Page 1:TeraByte Storage Is Here
Page 2:LaCie Vs. Maxtor
Page 3:LaCie Big Disk Extreme 1 TB
Page 4:Seagate Barracuda 7200.9s Inside
Page 5:Backup Software
Page 6:Maxtor OneTouch III Turbo
Page 7:Flexible OneTouch Button
Page 9:Maxtor Storage Manager
Page 10:OneTouch Button Configuration
Page 11:Retrospect Express
Page 12:Test Setup
Page 13:USB 2.0
Page 14:Access Time
Page 15:Data Transfer Performance
OneTouch Button Configuration
The button actually is quite a powerful item. It can be used to run a pre-defined backup, to synchronize data, or to launch any other application. It may also be useful to run a more complex batch file or backup script using the OneTouch button.
Performance & Power Settings
The performance setting has an influence on the drives' access time, using acoustic management.
Power management is a feature that most external storage products do not offer at all. Maxtor allows you to power the OneTouch III Turbo down automatically when it runs idle after a selectable period of time.
The security setup page is very much self-explanatory.
The RAID Dilemma
As already described, Maxtor offers a RAID 1 redundancy mode, which will protect your data in case one of the drives should fail, at the cost of half of its capacity.
- TeraByte Storage Is Here
- LaCie Vs. Maxtor
- LaCie Big Disk Extreme 1 TB
- Seagate Barracuda 7200.9s Inside
- Backup Software
- Maxtor OneTouch III Turbo
- Flexible OneTouch Button
- Maxtor Storage Manager
- OneTouch Button Configuration
- Retrospect Express
- Test Setup
- USB 2.0
- Access Time
- Data Transfer Performance