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Protect your Mac's data with a backup drive

Price when rated: $130

Pros

  • Social media backup
  • Supports Seagate Go-Flex adapters
  • Quiet
  • Portable

Cons

  • Requires users to purchase interface upgrades
  • Slower transfer speeds
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Pros

  • Great overall performance
  • Drives are easy to remove and replace

Cons

  • Drive modules for hard drives and SSDs are not interchangeable
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Price when rated: $1,000.00

Pros

  • Fast performance
  • User serviceable
  • Flexible configurations

Cons

  • Enterprise drives boost the price tag
  • Rear USB ports are USB 2.0
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Where to buy
Lowest price: $219.00 via PCNation.com

Pros

  • Pre-formatted for Mac
  • Includes Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 cables
  • Bus-powered

Cons

  • Only one Thunderbolt and one USB port
  • Unimpressive data transfer speeds
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Price when rated: $300.00
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