|Price incl. VAT||£259|
|Price excl. VAT||£215.83|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £31.08 Extended warranty + 1 year||
External drive with a huge capacity of 8TB and two integrated USB connector for charging your phone or tablet. It features high-speed USB 3.0 interface that makes it convenient to transfer your data between Windows and Mac.
Portable Disk Backup Plus Hub brand from Seagate is an ideal tool for backing up and sharing your digital world. Worth considering selection of capacity, since it is produced until 8TB embodiment. Thanks to USB 3.0 interface ensures high transmission speed and without restriction allows you to transfer files between PC and Mac. This model is also equipped with a practical pair of USB 3.0 connectors, with which you can easily recharge your phone or tablet, or from him quickly back up files.
Data can also be easily shared to social networks and to cloud storage. Your data will still be safe. The disc is connected via USB 3.0 connector, which is compared to its predecessor 10 times faster. The operation adapter is required.
When buying a disk Backup Plus Hub biennial get access to 200 gigabytes of space to store onedrive (worth CZK 2,000).Using the app you can access your files from virtually anywhere and from any device.
Make backup copies of all the images and videos using the Seagate Dashboard, including those that you share on social networks Facebook, Flickr and YouTube.
Seagate is headquartered in the famous Silicon Valley. It is a world leader in the manufacture and sale of hard drives for desktop computers, laptops and other devices. Seagate products are focused on maximum reliability in data storage. Year after year, their storage capacity, transmission speeds, and price-storage ratio improve, in step with the constantly growing amount of data in the world.
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