Storage needs are about as diverse as the companies that manufacture and market them. In this case, Seagate revives their venerableÂ FreeAgent Go line by offering an alternative to the hum-drum offerings currently on the market today. Slim, petite, and sexy, Seagate's new line of ultra-portable external hard drive solutions are making waves both where aesthetics and perhaps more importantly, the wallet, are concerned. Coupled with an optional docking system, the FreeAgent Go blends convenience and functionality into an attractive package.
Today, we take a look at Seagate's refreshed line of 2.5" external hard drive solutions, the FreeAgent GoÂ 320GB with optional docking system. Offered in a myriad of colors and various capacities (250, 320, and 500GB), theÂ FreeAgent Go looks to dominate the 2.5" portable storage market with slick features and crazy-good looks. Or will it? Is the FreeAgent Go all looks and no substance? Can Seagate's refreshed Go line be able to lay the smack down on its rivals? There's only one way to know, and that's putting the Go through our hardware gauntlet. Let's get to it!
|Â Brand & Series||Â Seagate FreeAgent Go|
|Â Model Number||Â ST903203FLA2E1-RK|
|Â Material||Â Plastic and aluminum|
|Â Color||Â Sky Blue|
|Â Storage Factor||Â 2.5" HDD|
|Â Hard Drive Spindle Speed||Â 5,400RPM|
|Â Hard Drive Cache||Â 8MB|
|Â Supported OS||Â Windows XP/Vista and Max OS X|
|Â External Interface||Â USB 2.0 (480Mbps max)|
Â 3.15" x 0.49" x 5.12" (W x H x L)
|Â Weight||Â 5.64 ounces (net weight)|
|Â Current Price||Â $89.99 at Newegg|