Protection Hard Drive : Buffalo Technology MiniStation Extreme vs. Store and Stream Seagate GoFlex Satellite, which one is yours?
If the price is matter to you, you’d better take this opportunity to buy what you have longed been looking for. The 1TB Buffalo MiniStation Extreme is now on a 45% off for this Christmas Deals at Amazon.com. Its original price is at $280 but now it sells at only $159.42 almost half price off. Buffalo MiniStation Extreme is tough, fast, oodles of room. Its main features are its small body and the shock-resistant casing. It works well with USB 3.0 port with the write speed leaping to an average of 85.73MB/s and read speed at 94.87MB/s. It is worth using 3.0 port because it gives faster downloading. However, the Buffalo MiniStation Extreme also has a standard USB 2.0 port backward supporting lower version of ports. The shock-resistant casing can withstand falls of up to two metres. This is great because sometimes accidentally it is knocked off a table or hit to hard surfaces.
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How about Seagate GoFlex Satellite? It offers 500GB with USB 3.0 External Hard Drive. The Seagate GoFlex Satellite main feature is to provide additional wireless storage to tablets and smartphone, especially to boost iPad’s capacity from internal 16GB storage to 500GB. Seagate GoFlex Satellite works with WiFi network. You can set and connect to its broadcasted network ” GoFlex Satellite 690″ However, there is a problem coming along once the network set connected to your device, you can not change or connect to another network to browse the internet. But I don’t think it causes any problem, its Seagate GoFlex Satellite seems to work pretty find.
10% off for this Seagate GoFlex Satellite on Christmas and Holiday Deals, so its price is now at $179.00 more expensive and 500GB less than the Buffalo MiniStation Extreme and 500GB.
I used Kindle app on IPod Touch 4G for a while before I decided to order my Kindle DX Graphite, for text based app like Kindle, I don’t think the size of screen for Kindle reading on IPod Touch could be a problem as if you use it with any size Android tablet, because you can adjust text to your preferred size, but the problem is LCD screen which I won’t write about this because it is not my point to write this posting.
As a Kindle and IPod Touch 4G reader, I want to help any one who is thinking about buy the Kindle Fire but still also want to buy the new released IPod Touch 4G, here is my advice : for ebook reading, I think both devices work fine, but for other tasks, I think the bigger, the better ! but if you choose Kindle Fire, don’t overlook on the fact that you have to use a tablet that come with no camera or microphone, if you are already have another device for these tasks, I don’t think it is gonna be a problem, but if not, perhaps 3.5 inch is not a bad choice at all for mobile life style !