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Seagate FreeAgent Go Dock+ Portable HDD Docking Station - Packaging

Looking to add storage to your portable, but not wanting to lose USB ports? - The Seagate FreeAgent Go Dock+ could be the answer for you.

| Enclosures/Externals in Storage | Posted: Oct 29, 2009 2:46 pm
TweakTown Rating: 82%Manufacturer: Seagate

Packaging

 

The new Dock+ comes in an oblong plastic case that is of the "difficult to open" type. In fact, there is no clear cut way to open it. The front displays the Dock+ and expounds upon its virtues (it adds three USB ports to your system).

 

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The back gives a little more information; it also shows you what it will look like when paired up with a FreeAgent Go. We also see the included leather protective travel case that comes with the Dock+.

 

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After you cut your way through all of the interior packaging (and there is a lot), you will find the goodies inside.

 

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As the FreeAgent Go Dock+ is not only a dock for your FreeAgent drive, but a power USB hub, we find a blocky power adapter. As with many items from Seagate, the power adapter can be setup for different countries (although the extra adapters are not included). There is also a USB cable (USB b to Mini-USB), a travel pouch/case and the top billing Dock+ itself.

 

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