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Easy automatic backup for your digital life on your computer, mobile devices and the cloud
The Seagate(R) Backup Plus portable drive simplifies backup for consumers who want to help protect their entire digital life locally, in the cloud, or from their mobile devices and social networks. The metal design provides premium portability--allowing you to slide the drive into your pocket, purse or backpack and carry it with you.

? Sleek, metal design for everywhere portability.
? Includes 200GB of cloud storage with OneDrive to share and protect your important files ($95 value)
? Create easy customized backup plans with included Seagate Dashboard software
? Lyve app lets you Backup your mobile device photos and videos automatically
? Quick file transfer with USB 3.0 connectivity
? USB powered - no power supply necessary
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Just bought one. Hopefully I dont need to return it due to defects. Does newegg have good return policy?
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These drives are great once broken out.
Not sure how useful the 200gb backup is. Unless you're on comcast, most of us have data quotas
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Might as well be 4TBs of 20 yr old floppies. That's how useful crapgates are. Don't even think that you can beat the odds and get a drive that lasts, you won't. RMAing is a waste of money, they will send you a drive full of bad sectors and laugh.
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Might as well be 4TBs of 20 yr old floppies. That's how useful crapgates are. Don't even think that you can beat the odds and get a drive that lasts, you won't. RMAing is a waste of money, they will send you a drive full of bad sectors and laugh.
Are they laughing maniacally or with joy or happiness? (Just trying to get the full picture here)
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Quote from Tozmo View Post :
These drives are great once broken out.
Not sure how useful the 200gb backup is. Unless you're on comcast, most of us have data quotas
pretty sure no one has data "quotas"...

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Might as well be 4TBs of 20 yr old floppies. That's how useful crapgates are. Don't even think that you can beat the odds and get a drive that lasts, you won't. RMAing is a waste of money, they will send you a drive full of bad sectors and laugh.
typical sd loser response with no real world basis in fact. Currently running approximately 64 TB's of Seagates and have no problems what so ever..
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pretty sure no one has data "quotas"...
When I had COX Cable last year there was a 100 GB per month data limit. A few years before that when I had AT&T DSL there was a 50 GB per month limit.
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When I had COX Cable last year there was a 100 GB per month data limit. A few years before that when I had AT&T DSL there was a 50 GB per month limit.
Which, of course, is quite different than a "QUOTA"...
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dead - $122.99 now
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pretty sure no one has data "quotas"...


typical sd loser response with no real world basis in fact. Currently running approximately 64 TB's of Seagates and have no problems what so ever..
Nice, try, Seagate rep bounce

Guess what I pull out of nonbooting PC/laptops all the time....not WD, toshiba or hitachi...only Seagate. They've been trash for over 10 yrs. And you will find out, especially about their RMA service.
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Quote from DarkStarryNight View Post :
Just bought one. Hopefully I dont need to return it due to defects. Does newegg have good return policy?
Yeah. I bought the wrong RAM for my custom build PC a few months ago, opened the package and even used it in my pc, and was still able to return it for a full refund. I'm assuming its the same/similar to this drive as well.
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Nice, try, Seagate rep bounce

Guess what I pull out of nonbooting PC/laptops all the time....not WD, toshiba or hitachi...only Seagate. They've been trash for over 10 yrs. And you will find out, especially about their RMA service.
whatever you say...
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Quote from badmonopoly View Post :
Nice, try, Seagate rep bounce

Guess what I pull out of nonbooting PC/laptops all the time....not WD, toshiba or hitachi...only Seagate. They've been trash for over 10 yrs. And you will find out, especially about their RMA service.
Huh.... Pretty odd. Most laptop hard drives are OEM and thus does not go through the hard drive maker for rma.
Hell, most desktops too.

What clients do you have that buy retail hard drives this often?
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pretty sure no one has data "quotas"...


typical sd loser response with no real world basis in fact. Currently running approximately 64 TB's of Seagates and have no problems what so ever..
I had a bad experience with Seagate too. Their customer service is non-existent.
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Seriously, I had three Seagate that died on me. One I was able to RMA, but the other one drive they RMA for me also died. This morning, my other one that was perform nicely for last 2-3 year has all of sudden died too. I lost all my 2016 pictures and videos as I haven't backup those. Seriously, don't trust Seagate with anything important.
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