|Jun 22, 2011, 01:08 PM||#1|
Anyone use the Seagate Wireless drive?
I travel quite a bit, and used to take my dell mini hackintosh with me. I'd load up a portable TB drive with a ton of movies and have stuff to watch on the plane, in hotels, on road trips, etc... however, now that i have an ipad the mini has been relegated to other uses.
I only have the base model ipad... 16 gigs doesn't hold a lot of media, but I'm making it work. Today I stumbled upon this:
Anyone use this? It looks like a pretty sweet solution! At least this way I could load up a bunch of media and decide what I want to watch when I'm traveling instead of before I leave. Sure, it's not a ton of storage, but looks like a decent compromise for me. Any thoughts? Anyone have any experience?
|Jun 22, 2011, 01:22 PM||#2|
2011 Mac Mini i7 2.7GHz 8GB RAM 750GB HD|MacBook Air 13" 1.6Ghz Core 2 Duo 2GB RAM 80GB HD|iPad Air 2 128GB Wi-Fi+Cellular White/Silver|iPhone 6 Plus 128GB White/Silver
|Jun 23, 2011, 05:54 AM||#3|
Plenty of "bad" reviews at Amazon. Hmm...
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