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Seagate 4TB Backup Plus USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive - £74.09 using code @ Currys PC World / eBay
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Seagate 4TB Backup Plus USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive - £74.09 using code @ Currys PC World / eBay

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Posted 15th Mar

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Nice price for this USB powered 4TB portable drive - use code PRODUCT5 at checkout to pay £74.09. Free delivery or click & collect from your nearest Currys PC World store.

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Have Space to Grow

Offering up to 5 TB of expansive capacity and an array of colour choices, Backup Plus Portable complements daily life by making room for digital life. Topping it off — seamless Windows and Mac compatibility, customisable backup, and folder mirroring.

Massive Capacity

Up to 5 TB of expansive space inside a travel-ready drive.

Refined Design

Complements today’s devices with a chic polished aluminium enclosure.

Easy-to-Use Backup Software

Seagate Toolkit enables on-demand backup along with automatic hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly backups.

Incredibly Compatible

Its USB 3.0 interface works with both Mac and Windows out of the box — no reformatting necessary.
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Nice mate
Good deal @merb0786
I dont need it but for that price I'm seriously thinking about getting another one
Thanks
Diamond_Studd15/03/2020 18:52

Good deal @merb0786 I dont need it but for that price I'm seriously …Good deal @merb0786 I dont need it but for that price I'm seriously thinking about getting another oneThanks


Ta @Diamond_Studd. Looking forward to your next fab Amazon deal
This is about £4 higher than the earlier deal from late Feb. I would wait for the price to drop a bit more if there is no urgency.
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Is tis a 2.5 drive inside?
Andrew77916/03/2020 00:04

Is tis a 2.5 drive inside?


Yes, but it is a bit thicker than the ones you have inside laptops and consoles. The "slim" category peaks at 2TB.
I bought this drive from Currys for 70£, transferred a bunch of data to it and then it became unreadable when I tried to acess the data a few days later (using the same laptop).
Was going to return it but decided to give it another chance and connected the disk to a Raspberry Pi 4. Worked perfectly. Turns out that I used another USB port when reading the data than the one I used for writing it. The USB ports on my (old) laptop supply different amounts of current, apparently. Using the "good" port never causes any issues with this drive.
Write speeds are consistent, around 95-100 MB/s for large files. I love it so far.
Edited by: "Forecaster" 16th Mar
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