Seagate Backup Plus Slim, Backup Plus Fast portable USB drives launched in India

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Seagate Backup Plus Slim, Backup Plus Fast portable USB drives launched in India
Seagate India has announced the launch of second-generation Seagate Backup Plus Slim external storage drives and the "world's first portable 4TB storage device", the Backup Plus Fast.

Seagate Backup Plus Slim comes with USB 3.0 interface and includes the backup software, Seagate Dashboard, which also shipped with the first-generation of Seagate Backup Plus drives. The Seagate Dashboard software provides one-click backup solution, but can also be set as a scheduled backup up as needed. Additionally, the Dashboard software can back up Facebook and Flickr albums and even all the photos you have been tagged in can be backed up from your social networks to the drive.

The free Seagate Mobile Backup app for iOS and Android mobile device lets you back up all pictures and videos from the device to the drive or the cloud. The drive also comes with pre-loaded NTFS driver for Mac, with which the drive can be used interchangeably between Windows and Mac computers without reformatting the drive or using an ancient file format like FAT.

The Seagate Backup Plus Slim will be available at Rs. 4,250 (500 GB storage), Rs. 6,000 (1 TB) and Rs. 10,500 (2 TB) price points.

Seagate Backup Plus Fast is the "world's first" 4TB drive that is fully USB-powered and does not require external power supply. It support USB 3.0 interface with transfer speeds

up to 220MB/s. Seagate Dashboard, Mobile Backup app and NTFS driver for Mac are included with this drive as well.

The Seagate Backup Plus Fast (4TB) is priced at Rs. 25,000.

"Seagate Backup Plus Fast will find acceptance among creative professionals as the go-to back up device for the field," Rajesh Khurana, Country Manager (India/Saarc, Vietnam, Philippines, Singapore) said.
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