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Posted 9 February 2023

Seagate One Touch Hub, 20 TB, External Hard Drive Desktop HDD – USB-C and USB 3.0 port, for PC /Mac, 4 Months Adobe £329.99 @ Amazon

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  • A front-facing USB-C and USB 3.0 port for connecting and recharging devices — even if your computer is off
  • Password-protected external hard drive with USB hub to secure your digital life and AES-256-Hardware Encryption
  • Out-of-the-box compatibility with Windows and Mac computers
  • Includes Seagate Toolkit backup software for one-click and scheduled backups and file mirroring
  • Enjoy long-term peace of mind with the included two-year limited warranty and Rescue Data Recovery Services
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  1. twisted89's avatar
    You'd be better off getting a NAS for this price.
    droitwichdosser's avatar
    link for a NAS with 20TB drive at this price please...
  2. Somersett's avatar
    Extremely low performance HDD with 2quids worth of external electronics, at a truly terrible price per TB. At 230 I'd say the price was meh.

    PS every external Seagate I've used randomly disconnects after a time, and needs a 'reboot' for the PC to see it again. My external WD HDDs don't have this issue. In other words, I'd go WD every time for this type of device.
    taz002dev's avatar
    Last two seagate external drives I’ve got are actually incredible since I got the exos drives in it which is the enterprise versions and hold upto 10x a normal consumer drive. Things might have changed since and it was lottery. You could get some baracudas in it.
    Haven’t shook them yet but will do and put them to hold the data and backups and possibly add one more for RAID.
    It was the 14gb I think version and got them from amazon 2years ago.
    Can’t comment anything about the enclosure though (edited)
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  4. TristanDeCoonha's avatar
    Another £14 (ish) could be saved using Cardyard
  5. LinaBell's avatar
    any diff between desktop hdd version and hub hdd version?
    are thy use the same hdd for same size?

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