Seagate Technology announced a new stage in the development of wireless data storage systems. Wireless Plus device line now represented in 500GB , 1TB and 2TB. In addition , Wireless Plus now boasts several features such as the ability to save content and files remotely with the updated Seagate Media application, as well as the option of moving the files to cloud services such as Dropbox and Google Drive.
As described in the Seagate, Wireless Plus was designed to enrich the capabilities of the iPhone and iPad. Access to your mobile device for data storage from Seagate through Seagate Media which is optimized iOS and Android firmware, as well as under KindleFire HD and tablets on Windows 8 . Seagate Media app now allows to synchronize files on the Seagate Wireless Plus with existing cloud services , provides a constant , uninterrupted access to files even without a network connection .
“Seagate Media creates its own folder in Dropbox or Google Drive, and as soon as you connect to the network , your files are automatically synchronized to any changes and updates are not ” lost ” or in the” cloud “or on the disk Wireless Plus”, – explained in Seagate.
Seagate Wireless Plus connects to mobile devices using Wi-Fi, which itself works on the battery (battery Wireless Plus is capable of providing up to 10 hours of operation ) . To easily connect the device – just find Wireless Plus in the list of available networks Wi-Fi. Drive creates its own network of Wi-Fi, so to complete the work is not necessarily connected to third-party networks.
Wireless Plus can be used for viewing videos, photos, music and documents on the big screen using Airplay, DLNA or application designed specifically for Samsung Smart TV and Blu-ray players.
Drives Seagate Wireless Plus went on sale today for a suggested retail price of $199.99 for 2TB and $179.99 with a volume of 1TB. 500GB drives will be available from May 9 for $149.99, as well as pre-order today.