Posted January 7, 2013 by Shawn Sanders in Android
The simplest things don’t often come simply. Take a system backup. It’s a simple task that can save a world of headaches. Pushing myself to do one was like ice skating uphill, until I reviewed the Seagate Back Plus external USB drive. The included Dashboard software makes backups simple and painless, whether it’s system wide or file by file. Quickly fine-tune the backup criteria and then it’s a 1-click affair to backup system data or from your favorite social networking sites.
So my ears perked up something nice when I caught wind of one the many announcements from camp: Seagate is a new Plus storage solution, sans fil, if you will. Yes at CES 2013, Seagate so far unveiled the Seagate Central network home storage system and the Seagate Wireless Plus mobile storage.
On paper each is a smorgasbord of tasty feature sets. The Seagate Wireless Plus could really be the untethered right-hand for mobile device users and by addition the more sought-after storage on the go. While Seagate Central acts to unify storage solutions over your network with a “central” hub that can even run multiple system backups for all your home computers. And it doesn’t play favorites to any particular operating system.
Feed your gadget hunger here as we roll out more from CES 2013. In the interim, visit Seagate for more information on the Wireless Plus and the Seagate Central.