External Hard Drives
Hey there peeps, welcome back to another exciting entry in my electronics blog! I know you all are probably getting geared up for thanksgiving, I sure am! The wife’s whole family is coming down, including the dozen or so young kids! Yay! I am bubbling with excitement! Well I actually am because this year I got 6 external hard drives full of more TV shows and movies than you could shake a stick at. We got 3 TV’s, 2 laptops, and 2 tablets plus whatever everyone else is bringing so these kids should be able to watch Frozen and the same episode of Spongebob Squarepants as many times as they want, wherever they want. I love having all these little hard drives to whip out whenever is needed. I have 20 of them all together excluding flash drives and solid state hard drives and they are the most useful piece of technology I have( mostly because my stupid phone doesn’t work)
Normally I have everything on these drives. One of them has all the super bowls of the last decade as well as every Steelers game, plus some choice other and of the course all the World Hockey Series. Then I have 3 of them dedicated to movies, split up into genres. Action, Adventure, Thriller, Drama, and Mystery on one. Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, Family, and Sci Fi on another. Then finally Documentaries, Biographies, History, and Musicals in the last. The same set up for movies, with an additional hard drive for each for children movies. These drives vary in size from 500Gb to 3TB, but the 3TB drives require external external support. I also have some to hold games on, for not only my computer but my Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 consoles as well. These unfortunately have to be formatted prior to use but they are a great upgrade to the memory included in the machines. Thanks for reading guys, i got to check my turkey!
External Hard Drive