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seagate portable hard drive vs lacie


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Hello,
I found the (80GB) lacie mobile hard drive for $150 and also found a seagate portable hard drive (100GB) for $160.
The LaCie is a touch smaller and a touch cheaper; but 20GB for $10 more aint a bad deal.
Anyone had any experience with either of these drives?
thanks,
M
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