Seagate 6 TB Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan £124.99 @ Amazon
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Seagate 6 TB Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan £124.99 @ Amazon

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Found 26th Mar
  • Two integrated high-speed USB 3.0 ports on the front allow you to connect and recharge your other USB devices
  • Formatted for Windows computers out of the box
  • Install the provided NTFS driver for Mac and use the drive interchangeably between Windows and Mac computers without reformatting
  • Install the free Seagate Mobile Backup app on an iOS or Android mobile device, and back up all of the photos and videos from your device to your Seagate drive or to the cloud
  • Includes two month free membership to Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan. Must redeem by January 31, 2020
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Price wise it is a bargain and normally the name Seagate fills me with dread due to the many dead seagate drives I have had, but the 6gb models appear to have good reliability.
Cheaper @ Maplin if you can Click&Collect maplin.co.uk/p/s…6wj
Edited by: "scoobeesnac" 26th Mar
Thanks. Have been looking for some more storage for my file server.
Slow RPM 5900
Just can't do it to myself, I have working Western Digital drives knocking around with IDE connectors since 2000 yet I've had about 4 Seagate barracuda's and others than have all died within a year or two.
Edited by: "Nogi" 26th Mar
scoobeesnac26th Mar

Cheaper @ Maplin if you can Click&Collect …Cheaper @ Maplin if you can Click&Collect https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/seagate-6tb-backup-plus-hub-external-desktop-hard-drive-a06wj


Maplin is going out of business, so I guess any guarantee will need to be with seagate
fiqqer5 h, 45 m ago

Price wise it is a bargain and normally the name Seagate fills me with …Price wise it is a bargain and normally the name Seagate fills me with dread due to the many dead seagate drives I have had, but the 6gb models appear to have good reliability.


It's funny you say that because the brand name Western Digital fills me with dread because I've had 3 failed WD hard drives vs 3 Seagate drives that are going strong for years now.
I guess since Seagate started using Samsung drives inside few years ago,their reliability improved significantly.whereas Western Digital is going down hill.
ZapGod1 h, 55 m ago

Maplin is going out of business, so I guess any guarantee will need to be …Maplin is going out of business, so I guess any guarantee will need to be with seagate


Guarantee is with Seagte regardless of where you buy it.
Nogi3 h, 25 m ago

Just can't do it to myself, I have working Western Digital drives knocking …Just can't do it to myself, I have working Western Digital drives knocking around with IDE connectors since 2000 yet I've had about 4 Seagate barracuda's and others than have all died within a year or two.


Exact opposit experience here.
3 Seagate drives going strong for years vs 3 dead Western Digitals.
Have owned seagate drives for years and have never had an issue.
Ditto, have lots of seagate drives and no issues Evan with 2 running in a nas for 3 or so years, got 2 of these the last time they were on offer, have taken apart to place in my nas, they are the seagate barracuda compute drives, but ebuyer say they are 5900 rpm but seagate them self's say they are 7200rpm?
Gone down another fiver in price now, only £119.99
8tb model was £119.99 last July, dob't know why I didn't buy it, probably hesitated due to Seagate.....
eiamhere6914 h, 47 m ago

8tb model was £119.99 last July, dob't know why I didn't buy it, probably …8tb model was £119.99 last July, dob't know why I didn't buy it, probably hesitated due to Seagate.....


I have the 8TB it's bit noisy and it won't connected via USB 2.0 pn Windows 8.1 but USB 3.0 is fine.
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