Seagate Backup Plus Hub 6 TB USB 3.0 Desktop, 3.5 inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with Integrated 2 Port USB Hub £119.99 @ Amazon
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Seagate Backup Plus Hub 6 TB USB 3.0 Desktop, 3.5 inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with Integrated 2 Port USB Hub £119.99 @ Amazon

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Seagate Backup Plus Hub 6 TB USB 3.0 Desktop, 3.5 inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with Integrated 2 Port USB Hub £119.99 @ Amazon
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Picked one up on Black Friday, really good drive but be warned that it will not work as an expansion drive for the PS4 as it only sees the usb hub
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Picked one up on Black Friday, really good drive but be warned that it will not work as an expansion drive for the PS4 as it only sees the usb hub
I guess they want to move along the "2017 Edition". Good find.
Hot! Got the 3 or 4tb version last year for the same price!
Hot.... considering I paid about that for a 2nd hand 40MB (Not GB's) HDD in the early 90's plus the money was worth more then
I bought one on black Friday. Excellent hard drive for an external backup and video store. Have been very happy with it - good spot that it has come down again.
stealth6662 h, 7 m ago

Hot.... considering I paid about that for a 2nd hand 40MB (Not GB's) HDD …Hot.... considering I paid about that for a 2nd hand 40MB (Not GB's) HDD in the early 90's plus the money was worth more then


In them days we was glad to have the price of a cup o' tea

I paid that for a 170 KB (kilo Byte) floppy drive for a C64 (weeks wages for me in 1985)
or £120 for a 16K ram upgrade for a zx81.

you try and tell the young people of today that ... they won't believe you
Cheers, ordered
it's a lightning deal, it runs out in 14mins, so if you want 1 at that price,be quick
Will this work with Xbox one S
I have the 8 Tb version but wont work through USB 2.0 connection on Win 8.1, possibly on other Windows versions too. I believe this issue has been found by reviews of this drive.

cnet.com/pro…ew/
quadnas21 h, 59 m ago

In them days we was glad to have the price of a cup o' teaI paid that for …In them days we was glad to have the price of a cup o' teaI paid that for a 170 KB (kilo Byte) floppy drive for a C64 (weeks wages for me in 1985)or £120 for a 16K ram upgrade for a zx81.you try and tell the young people of today that ... they won't believe you


I believe it's not a case of they don't believe you?.

But moreso that they genuinely have NO CLUE whatsoever as to what the hell you're talking about, etc ...

Hehehehe.

But yeh, I used to luvvvvvvvvv the floppy disk era! (and still do!).

Such were the day's (90's), huh?, lol. :-)
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