At CES 2013, Seagate
launched a new portable external hard drive which is simply called the Wireless Plus. This new drive, like its predecessor the Satellite, was designed with the mobile world in mind. It features wireless connectivity for smartphones, tablets, consoles, media players, and virtually any wireless device.
While the Seagate Satellite was available with a capacity of 500GB, the new Wireless Plus is currently available as a 1TB drive. In addition to a capacity upgrade, other refinements include improved battery life and software enhancements. One of the most exciting of these enhancements is the ability to write to the Wireless Plus over the wireless connection.
Before taking a closer look at the Seagate Wireless Plus 1TB wireless hard drive, let's check out some published information on the drive, as taken from the official product page
on the Seagate website.
» Wireless Plus can continuously stream your media for up to 10 hours between charges,
so your movies won’t stop before your mobile device.
» With Wireless Plus it’s easy to enjoy all your movies, photos, music and documents on
DLNA-certified game consoles, media players, smart TVs and more.
» With 1TB of storage capacity, Wireless Plus lets you carry and stream 500+ movies or
thousands of photos, songs and documents, so you never need to choose what content
to bring on your tablet or smartphone.
» The free Seagate Media app makes it simple to navigate and enjoy your media library on
iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire and Android devices.
» Upload and back up full-resolution photos and video from your tablet or smartphone no extra
» With Wireless Plus you can stream up to 3 different HD movies to three devices at the same time,
or stream photos, songs and documents to up to eight devices.
» Capacity: 1TB
» Interface Options:
» USB 3.0
» Height (in/mm) 0.78/19.9
» Width (in/mm) 3.50/89.0
» Length (in/mm) 5.00/127.0
» Weight (lb/g) 0.56/256