U32 Shadow™ 2TB External USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive

October 25, 2015 - Comment

Featuring ultra-fast transfer rates, massive storage capacities and an attractive aluminum housing, the U32 ShadowTM is an ideal portable storage device. With an ultra-compact size, it fits easily into your pocket for maximum portability. The stylish design features a unique aluminum body engineered to effectively dissipate heat and provide durable portability. The U32 Shadow provides

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Featuring ultra-fast transfer rates, massive storage capacities and an attractive aluminum housing, the
U32 ShadowTM is an ideal portable storage device. With an ultra-compact size, it fits easily into your pocket for maximum portability. The stylish design features a unique aluminum body engineered to effectively dissipate heat and provide durable portability. The U32 Shadow provides exceptional speed results when connected to a USB 3.0 port -up to 5 times faster than USB 2.0.

Powered by the included USB 3.0 cable, the U32 Shadow requires no external AC adapter or drivers – making it a simple portable storage solution. The drive includes a high-quality, padded carrying pouch and flexible backup software that can be installed and configured if desired. Also included is
10GB of lifetime cloud storage with SpiderOak, which allows you to access your files from any smartphone, tablet or computer!


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Beleram says:

just awesome I bought this about half a year ago when the price was nearly twice what it is today, but I still thought that it was well worth it.It is reasonably fast, good for everyday use. It has also kept me from buying overpriced huge flash drives. Seriously, for $120 you could at best buy a 64gb flash drive and then they are usually big and slow. This hard drive is just about as big as two Corsair Voyagers.The drive comes with a split usb cable to provide two usb plugs, one for data/power and one for additional power. It’s recommended to use both to always ensure enough power is supplied. However, to this day I’ve only been using a single usb for data/power and I haven’t had any issues.My drive came with a protective sleeve. It can get quite hot if left in there, not dangerously hot tho. If kept outside the sleeve it just gets moderately warm.I keep my games, videos, music, as well as system backups on this drive. It is very reliable and a great…

A. Jain says:

Simple, elegant, and functional Up to this point, I’ve been using Western Digital Passport portable drives. When I needed a larger size, the reviews on this model caught my eye, and I thought I’d give it a try. I’m happy I did.A few things I can add to the other good reviews on here:1. The case consists of two matte-black aluminum “halves”, which snap together using friction and a small detente. This arrangement provides for a very slim profile, which is substantially smaller than the Passports that I’m used to. The downside to this arrangement is that shock protection is minimal. Personally, as I try to “baby” my drives anyway, I find that the smaller size is more convenient for me. Nevertheless, I’d certainly be more worried about dropping this off my desk than I would be with a Passport, which at least has the appearance of being better shock protected.2. The actual drive used inside my Oyen is the Western Digital WD5000BEVT, also known as the “Western Digital Scorpio…

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Tiny, handy, practical I bought this hard drive for two reasons – size and price. My buddy called me “cheap” because I didn’t buy a 1 terabyte drive, but that’s OK because he has to plug his 1 TB drive into the wall power outlet and his hard drive freaking HUGE! This little 500GB drive fits into my pocket. Seriously – it’s about the size of an iPod Touch and holds 500GB of data!The only surprise for me was that it has two USB connections on the one cable – one for power and one for data transfer. I have successfully used just one plug and used the drive, but I think it’s faster if you use both. The only complaint I have (and it’s not really a big deal) is that the drive does get hot when used for a long time. I plugged it in and started backing up my data. It was plugged in for about 6 hours, and it was really hot by the end. It worked fine throughout, but I was a little concerned with the heat. Now that I have my data on the drive, I just plug it in, drag what I need to my desktop, and unplug…

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