Hard disk and storage products vendor, Seagate, has launched its Backup Plus arsenal of external hard drives.
The launch was hosted by Seagate Asia-Pacific and Japan senior-vice president and managing director, BS Teh, and Seagate senior field applications engineer, Sam Zavaglia, in Darling Harbour.
The devices are designed to store both the products on a user's PC, as well as their social networks, with the ability to integrate and grab data off Facebook, Flickr, and YouTube, for example.
This can be done using the included software, which, when installed, requests your password for a particular social network, at which point it allows you to choose which files to take.
Additionally, the hard drives enable time-lined data recovery. This means that, rather than reverting to the last version of stored data, users are able to select a certain point at which files were backed up if required.
The Backup Plus range includes:
- Portable 500GB - $139
- Portable 1TB - $189
- Portable Slim 500GB - $159
- Desk 1TB - $179
- Desk 2TB - $199
- Desk 3TB - $299
- Desk 4TB - $499