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Seagate 4TB Portable Hard Drive at Very for £82.99 (£3.99 delivery or free Click & Collect)
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Seagate 4TB Portable Hard Drive at Very for £82.99 (£3.99 delivery or free Click & Collect)

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Posted 6th Apr

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Back up a huge quantity of files with the Seagate 4Tb Expansion portable hard drive.

This is the easy way to add more storage space to your computer instantly and take large files with you when you travel. With a 4Tb (4000Gb) hard drive you can store up to 1.1 million digital photos, a million songs, 1760 hours of DVD standard video or 480 hours of HD video.

Set-up is straightforward: simply connect to your PC, laptop or tablet via USB cable and you are ready to go. The drive is also powered from the USB cable, so there is no need for an external power supply.

Also, it is automatically recognised by the Windows operating system, which means there is no software to install and nothing to configure. Saving files is also easy – all you need to do is drag and drop.

Enjoy impressively fast data transfer speeds with the USB 3.0 interface by connecting to a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port. USB 3.0 is backward compatible with USB 2.0 for additional system compatibility.

Data Recovery Plan - Your digital life is irreplaceable. If your computer or hard drive fails, it can cost hundreds of pounds to restore all your music, photos, movies, memories, and important files. Seagate’s Rescue Data Recovery Plan gives you peace of mind that your data is protected. If your drive experiences a failure, mechanical or logical, this plan will help you restore your data at no additional charge.
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I have always consider WD and Seagate top brands for HDD, but recently the majority I read about Seagate is negative...
Very do free click and collect for orders over £25
Alllfff06/04/2020 09:31

I have always consider WD and Seagate top brands for HDD, but recently the …I have always consider WD and Seagate top brands for HDD, but recently the majority I read about Seagate is negative...



It's only anecdotal, because my 4 external drives in the last 5 years are not representative of the market, but I've had 2 out of 4 seagates die on me. I shucked the third one after the first two failed (the first three were the 3.5") and put it inside the case it seems to have been fine, so I don't know if it's a cooling issue with them or something, but the first two lasted just beyond their warranty and failed.

I've got a little 2.5" 2tb external, and I just went over to check it for this question, I swear it just f'd up. It disconnected, and now it can't connect and fails to install drivers.




Sigh... Guess this is the rest of my morning.
Darkle06/04/2020 11:44

It's only anecdotal, because my 4 external drives in the last 5 years are …It's only anecdotal, because my 4 external drives in the last 5 years are not representative of the market, but I've had 2 out of 4 seagates die on me. I shucked the third one after the first two failed (the first three were the 3.5") and put it inside the case it seems to have been fine, so I don't know if it's a cooling issue with them or something, but the first two lasted just beyond their warranty and failed.I've got a little 2.5" 2tb external, and I just went over to check it for this question, I swear it just f'd up. It disconnected, and now it can't connect and fails to install drivers.[Image] Sigh... Guess this is the rest of my morning.


May i ask what they were used in terms of read/write frequencies and amounts?
Alllfff06/04/2020 11:52

May i ask what they were used in terms of read/write frequencies and …May i ask what they were used in terms of read/write frequencies and amounts?



They were mainly just storing media and backups (grrrr), they weren't like actively used for gaming or lots of read writes.

I managed to get the 2.5" working since my last comment btw. Just unplugged and plugged it into another USB port :/ Might shuck it in the near future as well.
Seems quite expensive to me at £20+ per Tb.
Not voted either way.
£89.99?
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pow2606/04/2020 14:54

£89.99?[Image]


Would it be because of the additional option include?
alecb06/04/2020 13:08

Seems quite expensive to me at £20+ per Tb.Not voted either way.


I've never seen a 1TB hard drive for under £20. Looking for one for XBox
Alllfff06/04/2020 16:24

I've never seen a 1TB hard drive for under £20. Looking for one for XBox


Maybe not but this is a 4tb not a 1tb.
alecb06/04/2020 16:48

Maybe not but this is a 4tb not a 1tb.


What price would you expect for 1TB to be hot?
I'd say £30 but others may disagree.
Try WD if you don't mind a refurbished. Might get one around that price.
pow2606/04/2020 14:54

£89.99?[Image]


They've upped the price, I know it was defo £82.99 this morning coz I ordered one!

My first deal so not sure how to edit it but will try, thanks!
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