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    Seagate Innov8 Desktop Hard Drive

    A massive 8TB of storage via a single USB Type-C cable.
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    Re: Seagate Innov8 Desktop Hard Drive

    Love the design, shame about the price! Hopefully with more competition from other manufacturers prices will become more reasonable.

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    Re: Seagate Innov8 Desktop Hard Drive

    For that sort out money, as it's not petite you'd be better off getting a NAS surely.

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    Re: Seagate Innov8 Desktop Hard Drive

    Ok , looks kinda neat but that price , no way. I don't have USB type C until if and when I upgrade again but transferring files to external drive for storage isn't a speed issue with me as I carry on with other things whilst that executes. As said above NAS surely , cost effective. ATM I have two 500GB portables for taking files to other locations and have a WD MyBook 3TB for home use ( £99 from PC World at the time ) which serves me well , might buy another if I ever need more space , I only store ISO's , films and TV series on it.

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    Re: Seagate Innov8 Desktop Hard Drive

    I could get a very capable QNAP 4 bay for that price.

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