LaCie’s rugged portable drives, distinguished by their bright orange padding, are popular with photographers and videographers who need to backup footage and photos while away from the safety of their desks. Taking that idea one step further, LaCie’s new DJI Copilot drive can ingest and back up your media all by…
If any of your family members are bad about backing up their files, an external hard drive is one of the best gifts you can give them.
I’m still periodically amazed that 8TB external hard drives exist, and you can get one for $142, by far the best price ever for this capacity, and a must-buy if you have a lot of movies, photos, or PS4/Xbox One games to store.
Whether you need to be better about backing up your computer, or are just so excited that the PS4 is finally adding external hard drive support, you can get a 2TB Seagate Expansion external drive for $70 today, which is about as low as 2TB drives get these days.
Seagate’s new SSD will be very, very fast indeed. In fact, able to transfer data at up to 10GBps, it’s 6GBps faster than its previous best—and it’s claimed it will be the fastest in the world.
Say hello to the Seagate 160 GB external hard drive. It runs on USB 2.0, is nearly a foot long, and weighs a sturdy five pounds. So hurry on down to Walmart to scoop one up for your very own—on sale! Oh, and by the way, it came out in 2004.
USB flash drives have already broken the half-gig barrier, but if you're looking for compact portable storage that's a little cheaper, Seagate has squeezed its ultra-thin 500GB laptop drive into an equally svelte seven-millimeter thick housing that still makes room for a built-in USB port.
The easiest way to expand the storage capabilities of your smartphone or tablet is with a wireless external drive. It means there's never any memory cards to swap (or lose) and you can share videos, photos, and music with multiple users at the same time. And while Seagate's new Wireless drive isn't the largest you'll…
We've seen a number of good hard drive deals in the run-up to Black Friday, but today's is a doozy. Newegg is currently offering a 3TB Seagate on their eBay store for just $80. That would be a pretty good price for a 2TB drive, so if you need the space, I wouldn't hesitate to pick this one up. [Seagate 3TB External
Seagate has always offered up big drives that store your stuff reliably, and the newest round of external storage devices—Backup Plus Slim—will now back up content from your phone.
Just a few months ago we were impressed with Western Digital for cramming an entire terabyte of storage into a mobile hard drive that was just seven millimeters thick. But now Seagate's come along to steal WD's thunder with the ultra-slim 2.5-inch Spinpoint M9T that manages to double that capacity to two-terabytes…
Seagate's new Wireless Plus portable harddrive has 1TB—double that of its predecessor, for the same $200 price. It lets you stream to your iPad by creating its own Wi-Fi network. It's very useful—that is, if you have very specific needs.
New gadgets take the spotlight at CES. And though we're occasionally blinded by the bright, shiny things, we know where our loyalties lie. Behind the barrage of posts and sprinting between booths, the real stars of the show are the tried and true bits of gear we're using behind the scenes. Particularly that from …
You don't want to agonize over which movies you load on your tablet every time you fly—it's kind of like picking a favorite child. Seagate's new Wireless Plus mobile storage system will let you take all your stuff with you.
You can only keep so many photos and videos on your iPad until you run out of space. But you still have files you want to take with you. Seagate is helping you out with its new Wireless Plus mobile device storage.
As far as hardware specs go, Seagate's new line of Backup Plus external drives are pretty straightforward—storage ranging from 500-gigabtyes to 4-terabytes)—but the one neat thing about this drive is that the included file management software will not only schedule backups for you, but it will automatically upload and…
Seagate just shattered the record for storage density on hard drives by using a novel recording method to stuff 1 terabit into a square inch. That's nearly twice the old record. Hard drives are about to get huge.
My computer takes too long to boot up. Around a minute and 18 seconds, to be precise(r). Which is why I want a solid state drive. But I don't want to pay ~$400 for 256 gigs of storage. Enter Seagate's Momentus X Hybrid drives, which promise near-SSD speeds, but with giant HDD storage—and not-so-giant prices.