Seagate Wireless Plus mobile device storage announced

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Seagate has just announced their Wireless Plus mobile device storage that will arrive in three different capacities – that of 500GB, 1TB and 2TB, where just about anyone ought to be able to find a version that will suit their every need. In a nutshell, the Seagate Wireless Plus storage has been specially designed to expand beyond the limitations of mobile devices, where these would include the likes of smartphones and tablets. Thanks to the amount of storage space that the Wireless Plus comes with, they sport capacities that are multiples beyond the highest storage available on everyday mobile devices, making it theideal solution to stream your favorite high definition video, all the while ensuring that there is more than enough space left on the likes of your Android-powered tablet, iPad, iPhone, smartphone, Amazon Kindle Fire, Windows 8 machines and Windows RT tablets.

The Seagate Wireless Plus mobile device storage holds a gong for being a CES 2013 Best of Innovations Award Winner, where it will also include a new option to save content as well as files to the drive wirelessly thanks to the updated Seagate Media app, in addition to having the ability to migrate files to cloud services such as Dropbox and Google Drive.

With the Seagate Media app’s new capability to synchronize your files on the Seagate Wireless Plus storage using an existing cloud storage provider, it translates to the fact that your files are able to remain accessible to you always, even when you do not happen to have any kind of network access. The Seagate Media app would also create your own Dropbox or Google Drive folder, ensuring that all of the relevant files will remain available and at the ready. Once you happen to be back on the network, your files will re-sync automatically in order to make sure that all the previous hard work done are saved in both the cloud and the Wireless Plus drive.

The Seagate Wireless Plus mobile storage sports a battery life of up to 10 hours, and the 500GB, 1TB and 2TB models will retail for $149.99, $179.99 and $199.99, respectively.

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michael Says: May 13, 2014 at 5:25 am

Thanks for the info…Am going straight to get one for myself

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