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  1. Mike
    April 3, 2010

    So basically you pay around 15-20% extra just to have a capacity gauge on the drive when you can easily monitor the capacity via your operating system anyway?
    Not worth it in my oppinion.
    Don’t know about anyone else but I hardly even SEE my external hard drives. They are kept on a shelf away from any heat from the PC. So the gauge is completely useless for me.

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    • Aref
      August 23, 2011

      I really thank you for saving me 15-20% extra.Perfect explanation.Have a nice day and thank you again.

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  2. HL
    April 17, 2010

    Reading this basically tells me that Elite and Essentials are the same….. but different…….

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  3. j
    May 25, 2010

    maybe they forgot to finish writing the article….

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  4. know it all
    November 24, 2010

    thats it in a nutshell. one has the guage leds for capacity and the other model doesnt. i wonder what effect the leds/diodes have on the circuit as opposed to not having them? i would think the leds will require more current and wind up with it running at a higher temp, which long term will slowly cook the components causing them to go out of tolerence. Long term the one with leds will fail.

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  5. Jasnz
    August 4, 2011

    @know it all. You clearly no nothing about LEDS then if you think that. Go do some research before making comments.

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