What is the Seagate GO Flex External HDD standard and how does it differ from USB?

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Judging by the rather content-free explanations on Seagates webpage regarding GoFlex I get the idea that all GoFlex entails is an interface and a set of cables and adaptors to allow a hard drive to be used on any type of computer, be it a PC, Mac,
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