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Student external hard drive review

Computer memory may appear to be unlimited, but when you’re consistently storing large files the megabytes can add up. Big projects will take a lot of space, but so will the unending amount of photos you have saved over freshers week, and other University nights out.

If you’re studying a visual arts degree like animation or filmmaking expect to be in constant need of memory. Internal memory will usually be limited, so you will then need to have some form of backup. If your memory stick is not big enough, you’re going to have to invest in an external hard drive.

Toshiba Canvio Basics

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There are many hard drives available, with prices greatly varying. Nonetheless, we would certainly recommend the Toshiba Canvio Basics as your trusted new study buddy. This hard drive will let you store all of your files. Whether, its an essay or a ton of movies – you will certainly regret not investing in one of these.

Why we love the Canvio Basics:

  • Fast transfer speeds with USB 3.0
  • Light and super portable
  • Super protection
  • Large storage capacity
  • Great price

The features:

The Toshiba Canvio Basics is powered with USB 3.0, making transfer speeds super fast. The hard drive lets you plug it in, and so you can use it straight away without any unnecessary software. The Canvio Basics is also mac compatible, with the ability to add encryption partition so your hard drive is password protected.

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The Canvio Basics also comes with one year warranty, and has extra hard drive protection. The protection comes from a built-in internal shock sensor and ramp-loading technology. It lets you safeguard your data, so you need not worry about accidents occurring from carrying it around.

The hard drive is reasonably priced so wont put a large dent in your budget, and is available from John Lewis. Make sure you take a look at the Toshiba website for further information. We hoped you enjoyed this student hard drive review, click here for additional freshers tips and guides!