Samsung 1.5TB Story Station Hard Drive Review + Formatting Tip for Mac Users

If you need serious amounts of storage space, how does 1.5TB sound? Check out my review of the Samsung Story Station Hard Drive. Plus a formatting Tip for Mac Users. Buy this product here amzn.to Check out more great reviews on my YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com or the main website www.geekanoids.co.uk
Video Rating: 4 / 5

24 Responses to Samsung 1.5TB Story Station Hard Drive Review + Formatting Tip for Mac Users

  • R. Darius says:

    Why Did They Stop Making The Story Station

  • dhksrksalem says:

    Samsung is South Korean company
    Not Japan

  • trailersic says:

    I’s GORGEOUS! I bought 6 of them because I knew they’d stop making them sometime. it’s what true hardware should look like.

  • darkangelzephyron says:

    christ almighty that has to be the ugliest external hdd in existence. what in gods name were they thinking!? but great review.

  • darkangelzephyron says:

    christ almighty that has to be the ugliest external hdd in existence. what in gods name were they thinking!? but great review.

  • AlexandruZota says:

    My Samsung 1.5TB Story shut it’s self down TODAY! I lose my entry FILES ! I hate this product!

  • Darren Roberts says:

    Thanks for the great review, you answered nearly all of my questions.
    The only outstanding question i would like to know the answer to and hopefully someone out there will know the answer, is ; Is it possible to use a mac book pro platform to back up all my movies onto this hard drive, then connect the hard drive to a Sony blu-ray DVD player via the USB connection and watch my movies?
    A strange question I know, however, if anyone knows the answer I thank you in advance..!

  • davomrmac says:

    thanks :) 

  • Bobby Flynn says:

    Thanks your the bomb geekanoids !!
    

  • aaron de ruiter says:

    What’s disc utility? can’t seem to find it…

  • davomrmac says:

    Thanks for taking the time to comment. I am glad the video helped.

  • jujuzac says:

    get a DROBO look them up….they are future proof later you can get them to have 16TB

  • wheellyfoe parpaprparpa says:

    HI GUYS!!! PLEASE I NEED URGENT HELP!!!!

    HOW DO I ARRIVE TO THE CONTROL PANEL SHOWED IN THE VIDEO FROM 4:00 MINUTE TO THE END OF THE VIDEO????

    THANKS IN DAVANCED GUYS ;)

  • adding123 says:

    !!!! don’t buy it.!!!!
    i made a mistake, and bought the story station 2.0TB that had a included USB 3.
    it worked no more than 21 days, and shut it’s self down.
    Just for the record my western digital after 3.5 years still works only problem it 0.5 TB.
    !!!bottom line don’t buy it, pay a little more for WD !!!

  • davomrmac says:

    Glad it helped :)

  • arunciks says:

    I am getting really disappointed First HDD got replaced 1 year after purchase with defective HDD. second I received from warranty was working 2 months and just stopped to power up. I made mistake sending it in (I wish I kept it and at least had my data). I would just took the drive back with no replacement, but after I called TTS the guy on the phone explained that there are no ways of doing it and my drive probably already destroyed. The 3rd HDD sent back by Samsung warranty company TTS – DOA.

  • hummingbirdgirl says:

    Thank you for the MAC information! You saved my day!

  • davomrmac says:

    Thanks for your comment.

  • bluescan92 says:

    Thanks a lot for the great review. It helped so much!
    Keep up the good work. i`m, going for 4 of these to my iMac 2011:)
    6 Tb`s should be enough ? :P

  • davomrmac says:

    Glad it helped.

  • sumishta says:

    Thanks SO much for posting the tip on formatting the Samsung Story for Mac. I have a 2TB I just got today and I thought I really blew it when I tried to format it and it only would format for MS. Now I can use it with confidence. Really appreciated! You are a star! 5 stars in fact!

  • davomrmac says:

    @jamiegrind Glad it helped.

  • davomrmac says:

    glad it helped.

  • 8Marysa8 says:

    THANK YOU SO SO MUCH FOR THE MAC TIP! Don’t know what I’ve done without you!

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