Excerpt: This is great for using as an external storage drive, but you cannot (says so on the box) use it for time machine back-up. It comes formatted for Windows/PC, but the install was still easy on a Mac.
Pros: Attractive Design, Compact, High Capacity, Portable, Quiet
Excerpt: I bought this HD to back-up photos when I travel with an Adroid tablet. My intention was to copy the photos from an usb device attached to the tablet for the Wireless HD. It isn´t possible, neither from the ext sd card if you have one in your tablet. You can copy only from the tablet´s main memory.
Summary: Getting to grips with this supposedly simple device has been frustrating. I bought the Seagate Wireless Plus to accompany me on an overseas trip, with the express purpose of acting as a photo back-up device.
Summary: Over the years I've owned several Seagate products, including a few drives from their GoFlex line. While some products worked very well, others had its share of hiccups. When I received this item, I initially thought -- I've got plenty of portable and external HDs, why would I need this?
Summary: I had more expectations when I was buying it. Sure the storing capacity is huge, but it lacks of stand alone power, especially when it is connected through a local wifi. I want to try having it plugged all the time but I don't know if this is going to affect the battery life.
Summary: Just an initial review based on first impressions. Product looks good, seemed to connect easily enough with both laptop and Galaxy tab 2 (after downloading app from play store). So tried to transfer a movie that I had downloaded from disney and that is where problems started.