Seagate Wireless Plus 1TB Portable Hard Drive - Grey111/9691

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Wireless Plus creates a personal Wi-Fi network, so you can stream your media and files to your tablet or smartphone on-the-go and off-the-grid. Load up hundreds of movies and thousands of photos and songs and bring it all with you! With up to 10 hours of battery life access your files anywhere with no wires and no web. At home, stream media to your games consoles, smart TVs, Blu-ray players and DLNA devices.

  • Get the drive up and running quickly by loading files via the detachable USB 3.0 cable, or simply drag-and-drop wirelessly from your pc or mac computer.
  • Storage space 1TB: GB2000 hours of video, 250000 MP3s, 200000 photos, 1000 Divx movies.
  • USB 2.0.
  • USB 3.0.
  • Size H1.99, W8.9, L12.7cm.
  • Http: //www. Seagate. Com/support-home/.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 7636490043550.

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does this work with windows 8.1

I have an hp 15 notebook

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I can confirm that this portable hard drive does work with Windows 8.1

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Will this work with Kindle Fire

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Hi Nick,

Thank you for your question.

I can confirm that both devices have a USB connection and can be used together.

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if you dont have a smart tv, can you still plug it into your usb on your tv to work?

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The USB is used to transfer files to the wireless device. If plugged into standard TV the TV may only see it as a FAT32 file i.e data storage.

In short it cannot be used in the same way as it would operate as a wireless device.

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I plug it into my dvd player as that can process a lot more types of files. I do the same if my data is on a usb flash drive.

When I plug anything directly into the tv's usb connector, the tv can detect the memory and displays photo's, but quite often won't play the movie I've got on the device - saying 'unsupported format'.

That's the fault of the tv, NOT the memory.

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