Reviews and Problems with Seagate Wireless Plus USB 3.0 (STCK1000100 / STCK1000101 / STCK1000200 / STCK1000300)
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Good product for the money
Antonieta, B&H Photo
1 February 2015
Excerpt: I bought this external drive to copy photographs from desktops as a second storage. I wanted a wireless unit as my Surface 2 and Pro 3 only have one USB connection and didn't want to tie-up the only port I had. My desktop only has 2 USB's and again wanted the freedom to have them available.
Summary: Purchased this about a month back. Now my iPad will never run out of space. Only had the original firmware installed for about a week. It works well but the iPad app is a little weird. So I gave a custom firmware a try.
Excerpt: Very good piece of technology....some issues sometimes with a weak signal....but very good with your decices once you get it set up out of the box. I especially like to be able to take all of my work with me and to be able to access it wirelessly to get work done.
Pros: Attractive Design, Compact, Easy To Set Up, Easy to use, Portable, Quiet
Summary: Overall the unit works quite well. I have had good results with using it with both my AT&T Galaxy S III (Android 4.3) and Nexus 7 (Android 4.4) I would recommend it to friends/family looking for a device of this type.
Excerpt: I have the Seagate Satellite 500GB, and it has worked great. Wanted more space to carry more files and the Wireless Plus was the answer. It is slightly thinner but weighs a bit more, it is sleeker then its predecessor.
Pros: Attractive Design, Compact, Easy To Set Up, Easy to use, High Capacity, Portable, Quiet
Summary: We are a road traveling family. Anywhere from the Carolina's to Maine, we hop in the family wagon, and take a road trip. When it was just me and my wife, local radio and talk stations or just good ol' conversation was enough to keep us entertained.
Summary: <Update 1/2014 - I currently use a Microsoft Surface Pro 2 for all my portable computing and video needs, so I seldom use this drive as a wireless drive anymore. I mostly just plug it into my SP2 via USB and play my FHD WTV files to avoid the throughput problem and no longer need to bother with...