Toshiba Canvio Connect II 1TB Portable Hard Drive, Blue (HDTC810XL3A1)

October 25, 2015 - Comment

Toshiba’s Canvio Connect II takes portable storage to the next level. With secure remote access, local and cloud backup and the ability to share and stream your content, the Toshiba Canvio Connect II is your all-in-one portable storage solution. Available in capacities of 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB, this amazingly full featured powerhouse will keep all

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Toshiba’s Canvio Connect II takes portable storage to the next level. With secure remote access, local and cloud backup and the ability to share and stream your content, the Toshiba Canvio Connect II is your all-in-one portable storage solution. Available in capacities of 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB, this amazingly full featured powerhouse will keep all your digital treasures safe and in one place – so you can upload, download and backup to and from your desktop or laptop, even from your mobile devices. Unlike other solutions, the Canvio Connect II makes it simple to back up not just files and folders, but your whole system-or customize your backups to your exact needs. Secure your backups with password protection. Or, store on the cloud for total assurance. Schedule automatic backups to run automatically and the Canvio Connect II will take care of the rest. Equipped with full system backup and recovery software, it’s a complete solution right at your fingertips.


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K.M. says:

Average 2.5″ 5400RPM USB 3.0 drive, Nice form factor. Expect a lot of service from this device. Good price point. 0

Adrenaline says:

Runs cool and transfers data quickly. I have owned this drive for 1 week. I am impressed with how cool it runs; it does not get hot like my older 2010 model external hdds. I am also impressed with how lightweight it is, and I also like the shape of it and that it is pretty small. It’s also nice that it is plug and play and does not require a separate power source. I glanced at the NTI backup software and the PogoPlay cloud data access software but did not use it yet since Windows backup handles my backup needs and plugging the drive into the usb port on my router handles my cloud data access needs. To note, the user interface of the NTI backup software is nice looking and easy to use. When I used the drive to take a system image of my mom’s new laptop, the data transfer rate was averaging ~110MBps since her laptop has usb 3.0 capability. At home I only have usb 2.0 so my speeds are just ~10MBps which is to be expected. The light on it is white and blinks during data transfer, but it is not intrusive or anoying at…

JK says:

A very happy Mac user I’m a Mac user. I’m by no means a tech savvy person but I can manage pretty well. Thanks to the reviews here, I knew I had to do something to make sure the disk worked properly on my Mac. If you’re so inclined, you can simply connect the drive to your Mac, find the Mac folder in it, follow the instructions, and install the little application that comes with the disk.One of the reviewers mentioned simply using Disk Utility to format the drive and that’s what I did:1) connect the drive using the USB 3.0 cable included in the package;2) open up Disk Utility app on the Mac (use Spotlight if you don’t know where to find it or even what it is);3) select the mounted partition of the drive (this is a jargon you don’t need to understand, just select the nested TOSHIBAEXT under the external drive listing on the left);4) Go to Erase, select the “Mac OS Extended (Case-sensitive, Journaled)” format in the dropdown, then click “Erase”. I ejected…

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