have a 3 TB version plugged into my Xbox One, I just plugged it in, went into the xb1 settings, did a Format,which took seconds. Then started to transfer all my Games and game saves onto it. That is the bit that takes some time as it transfers.
I've had it plugged in a couple of months now, ( I'm on the Xbox Preview program) and had No issues at all.
With all the updates that seem to be coming, I would recommend you buy the largest capacity,that you can afford.
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Hi Walshy, the simple answer is YES. I have a 3 TB version plugged into my Xbox One, I just plugged it in, went into the xb1 settings, did a Format,which took seconds. Then started to transfer all my Games and game saves onto it. That is the bit that takes some time as it transfers.
I've had it plugged in a couple of months now, ( I'm on the Xbox Preview program) and had No issues at all.
With all the updates that seem to be coming, I would recommend you buy the largest capacity,that you can afford.
Hope that Helps. ;)

By Amazon Customer on 17 August 2014
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Yes Kieron. It comes with a power cable and a usb cable to connect to the Pc. Hope this helps.
By Gerard Murphy on 16 December 2013
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Yes work well and easy to setup. Use mine for my xbox one.
By Mark Ridings on 03 November 2014
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Yes, it will work perfectly. When you first connect the drive, the Xbox will format it. Only takes a few moments and then you're good to go!
By Expecto on 15 November 2014
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Hi Mr. S
Yeah this will work fine with a usb 2 port but it will only run at usb 2 speeds.
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Hi Mr. S
Yeah this will work fine with a usb 2 port but it will only run at usb 2 speeds.
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Hi Mr. S
Yeah this will work fine with a usb 2 port but it will only run at usb 2 speeds.
Thanks,
Jamie

By Ebuyer UK Limited SELLER on 30 March 2015
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Yes, of course. You will need a USB port on your PC to connect to it. Preferably USB 3 as it transfers faster, although USB 2 will work. Hope this helps.
By Bs And Df Smith on 06 May 2014
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It is a standard usb 3.0 but can be used with standard usb 2.0 socket at a reduced transfer rate
By R. Olliver on 29 May 2014
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Don't worry. Hard drive are always compatible. You will have to re-format to Mac's system volume.
By marco vernetti on 28 October 2015
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Compatible with XP, Vista, Windows 7 & 8. It says so on the side of the box i have
By C. J. Brierley on 28 October 2014