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Seagate 1TB Expansion Portable Drive $59 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Cheap 1TB Hard drive, has free next day delivery with prime if you need one quick. Enjoy! (see below for specs)

About this item
System requirements: Windows 8, Windows 7 Operating System
SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port (required for USB 3.0 transfer speeds, or backward compatible with USB 2.0 ports at USB 2.0 transfer speeds)
Max compatible dimensions: 5.39" x 3.54" x 0.59"
Compact case to store or transport medium and larger portable hard drives
System requirements: Windows 8, Windows 7 Operating System
SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port (required for USB 3.0 transfer speeds, or backward compatible with USB 2.0 ports at USB 2.0 transfer speeds)
Max compatible dimensions: 5.39" x 3.54" x 0.59"
Compact case to store or transport medium and larger portable hard drives

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  • +1

    If you’re thinking of using this for ps4 or ps5…I would suggest 2TB min as my 1TB has filled up quite quickly.

    • +1

      Or Xbox One variants for that matter. A couple of 100GB games and it's full. And all those Gamepass games..
      Officeworks and JB has 2TB for $79 (normal price). $20 more for double the space.

  • -1

    Are Seagate drives worth the trust again??
    Compared to WD

    https://www.umart.com.au/Western-Digital-2TB-My-Passport-Ult...

    • (profanity) WD and their HDD with USB only shenanigans.

  • +1

    $58 for a 1TB WD Elements at Officeworks https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/wd-element...

    • I got the 4TB WD Elements for $138, I actually got it from JB hi-fi price matched to Officeworks as I have a jb 2 mins from my house and Officeworks is 20mins away

  • Haha, I think I'm gonna get negged.
    But who in 2021 buy 1TB hard drive? you can get 2TB for a little bit extra and 1TB doesn't really store much. I have a lot of portable hard drives before I get my NAS and buying smaller capacity is one of the worst decisions because you have to keep buying and lose track of what goes where.
    Do yourself a favour get a larger capacity for a little bit of future proof (not really)

    • Still an average $20 difference.

      Sometimes, you just really don't need another 1TB.

      • -2

        most likely you don't need a 1TB hard drive nowdays

  • 4tb Seagate is 129 from binglee / Catch with 3% shopback and 6% gift card from suncorp. 15mm thick drive may not be for every use case, I run 2 of this in my small NAS, 5400rpm and the 2.5 form factor makes almost no vibration or noise.

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