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Hi!

I'm thinking of buying a new storage device. As it would be great to be able to watch my files on TV directly, I was considering the following options:

- Woxter i-Cube X-Div 35 XP PRO 400GB / 500GB
- Conceptronic Grab'n'Go 400GB

Are they compatible with Mac? Any problems about it? Good image quality?

There's such a high amount of products offered that I am going slightly mad...

Your comments will be much appreciated!
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I have no experience with either, but I would buy a large internal Hard drive (ATA or SATA II) and then buy a case for it separately. You can save a lot of money this way and get significantly more drive for your buck. Make sure you get FireWire 400 or 800 for the connection if you want really good read/write times.


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