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SEAGATE Expansion Portable Hard Drive - 4 TB, Black - £99.99 @ Currys

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SEAGATE Expansion Portable Hard Drive - 4 TB, Black Product code: 164352 Top features:  - Portable storage for easy backups  - Plug and play setup with no software - 2 year free subscri… Read More
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SEAGATE Expansion Portable Hard Drive - 4 TB, Black
Product code: 164352

Top features: 

- Portable storage for easy backups 

- Plug and play setup with no software

- 2 year free subscription to Seagate Recovery Services

Portable storage

Transfer large files to save on storage, take important files with you and back up easily with the Seagate Expansion Portable Hard Drive. With enough space for up to 482 films, 800,000 photos and 1,000,000 songs, you can make sure that all of your media is stored safely and doesn't compromise on the performance of your computer or laptop.

A free 2 year subscription to Seagate Rescue Data Recovery Services keeps your files safe, even if you accidently delete them. This software scans your PC and hard drive to recover lost and corrupted files that would otherwise be lost forever.   

Plug and play setup

Set up in seconds without needing to download any software with a plug and play design that is immediately recognised by your Windows operating system. All you need to do is connect to your computer with the USB cable and you can immediately start transferring files. And because it's powered from the USB cable, there's no need for an external power supply.

Connect to a super-fast USB 3.0 port for superior data transfer speeds. But if your computer only has USB 2.0 ports available, the Expansion drive is backwards compatible.

Technical specifications for SEAGATE Expansion Portable Hard Drive - 4 TB, Black

DRIVE
Type: Portable
Capacity: 4TB
Power supply: USB
Colour: Black

DEVICE CONNECTIVITY
Wired connection- USB 2.0
- USB 3.0

COMPATIBILITY
Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10

GENERAL
Dimensions: 117 x 80 x 14.8 mm (H x W x D)
Weight: 170g
Box contents- Seagate Expansion Portable Hard Drive
- USB 3.0 cable
- Quick start guide
Manufacturer’s guarantee: 2 years
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1 Like #2
Good deal for a portable
#3
Amazon have price matched too (though temporarily out of stock).
#4
Nice. I had no idea they had made these up to 4gig now. Wonder if they'll fit into a ps4
#5
Does anyone know or has had experience of how good the "Seagate recovery service" is?

Really need a new glut of storage space but am not keen on anything that doesnt have some sort of redundancy\recovery ability.
#6
heat added btw :)
1 Like #7
Would this be ok for an Xbox one or am I completely "barking up the wrong tree"?
2 Likes #8
Waiting for 5 TB to hit this price.

Edited By: goodfera on Nov 28, 2016 10:37
#9
have been tracking the price of this 99.99 is the usual price on Amazon from quite a while, though it keeps on fluctuating.
But the 2TB @44.95 was a very good deal on Argos, so dropped the plan of getting this one and had bought two of those.
#10
Rkp
have been tracking the price of this 99.99 is the usual price on Amazon from quite a while, though it keeps on fluctuating.
But the 2TB @44.95 was a very good deal on Argos, so dropped the plan of getting this one and had bought two of those.


can you put up link to the 2tb at argos please?
#11
tdk2bu
Rkp
have been tracking the price of this 99.99 is the usual price on Amazon from quite a while, though it keeps on fluctuating.
But the 2TB @44.95 was a very good deal on Argos, so dropped the plan of getting this one and had bought two of those.
can you put up link to the 2tb at argos please?

I second that.. Can't find the 2TB at this price at Argos. Would be very interested in them. Thanks
#12
joseyjoe
Would this be ok for an Xbox one or am I completely "barking up the wrong tree"?
I have got the 5TB for my XB1 and it works great. No noise and boots faster than the XB1 as well.
#13
mcbamo
tdk2bu
Rkp
have been tracking the price of this 99.99 is the usual price on Amazon from quite a while, though it keeps on fluctuating.
But the 2TB @44.95 was a very good deal on Argos, so dropped the plan of getting this one and had bought two of those.
can you put up link to the 2tb at argos please?
I second that.. Can't find the 2TB at this price at Argos. Would be very interested in them. Thanks
It is no longer £45 at Argos now it is up to £65. I was looking for one but was just a Black Friday offer that went OOS almost instantly.
#14
AndyBarney
mcbamo
tdk2bu
Rkp
have been tracking the price of this 99.99 is the usual price on Amazon from quite a while, though it keeps on fluctuating.
But the 2TB @44.95 was a very good deal on Argos, so dropped the plan of getting this one and had bought two of those.
can you put up link to the 2tb at argos please?
I second that.. Can't find the 2TB at this price at Argos. Would be very interested in them. Thanks
It is no longer £45 at Argos now it is up to £65. I was looking for one but was just a Black Friday offer that went OOS almost instantly.

Ok thank you..
#15
Any deals on 1 or 2tb portable external hard drive,the best i can find so far is £45 for 1tb Toshiba
1 Like #16
Does this requre a power supply?
1 Like #17
Silent69
Any deals on 1 or 2tb portable external hard drive,the best i can find so far is £45 for 1tb Toshiba

rafalution2
Does this requre a power supply?
Portable is a big hint in the post :)
#18
don't forget to order through Quidco to save even more
#19
rafalution2
Does this requre a power supply?


no. it's plug and play
#20
bigdeal66
Silent69
Any deals on 1 or 2tb portable external hard drive,the best i can find so far is £45 for 1tb Toshiba
rafalution2
Does this requre a power supply?
Portable is a big hint in the post :)
Play nice lol sounds
#21
SuperMariosDad
Nice. I had no idea they had made these up to 4gig now. Wonder if they'll fit into a ps4

From what I can see online, the 4TB drives are too big for the PS4. 2TB is probably your best option.

http://www.ryli.net/best-4tb-internal-hard-drive-hdd-for-ps4/
4 Likes #22
SuperMariosDad
Nice. I had no idea they had made these up to 4gig now. Wonder if they'll fit into a ps4

If 4gig impresses you, wait till you see the 10TB IronWolf. 2,500 times the capacity.
#23
if you only have a 500mb xbox one, you will need one of these based on the amount of storage games need incl DLC add ons....good price!

Edited By: mickgoodie on Nov 28, 2016 13:39
4 Likes #24
here's the drives in them

Be aware that this is an SMR drive so will be a bad os drive
its fine as a media drive i had full speed writes moving 4tb from one drive to this
140 at the start of the drive moving down to around 80 at the end of the drive

If you are deleting and adding stuff it will be quite slow

Left = 1x 4tb ST4000LM016 15mm shucked from Expansion Portable (SMR)
Right = 2 x 2tb ST2000LM003 9mm shucked from Expansion Portable (PMR)
Top Right = 1 x 2tb ST2000LM003 9mm shucked from Backup Plus Portable (PMR)
Top Left Back = Samsung 850 EVO
Top Left Front = Samsung G2 Enclosure (2010)
https://s5.postimg.org/56m4lcndh/Sas.jpg





Edited By: Shonk on Nov 28, 2016 14:11: Asda Smart Price
1 Like #25
MA3STRO
SuperMariosDad
Nice. I had no idea they had made these up to 4gig now. Wonder if they'll fit into a ps4

From what I can see online, the 4TB drives are too big for the PS4. 2TB is probably your best option.

http://www.ryli.net/best-4tb-internal-hard-drive-hdd-for-ps4/


I got a 2tb in one of them at the moment. Shame it's not a bit smaller as it would have been great for the other.
#26
Shonk
here's the drives in them

Be aware that this is an SMR drive so will be a bad os drive
its fine as a media drive i had full speed writes moving 4tb from one drive to this
140 at the start of the drive moving down to around 80 at the end of the drive

If you are deleting and adding stuff it will be quite slow

Left = 1x 4tb ST4000LM016 15mm shucked from Expansion Portable (SMR)
Right = 2 x 2tb ST2000LM003 9mm shucked from Expansion Portable (PMR)
Top Right = 1 x 2tb ST2000LM003 9mm shucked from Backup Plus Portable (PMR)
Top Left Back = Samsung 850 EVO
Top Left Front = Samsung G2 Enclosure (2010)
https://s5.postimg.org/56m4lcndh/Sas.jpg






Not sure what I'm looking at, what "shucked" means or (SMR) but you seem to know what you're talking about haha! Will this fit inside a PS4 if I crack it open?
#27
nope its 15mm high
ps4 is 9mm
the 2tb expansion drive will fit

prynolfc
Shonk
here's the drives in them
Be aware that this is an SMR drive so will be a bad os drive
its fine as a media drive i had full speed writes moving 4tb from one drive to this
140 at the start of the drive moving down to around 80 at the end of the drive
If you are deleting and adding stuff it will be quite slow
Left = 1x 4tb ST4000LM016 15mm shucked from Expansion Portable (SMR)
Right = 2 x 2tb ST2000LM003 9mm shucked from Expansion Portable (PMR)
Top Right = 1 x 2tb ST2000LM003 9mm shucked from Backup Plus Portable (PMR)
Top Left Back = Samsung 850 EVO
Top Left Front = Samsung G2 Enclosure (2010)https://s5.postimg.org/56m4lcndh/Sas.jpg
Not sure what I'm looking at, what "shucked" means or (SMR) but you seem to know what you're talking about haha! Will this fit inside a PS4 if I crack it open?
1 Like #28
Not going to vote either way but I bought the 2TB version from amazing 5 weeks ago and already died. The disk failed. Luckly, they gave me a refund but also 6 weeks ago my Seagate NAS died. I just dont seem to have much luck with Seagate :(
#29
the 2tb's come with samsung made drives (Samsung M9T)
yes i know seagate own them but the Samsung Division Made the drives

I have had 7 2TB M9T's my oldest one is 2013 and they are all fine
you got unlucky most prob badly handled at some point

darthvader666uk
Not going to vote either way but I bought the 2TB version from amazing 5 weeks ago and already died. The disk failed. Luckly, they gave me a refund but also 6 weeks ago my Seagate NAS died. I just dont seem to have much luck with Seagate :(
#30
Shonk
nope its 15mm high
ps4 is 9mm
the 2tb expansion drive will fit

prynolfc
Shonk
here's the drives in them
Be aware that this is an SMR drive so will be a bad os drive
its fine as a media drive i had full speed writes moving 4tb from one drive to this
140 at the start of the drive moving down to around 80 at the end of the drive
If you are deleting and adding stuff it will be quite slow
Left = 1x 4tb ST4000LM016 15mm shucked from Expansion Portable (SMR)
Right = 2 x 2tb ST2000LM003 9mm shucked from Expansion Portable (PMR)
Top Right = 1 x 2tb ST2000LM003 9mm shucked from Backup Plus Portable (PMR)
Top Left Back = Samsung 850 EVO
Top Left Front = Samsung G2 Enclosure (2010)https://s5.postimg.org/56m4lcndh/Sas.jpg
Not sure what I'm looking at, what "shucked" means or (SMR) but you seem to know what you're talking about haha! Will this fit inside a PS4 if I crack it open?


ok, nice 1 for the help :D
#31
darthvader666uk
Not going to vote either way but I bought the 2TB version from amazing 5 weeks ago and already died. The disk failed. Luckly, they gave me a refund but also 6 weeks ago my Seagate NAS died. I just dont seem to have much luck with Seagate :(


Hope it doesn't happen to any of my drives, i have had a 1tb portable toshiba that has lasted a good few years (between 2-3 years) and it is still going strong, i also have this hard drive (got it for the same price a few months ago) and it's been sound as a pound up to now, but I have heard Seagate hard drives just die on lots of people, you'd think in 2016-2017 they would be more reliable
#32
darthvader666uk
Not going to vote either way but I bought the 2TB version from amazing 5 weeks ago and already died. The disk failed. Luckly, they gave me a refund but also 6 weeks ago my Seagate NAS died. I just dont seem to have much luck with Seagate :(

I got a couple of the 2tb M9T ones a couple of years ago and removed them from their caddies and they are still going strong.
#33
I have a 2gb drive reserved at Argos Crayford if anyone wants it. £44.99
#34
The only guarantee on this is that it's guaranteed to fail.
#35
CKEBROWN2212
I have a 2gb drive reserved at Argos Crayford if anyone wants it. £44.99
I would like it if you can share please...
#36
#37
mickgoodie
if you only have a 500mb xbox one, you will need one of these based on the amount of storage games need incl DLC add ons....good price!

Depends how many games you have.
I've just filled my extra 1TB drive, and that's with 77 games installed.
Just picked up the 2TB one that was down to £44.99 though, so I should be good to go for a while yet.
I'd say 4TB is a bit excessive.
#38
Real pity that this doesn't fit in a PS4 .. was actually looking for a 4tb drive to stick in there - anyone know of other 4tb drives that work?
#39
Shonk
the 2tb's come with samsung made drives (Samsung M9T)
yes i know seagate own them but the Samsung Division Made the drives
I have had 7 2TB M9T's my oldest one is 2013 and they are all fine
you got unlucky most prob badly handled at some point
darthvader666uk
Not going to vote either way but I bought the 2TB version from amazing 5 weeks ago and already died. The disk failed. Luckly, they gave me a refund but also 6 weeks ago my Seagate NAS died. I just dont seem to have much luck with Seagate :(

They use Samsung Drives? Oddly enough I have a Samsung M3 and had that for about a year with zero fault. Im sure I just had a bad one. Tbh, the Seagate hadn't been great since the first day I had it. Always seemed slower than what it should be when transferring on Usb 3.
1 Like #40
prynolfc
darthvader666uk
Not going to vote either way but I bought the 2TB version from amazing 5 weeks ago and already died. The disk failed. Luckly, they gave me a refund but also 6 weeks ago my Seagate NAS died. I just dont seem to have much luck with Seagate :(

Hope it doesn't happen to any of my drives, i have had a 1tb portable toshiba that has lasted a good few years (between 2-3 years) and it is still going strong, i also have this hard drive (got it for the same price a few months ago) and it's been sound as a pound up to now, but I have heard Seagate hard drives just die on lots of people, you'd think in 2016-2017 they would be more reliable

Yeah I have just had bad experiences with Seagate in general over the years. Oddly this drive didnt seem that great when I first bought it and with it dying, kind of makes sense. Amazon's customer support was superb so I got a replacement :)

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