Seagate Technology, a world leader in storage solutions has launched the Seagate Backup Plus Ultra Slim in India, which is the world’s thinnest 2TB mobile hard drive. This new product has been built on the award-winning Backup Plus Slim drive, which now delivers a new design with the same leading capacity in an even slimmer profile. The Backup Plus Ultra Slim also comes in 1TB variant and includes 200GB of Microsoft OneDrive cloud storage and Lyve software compatibility, that will let the users back up, access and share their favorite files from any device or location.
The Seagate Backup Plus Ultra Slim external drive has been built on Seagate’s latest 2.5-inch HDD technology, thus making it only 9.6 mm thick. Users will be able to store more than 500,000 songs, 320,000 photos or 240 hours of high-definition video in their pocket. The Backup Plus Slim also includes Seagate Dashboard software, which offer users either one-click on-demand or customizable, scheduled backups for their devices.
The Seagate Backup Plus Ultra Slim portable drives come with 200GB of free Microsoft OneDrive cloud storage for two years, which will let the users share and access their favorite files anywhere on a mobile device or a PC. It also includes Lyve software, which will help the users to protect precious photos and videos from their digital cameras and smartphones and automatically organize them into a single unified library accessible from any mobile device or computer.
The Seagate Backup Plus Ultra Slim portable drives are now available in Gold and Platinum finishes exclusively from Amazon for Rs 5,699 for 1TB and Rs 8,399 for 2TB in India.
Commenting on this launch, Tim Bucher, Vice President for Seagate’s Consumer Group, said:
“The launch of the Backup Plus Ultra Slim builds on Seagate’s rich history of award-winning innovation to give users even more capacity in an incredibly small form factor. Based on our breakthrough ultra-mobile hard drive technology, this new storage solution gives them a better way to manage the increase in both data volumes and number of devices.”