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Seagate, Western Digital, G-Technology, LaCie and Toshiba are some of the topmost brands producing the best 750GB hard drives. The internal hard drives of 750GB capacity connect with computers through SATA. For external hard drives USB and FireWire are the major interfaces while Gigabit Ethernet is used in Network-attached storage solution.

A capacity of 750GB is large enough for storing your digital content comprising photos, music, videos, movies and documents. When picking a hard drive of 750GB, check for the specifications affecting its performance. It is important that the data is accessed at a faster speed from the disk platters of the hard drives so spindle speed of 7200 RPM would be ideal.

Caching buffer in these 750GB hard drives should be 16MB or more for performance improvement.

You can check out our listing of the best hard drive of 2013 which is based on the topmost reviews of storage devices from around the web.

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WD My Book Studio Mac
WD My Passport for Mac
Seagate Wireless Plus 1 TB (STCK1000100)
G-Technology G-DRIVE mini
LaCie CloudBox
WD My Book Studio 1TB Mac External Hard Drive Storage USB 3.0
WD My Passport for Mac 1TB  USB 3.0
Seagate Wireless Plus 1 TB Built-In Wi-Fi Streaming (STCK1000100)
G-Technology G-DRIVE mini 1TB 0G02576
LaCie CloudBox 1TB Gigabit Ethernet NAS
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Release Date
Oct 2012
Aug 2012
Jan 2013
Oct 2012
Nov 2012
Capacity
1024.0 GB
1024.0 GB
1024.0 GB
1024.0 GB
1024.0 GB
Designation
Desktop Computer, Laptop Computer, Tower & Drive Cases
Desktop Computer, Laptop Computer
Desktop Computer
Desktop Computer, Laptop Computer
Desktop Computer, Laptop Computer
Enclosure
Plug-In Module
External
External
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USB 3.0, USB 2.0
USB 3.0 and USB 2.0
Serial ATA
USB, FireWire
Gigabit Ethernet
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    Compact and light enough to easily fit in a backpack or briefcase, Western Digitalâ?? s My Book Studio external hard drive is a cute little bugger. Designed to resemble a book, the 6.5-inch tall drive stands upright, and you have the option of digitally labeling your drive (with 12 characters or less) so itâ?? ll read like a title on the binding a book.

    Designed specifically for a Mac, this plug-in-and-go drive is compatible with Appleâ??


  • For the Mac user who requires copious storage but not the mirroring capability of the Studio II, the Western Digital My Book Studio (2TB) makes a good Time Machine or working storage drive.


  • Western Digital's My Book Studio Edition is quite possibly the sexiest external hard drive we've seen, if we're allowed to call external hard drives that. The powdered silver casing is one of luxury, a single stretched ovoid line lit by white LEDs calmly and serenely tracks back and forth when it's in use.


  • The WD My Passport Portable makes an excellent portable drive for use with both desktop and laptop computers, at home or while on the road.


  • The market is pretty saturated with USB-only drives from a variety of manufacturers. Price per gigabyte and speed have become paramount concerns, and the only technical way to compare the contenders. The My Passport for Mac stacks up well against competing drives, producing some of the best times we've seen in a USB-only drive. It has comparatively strong pricing (though it's by no means the cheapest on the market), and it has a solid warranty behind it.


  • The Western Digital My Passport offers a spacious hard drive for casual Mac users who simply want to back their data up, but there are faster drives with faster connections available.

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    If you have a digital library that's larger than the capacity of your tablet and want to bring it all with you on the go, the Wireless Plus is arguably the best choice on the market.


  • If you have a digital library that's larger than the capacity of your tablet and want to bring it all with you on the go, the Wireless Plus is arguably the best choice on the market.


  • Unless you are using a Mac with a FireWire 800 port, G-Tech's G-Drive mini Triple portable hard drive holds little appeal.


  • The G-Drive mini is a portable drive that offers connectivity flexibility. And if you need zippy data transfers, the G-Drive mini is an ideal choice.

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    The G-DRIVE Mini from G-Technologies (Hitachi) is a nice addition to any notebook computer needing extra or backup storage although more so for Mac users than PC users with the FireWire 800 interface being the best option for data speeds.


  • The CloudBox offers undeniably simple, combined NAS and offsite backup, but it's a poky performer and the 100GB local capacity is too limited.


  • Some people will prefer a more versatile and mobile service, such as DropBox, which allows you to quickly retrieve and sync files in different locations and on different devices. The CloudBox's on-line features are more limited, but could still work well for people who need the extra security of both local and on-line storage for relatively small amounts of important personal data.

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    The CloudBox is a great idea imperfectly realised. For users who have small data sets or are concerned only with their vital data, it's an appealingly simple - though slow and pricey - backup system. Before you buy, make sure that you're willing to pony up $130 bucks (£1) a year to maintain your online backup. Without the online component, all you have is an underpowered, low-capacity NAS box.


Top 5 750 gb hard drive:

  1. WD My Book Studio 1TB Mac External Hard Drive Storage USB 3.0
  2. WD My Passport for Mac 1TB USB 3.0
  3. Seagate Wireless Plus 1 TB Built-In Wi-Fi Streaming (STCK1000100)
  4. G-Technology G-DRIVE mini 1TB 0G02576
  5. LaCie CloudBox 1TB Gigabit Ethernet NAS