Transcend 250GB StoreJet 2.5 External Hard Drive

When you go on a longer photo trip and want to shoot RAW, you will need a large amount of storage. More than that, instead of creating a shelf full of DVDs with pictures, it’s more practical to have an external hard drive.
Transcend 250GB StoreJet 2.5 External Hard DriveThe newest and most interesting external hard drive on the market is the stylishly designed Transcend 250GB StoreJet (2.5 inch SATA external hard drive). It is supported by all operating systems and it is available in a colorful assortment of eye-catching, polished aluminum cases including: Titanium (120GB), Blue (160GB) and Silver (250GB).
This piece of accessories is capable of transfer rates up to 1.5Gb/s in the case of point to point connections. Otherwise, the StoreJet 2.5 makes use of its Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface, which provides data transfer rates up to 480Mbits per second while maintaining full compatibility with older computers that only support USB 1.1. I.


Built-in 250GB 2.5” SATA HDD
Fully Hi-Speed USB 2.0 compliant with data transfer rates up to 480Mbit per second and backwards compatible with USB 1.1
OneTouch Auto-Backup function
LED indicates Power ON and data transfer activity
Includes Transcends “StoreJet elite” software pack:
– Backup data from a computer to StoreJet or any other storage media with advanced scheduling options
– Restore: Restore whole hard drives, folders or individual files with intelligent file-overwrite protection
– Compression: Protect files with powerful encryption
– HDD lock: Lock your hard drive to prevent unauthorized access
– OneTouch Backup: Configure the StoreJets OneTouch Backup button
– Power Management: Switch StoreJet to power-saving mode when idle
Plug-and-Play USB interface
Lightweight aluminum case for easy carrying
Two-year warranty
Recommended Retail Price: € 199 (250GB)



I started photography as a hobby in 2005, during college. My passion slowly became a more important part of my life since 2008. Because of using a combination of my photographic knowledge, with those of internet marketing, I like to call myself a "photomarketer".

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