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Seagate Backup Plus Portable 4TB External Hard Drive HDD- Black USB 3.0 for PC Laptop and Mac, 2 Months Adobe CC Photography (STDR4000100)

Model: STDR4000100
Walmart # 555129569
Average Rating:(4.5)out of 5 stars
$207.05$207.05
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The Seagate Backup Plus Portable 4TB External Hard Drive HDD USB 3.0 is the ideal piece of electronic equipment to ensure that your digital data is safe and secure. It boasts 4TB of storage space, allowing a large volume of data to be stored on it. This Seagate external hard drive is extremely portable, making it easy to go back and forth anywhere that you need to go. It measures only 2.5", so it can be added to a laptop bag, a purse or even a pocket. This black external hard drive also allows you to share files between PCs and Macs.

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The Seagate Backup Plus Portable 4TB External Hard Drive HDD USB 3.0 is the ideal piece of electronic equipment to ensure that your digital data is safe and secure. It boasts 4TB of storage space, allowing a large volume of data to be stored on it. This Seagate external hard drive is extremely portable, making it easy to go back and forth anywhere that you need to go. It measures only 2.5", so it can be added to a laptop bag, a purse or even a pocket. This black external hard drive also allows you to share files between PCs and Macs.
Seagate Backup Plus 4TB USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive, STDR4000100:
  • Backup Plus portable drive
  • 4TB black external hard drive
  • Measures 2.5"
  • Plenty of space to backup your digital life
  • Sleek, tough, metal design for everywhere portability
  • Use the Seagate Mobile Backup app to backup directly from your mobile devices
  • Sharing files between PCs and Macs is no problem

Specifications

Brand
Seagate Technology
Hard Drive Capacity
2 TB
Internal/External
External
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
5.75 x 4.12 x 1.75 Inches

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:(4.5)out of 5 stars
5 stars
247
4 stars
54
3 stars
15
2 stars
4
1 star
15
Most helpful positive review
8 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Good price and works well
I have bought several of these when the price was right and they all work well. I did prefer the earlier models which were smaller.
Most helpful negative review
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Don't trust this brand.
At first, I loved it; got one for the computer and the X-box. I could store anything on it and the pie chart barely moved. But then, one day, it started making this whirring noise. That worried me. I unplugged it, waited a while, then tried it again. It was still there and the computer couldn't find the hard drive. It no longer existed. I'm a writer and the one for the computer had 30 years of writing on it (some things as far back as the early 2000s) - many projects; over 100 works in progress, and 4 FINISHED novels that were in the final reading stage (right before publishing) - pictures that are irreplaceable just gone, and home movies that cannot be remade. The computer one went first but both of them stop working at dang-flippity near the same time. Geek Squad said it will cost up to $1,500 (maybe more) to get anything off it and that Seagate is famous for that. I wish someone would've told ME about that before I trusted this brand! Don't buy it. Mine lasted for about three months and I wished to shuckapoockie that I had gone with a more expensive brand. Supposedly, when the flooding happened in China, a bunch of warehouses suffered. Could that be that reason? Why would they sell something they know will stop working? Money, why else? Who knows why they stopped working, but I lost a lot... and I do mean a LOT of irreplaceable stuff. The Xbox games that were lost, no biggie, but my blood sweat and tears of writing for THIRTY years? Devastating. It's like losing a pet. Do not trust Seagate. If you do... at least email yourself the stuff you put on it too. I wish I had.
Most helpful positive review
8 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Good price and works well
I have bought several of these when the price was right and they all work well. I did prefer the earlier models which were smaller.
Most helpful negative review
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Don't trust this brand.
At first, I loved it; got one for the computer and the X-box. I could store anything on it and the pie chart barely moved. But then, one day, it started making this whirring noise. That worried me. I unplugged it, waited a while, then tried it again. It was still there and the computer couldn't find the hard drive. It no longer existed. I'm a writer and the one for the computer had 30 years of writing on it (some things as far back as the early 2000s) - many projects; over 100 works in progress, and 4 FINISHED novels that were in the final reading stage (right before publishing) - pictures that are irreplaceable just gone, and home movies that cannot be remade. The computer one went first but both of them stop working at dang-flippity near the same time. Geek Squad said it will cost up to $1,500 (maybe more) to get anything off it and that Seagate is famous for that. I wish someone would've told ME about that before I trusted this brand! Don't buy it. Mine lasted for about three months and I wished to shuckapoockie that I had gone with a more expensive brand. Supposedly, when the flooding happened in China, a bunch of warehouses suffered. Could that be that reason? Why would they sell something they know will stop working? Money, why else? Who knows why they stopped working, but I lost a lot... and I do mean a LOT of irreplaceable stuff. The Xbox games that were lost, no biggie, but my blood sweat and tears of writing for THIRTY years? Devastating. It's like losing a pet. Do not trust Seagate. If you do... at least email yourself the stuff you put on it too. I wish I had.
I have bought several of these when the price was right and they all work well. I did prefer the earlier models which were smaller.
At first, I loved it; got one for the computer and the X-box. I could store anything on it and the pie chart barely moved. But then, one day, it started making this whirring noise. That worried me. I unplugged it, waited a while, then tried it again. It was still there and the computer couldn't find the hard drive. It no longer existed. I'm a writer and the one for the computer had 30 years of writing on it (some things as far back as the early 2000s) - many projects; over 100 works in progress, and 4 FINISHED novels that were in the final reading stage (right before publishing) - pictures that are irreplaceable just gone, and home movies that cannot be remade. The computer one went first but both of them stop working at dang-flippity near the same time. Geek Squad said it will cost up to $1,500 (maybe more) to get anything off it and that Seagate is famous for that. I wish someone would've told ME about that before I trusted this brand! Don't buy it. Mine lasted for about three months and I wished to shuckapoockie that I had gone with a more expensive brand. Supposedly, when the flooding happened in China, a bunch of warehouses suffered. Could that be that reason? Why would they sell something they know will stop working? Money, why else? Who knows why they stopped working, but I lost a lot... and I do mean a LOT of irreplaceable stuff. The Xbox games that were lost, no biggie, but my blood sweat and tears of writing for THIRTY years? Devastating. It's like losing a pet. Do not trust Seagate. If you do... at least email yourself the stuff you put on it too. I wish I had.

Frequent mentions

1-10 of 335 reviews
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Good price and works well

I have bought several of these when the price was right and they all work well.

I did prefer the earlier models which were smaller.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

What to get your 22 yr old son

A gift for my son but he loves it!!!

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Seagate 4TB USB drive

Work Well. Easy to setup and utilize

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Excellent price per gig and features.

Found 4TB was perfect size to backup all 5 of my computers on the single device and still have 1TB left for the future.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Lots of space

This drive meets all my needs and more at a great price.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Does What It Says

I've been using this device for about a month, doing weekly backups on about 1.5 TB of files. So far it's been quietly doing its job, and the backup are happening as set up. Very happy with it.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Great product

I have used Seagate hard drives many times and this a great product to have and it is fast for transfring files to a separate storage device and for system backup.

Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Good product so far

I've had a few generations of these drives, this one seems fine. Software setup was easy, but it didn't recognize the old application, so had to clean that up. Seems like a good unit so far, older drives are also still working for me, so good reliability for the brand.

Average Rating:(3.0)out of 5 stars

Great volume for a great price

I haven't owned this drive long, yet it has performed well on first test. Had difficulty using the backup that came with the drive. I have 3TB to backup and after leaving it overnight, it was in the exact place as when I started the backup and nothing had been written to the drive yet. I went back to the old style backup and just copied the directories I want backed up. The drive has been working hard backing up 2 computers and I am now backing up that combined backup to a second 4TB drive I purchased at the same time. I do wish I could find a drive that has backup software that works on large drives like these...thus the 3 stars. The drive itself is 5 starts.

Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars

Don't trust this brand.

At first, I loved it; got one for the computer and the X-box. I could store anything on it and the pie chart barely moved. But then, one day, it started making this whirring noise. That worried me. I unplugged it, waited a while, then tried it again. It was still there and the computer couldn't find the hard drive. It no longer existed. I'm a writer and the one for the computer had 30 years of writing on it (some things as far back as the early 2000s) - many projects; over 100 works in progress, and 4 FINISHED novels that were in the final reading stage (right before publishing) - pictures that are irreplaceable just gone, and home movies that cannot be remade. The computer one went first but both of them stop working at dang-flippity near the same time. Geek Squad said it will cost up to $1,500 (maybe more) to get anything off it and that Seagate is famous for that. I wish someone would've told ME about that before I trusted this brand! Don't buy it. Mine lasted for about three months and I wished to shuckapoockie that I had gone with a more expensive brand. Supposedly, when the flooding happened in China, a bunch of warehouses suffered. Could that be that reason? Why would they sell something they know will stop working? Money, why else? Who knows why they stopped working, but I lost a lot... and I do mean a LOT of irreplaceable stuff. The Xbox games that were lost, no biggie, but my blood sweat and tears of writing for THIRTY years? Devastating. It's like losing a pet. Do not trust Seagate. If you do... at least email yourself the stuff you put on it too. I wish I had.


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by OlgaDecember 7, 2018


1. Yes, you can use this drive with a PS4.
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Last answer: December 8, 2018

by StacyStacsSStacySsshhljbljsssNovember 19, 2018


1. Yes, this model is Xbox One compatible. You need to reformat it in the Xbox system.
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Last answer: November 21, 2018

by BillMay 2, 2018


1. Yes, it is compatible with windows 10.
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Last answer: September 14, 2019

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