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[Pre Order] Seagate 4TB Backup Plus Portable External Drive STHP4000401 $137.45 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Store and access 4TB of photos and files on the go with Seagate Backup Plus Portable silver external hard drive. The perfect compliment to the personal aesthetic, it features a minimalist brushed metal enclosure and quick plug-and-play connectivity with the included USB 3.0 cable. Great as a Mac external hard drive or Windows drive, simply back up with a single click or schedule automatic daily, weekly or monthly backups. Plus-edit, manage and share photos with a one-year complimentary subscription to Mylio Create and a two-month membership to Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan.

Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months. Arrives: 27 Oct - 18 Nov

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  • +5

    Waiting for the "I got the 5TB version for $97" comments to flow in

    • +19

      I got the 5TB version for $97

    • I got 5tb for 97$

    • 5tb $97

    • I got the WD gaming 4TB for 99$ from Umart

  • I got the 5tb version for $97

  • +39

    I didn't get the 5TB version. Saved $97.

    • +2

      This Oscar deserves a man!

      • +2

        Also saved another $137.45 after this post. I love Ozbargain

  • +4

    I got the 4tb version for $105 and still waiting.

  • +6

    Maybe consider waiting for black Friday deals if its not urgent.

    • so when is the Black Friday deals?

      • +4

        Friday

  • +4

    Or maybe wait for 13, 14 October for Amazon Prime day

  • Honest question as i'm curious - why do people need to store so many TB's of data these days?

    I used to buy portable drives to store movies downloaded, but I've stopped since Netflix, Stan, and other streaming services started taking over the market. Unless you're a photographer or capture lots of videos as a profession, I can't think of any other reason.

    • +4

      I buy mine for my ps4 so I don't need to delete any game.

    • +1

      As worldpc said, to keep games not stored on SSD's. In America where high-speed internet is the norm, it may be different, but down under it's still much more viable to store games on hard drives and transfer to SSD's when needed than to redownload. It'll be at least a decade before that changes, looking at NBN's rollout.

      • +1

        Plus xbox one x hard drives can fail when they are full, they corrupt for some reason. I sent mine in for warranty after it would not be resolves for a reset then I redownloaded everything and it started happening again.

        I want harddrives for movies, I have over 500 movies and they are not at all available on netflix, some movies I want the directors cut or the extended version.

    • +1

      Phone backups (galleries), computer backups, steam backup and cloud drive backup

    • +1

      The cloud giveth and taketh away. But I don't begrudge anyone outsourcing their media needs to the cloud - certainly less hassle. Just isn't without its downsides.

  • +5

    linux-isos.. ehem…

  • Got any recomendation for a harddrive that will arrive within 2 weeks, 3tb+

  • -1

    Usually dispatches in 1 to 2 months ? WTH ???

    • chill, just amazon talk for on backorder. they'll dispatch when they get more from their supplier.

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