Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2TB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0, Silver (STDR2000101)

December 5, 2017 - Comment

Seagate Backup Plus Slim is an easy way to protect and share your digital life. Ready to go with up to 5TB of storage space for your most important files, the sleek and protective metal finish is available in classic black, silver, red or blue. Choose your flavor and join the millions of satisfied customers

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Seagate Backup Plus Slim is an easy way to protect and share your digital life. Ready to go with up to 5TB of storage space for your most important files, the sleek and protective metal finish is available in classic black, silver, red or blue. Choose your flavor and join the millions of satisfied customers with one of Seagate’s most popular and trusted portable drive.

Product Features

  • Create easy customized backup plans with included Seagate Dashboard software
  • USB powered – no power supply necessary
  • Quick file transfer with USB 3.0 connectivity.Dimensions(L x W x H mm)-114,5 x 76 x 20,35 mm
  • Compatible with PlayStation 4 (Requires PS4 System Software Update 4.50 or higher).Works interchangeably on PC and Mac computers-without needing to reformat
  • Includes:NTFS driver for Mac

Milos Ivanovic says:

Working, but beware of bad sectors; always keep backups! I received this drive 8 months ago and it is still working in an acceptable manner by my standards. For more details, please continue reading. 

Llamanator301 says:

Died during backup after less than 2 hours. I was pleased to initially get this backup HDD, it is small, portable, clean design, with a nice black color. It was packed in an easy to open and protective box and the basic instructions were simple and clear, plug the HDD into your computer with the accompanying cord and download the Seagate Dashboard application to begin backing up. I did just that, and initially seemed to be up to a great start. The Dashboard app isn’t fancy, but appeared to be sufficient to get the job done…

Jack Donnelly says:

6 months anddddd it’s a brick…. After 6 months the hard drive has died. I was using it as an Xbox One storage was was working fine until today. I have tried countless fixes for hours but it won’t read on Xbox or any computer suddenly even though it powers up. I will now have to download over a TB of data and am out a hard drive. Goodbye Seagate, maybe warranty your product and stand by it….

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