It seems like cloud drives are here to stay. So, if this new technology is here to stay, we here at Structure Gaming want to show you the best way to future-proof the way you store your files, and access media across multiple devices. Here at Hawk Haven, we have numerous computers and gaming consoles. When we are not working tirelessly around the clock on new and exciting stories and original content, we enjoy movies and music frequently. But.. We do not like having to lug around a portable hard-drive or thumb stick to do anything we want. Also, what if that device is needed to access another document. Well, our friends at Seagate seem to think they have you covered, with their latest and greatest in portable media storage, the Wireless Backup Plus (1TB).
The Wireless Backup Plus is perfect for any household need. As the predecessor to the Wireless Backup (500GB), Seagate has updated the original model with 500 extra gigs of storage space, as well as USB 3.0 and 10 hours of wireless battery life. Making the drive the best in class on the market in both storage size and battery life.
Since receiving the drive, we have tested it cross platform and are happy to announce that it works across all major mobile and computing platforms. We did run into a small amount of trouble syncing to Xbox 360, but otherwise, flawless execution.
Devices used in Review: Apple iPhone 5, Apple iPad Mini, Samsung Galaxy S4, Sony Playstation 3, Window 7/8 Laptops and Desktops.
Pros: Solid Battery Life, Portability Factor, Easy to Use
Cons: Uneasy task when syncing to wireless
Overall: The Seagate Wireless Backup Plus is essential for the techie on the go, and a solid investment for whole-home file sharing and accessibility. Reasonably priced at $199.99 and available now, making Wireless Backup Plus a part of your home or business, is an investment you will soon not regret. For your gaming needs, stay tuned to Structure Gaming.
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