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Seagate 8tb backup plus HUB (2x3.0 usb ports) £199.99 @ Maplin, free £10 voucher
Seagate 8tb backup plus HUB (2x3.0 usb ports) £199.99 @ Maplin, free £10 voucher

Seagate 8tb backup plus HUB (2x3.0 usb ports) £199.99 @ Maplin, free £10 voucher

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currys/pcworld sell this for £249.99 so it's a£50 saving (even more compared to other stores) + receive a £10 voucher to spend in store. pretty good reviews for this and having 2 front facing built in usb 3 ports is a nice touch.. details below.

2 reviews:

cnet.com/pro…ew/

tweaktown.com/rev…tml

Seagate Backup Plus HUB 8TB External Desktop Hard Drive

• 8TB portable hard drive gives you a large storage capacity for all your documents, pictures and videos

• USB 3.0 (SuperSpeed) connections can transfer up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0

• Twin front facing USB 3.0 ports provide extra functionality by allowing you to connect and charge external devices, such as smartphones

• Perfect for storing all your valuable documents and media 

• Run a "one click" automatic backup of all your local, cloud and social media documents and files

• Functional on a windows based PC straight from the box, or install the provided NTFS driver for use with Mac OS

• Mains powered allows you to charge devices, even when your computer is switched off

• Small base footprint lets you store the hard drive vertically in numerous locations

• Manufacturer part number: STEL8000200

• Limited 24 month manufacturer warranty

How much can I store on this drive?

The Seagate Backup Plus HUB external desktop hard drive has a capacity of 8TB (8,000GB). This allows you to store up to 133,280 hours of digital music, 2,560,000 digital photos, 8,000 hours of digital video or 2000 2-hour DVD quality movies.*

*Estimated values based upon standard file types, the number of higher quality images (HD, 4K) and media may vary across file type.

What can I use the featured USB ports for?

The Seagate Backup plus features two front facing USB 3.0 ports. These ports provide plug and play accessibility for external devices such as USB printers, Scanners, DVD drives. The ports can be used to connect and access portable USB powered hard disks. Additionally the ports can be used for a variety of portable smart devices such as phones or tablets as a convenient point of connection to retrieve, and back up information using the Seagate mobile app for iOS and Android devices. You can also charge compatible devices from the USB ports, even if your computer is in standby mode or completely off.

How can I back up my files with this drive?

The Seagate Backup Plus HUB features an easy to use, downloadable Seagate Dashboard software. This program gives you the tools needed to for local, cloud, mobile and social media backup. Automatically back up your files by using the "one-click" feature or create a schedule of backup plans. This gives you the peace of mind that all your important files are safely backed up and up to date.

9 Comments

Comes in just under my £25 per TB rule.

2 year warranty:-(

Dare I say it - SEAGATE - once bitten forever shy. Although pending current situation with WD or Digital River or who ever they call themselves goes....

That's a lot of data to go south with no comeback!

Most external drives come with 2 year warranty but the drives inside if bought separate come with 3+ years, go figure...

If you plan to remove drives from housing then the warranty is Zero, you might as well just by the drive separate and get a PCI controller if you don't have enough headers.

Great backup device.
Obviously you wouldn't want to store important info in *any* single place!

Will it go in a PS4/XBO/3DS?

As someone has already said, I wouldn't trust Seagate with anything important, especially at 8TB!

BritishDragon

Will it go in a PS4/XBO/3DS?



​no, yes, no

rs_tigerblade

As someone has already said, I wouldn't trust Seagate with anything … As someone has already said, I wouldn't trust Seagate with anything important, especially at 8TB!



The drive inside is actually proving to be quite reliable this time round (which yes, is a surprise for a seagate):

backblaze.com/blo…16/

andrewborland182

Comes in just under my £25 per TB rule.



IT should be £20 per TB now as there has been reasonable number of deal in the past in this HUKD selling 5TB HDD for less than £100. If it was £20 per TB I will bite it ...

I wonder if anyone finds a deal for 8TB HDD for around £160 ?
Edited by: "pantaiema" 28th Nov 2016

£219.99 now
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