Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus review
With unusual styling that looks like it came straight from a 1970s sci-fi series, Maxtor’s OneTouch Plus is a distinctive but not unattractive product. It’s well built and well thought-out, with a compact footprint that will fit on even the most cluttered of desks, and it ships with a selection of cables that are conveniently long, unlike the infuriatingly short ones shipped with some drives. A Kensington lock helps to protect both the drive and any valuable data that may reside on it. It also represents great value for money – offering 1GB for every 16p of its retail price. Unfortunately, though, while it has USB and FireWire ports, there’s no eSATA connection, so filling that cavernous 750GB could take some time.