Protronix 160GB 2.5″ Black USB External Portable Hard Drive

January 7, 2015 - Comment

This black 160GB 5400rpm hard drive can be used for reliable data backup, or to store and transport media such as music, movies, photos, and more! Because it draws power from your computer’s USB port, no external power source is needed. With its slim, lightweight design, the drive can be easily transported in your pocket

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This black 160GB 5400rpm hard drive can be used for reliable data backup, or to store and transport media such as music, movies, photos, and more! Because it draws power from your computer’s USB port, no external power source is needed. With its slim, lightweight design, the drive can be easily transported in your pocket or handbag. This USB 2.0 hard drive will work on any computer or operating system, including Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS, and Linux. It requires no installation or drivers, and features a high-quality aluminum build and attractive retail packaging.


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