Transcend - StoreJet Classic Series 25D3 1TB External USB 3.0/2.0 Portable Hard Drive - Black

With a 1TB storage capacity, this Transcend StoreJet Classic Series 25D3 TS1TSJ25D3 external hard drive lets you take plenty of media on the go. The internal suspension damper and 256-bit AES file and folder encryption help keep information protected.

Tablet, laptop
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What's Included

  • Transcend StoreJet Classic Series 25D3 1TB External USB 3.0/2.0 Portable Hard Drive
  • USB cable
  • Owner's manual

Ratings & Reviews

Overall Customer Rating:
100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1 out of 1)


1TB capacity

Provides ample storage space for your music, movies and other files.

USB 3.0 interface

Backward compatible with USB 2.0 for flexible connectivity.

Up to 5 Gbps via USB 3.0 or up to 480 Mbps via USB 2.0

For fast, efficient data transfer.

5400 rpm speed

For fast performance.

Transcend Elite backup and security software (download required)

Includes 256-bit AES file and folder encryption to help keep your sensitive data safe.

Power-saving sleep mode

Activates after 10 minutes to help conserve energy.

Multicolor LED indicator light

Offers simple information at a glance.

Internal hard-drive suspension damper

Provides durability to prevent data loss typically caused by accidental shock or collision.

Mirror-like gloss finish

Enhances tactile and visual appeal.

Driver-free plug-and-play operation

Simplifies installation.

Compatible with PC, Mac and Linux

For flexible use.

Overall customer rating

would recommend to a friend
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Nice Looking Hard Drive


    I purchased one of these hard drives for personal use. I have the M3 series for my wife's laptop as well. The Transcend drives are a few dollars more expensive than a brand like WD, or Seagate, but the internal suspension system that the Transcend drives come with is well worth the few dollars. What am I talking about? If you open up a WD/Seagate vs a Transcend hard drive, only the Transcend drives have shock absorbing silicone on the inside of the drive. So if you drop your drive from the desk to the floor, it will most likely be ok. Not so with the Toshiba, WD, etc. I have had it happen and it is never fun to lose data. If you are paranoid about your data, get the Transcend drive because in the long run a $5.00 difference is the difference between a functioning hard drive or a paperweight.

    I would recommend this to a friend

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