2TB 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive

  • SuperSpeed USB3.0
  • Plug and Play operation
  • Drag and Drop use


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2TB 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive

2TB 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive. An external hard drive is a piece of equipment that can be connected to your computer to increase its storage space. Unlike the hard drive that’s installed in your computer, an external HDD is portable and can also be used to store files from multiple devices.

Do you need one?

If you find yourself in situations where file transfers need to occur quickly, then the convenience (and extra up-front cost) of a faster external HDD is worth considering.


Easy-to-Use Portable Storage Solution
The Expansion portable hard drive installs easily by plugging in a single USB cord. You can start saving your digital files to this external HDD within seconds of removing them from the box.

Instantly Adds Storage Capacity
Digital photos, video and music files can tax your computer’s storage, causing performance to decline as its internal hard drive fills to capacity. Add an additional 2TB of storage to free up your computer’s HDD and restore performance.

Installs Quickly
This Expansion drives plug directly into the USB port on your computer without the need for an external power supply. Once plugged in the drive is automatically recognized by the Windows operating system with no software to install or configure.

Rescue Data Recovery Services
When the unexpected happens, like water damage or natural disasters. Rescue Services help you defend against data loss and retrieval costs so you can rest easier.


As part of its specifications, each HDD has a speed at which the platter rotates, measured in RPMs. The faster the drive, the faster the throughput, since the head reads and writes the bits at a faster rate. 2.5-inch consumer drives typically spin at 5400 RPMs.


It is no secret that an SSD is faster in Transfer Speeds, so why not browse our selection of Solid State Drives HERE

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