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Seagate GoFlex TV HD Review

Seagate GoFlex TV HD Review

Back when we reviewed the Seagate GoFlex HDD we concluded that, while the concept of an external drive with interchangeable cables was reasonable, we thought it would make more sense when used with the company's multimedia docking stations. Happily that's just what we have on the SlashGear test bench today, the Seagate GoFlex TV HD, a standalone media player that boasts compatibility not only with the company's own GoFlex drives but with any USB storage.

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Seagate GoFlex adds swappable USB 3.0/eSATA/FireWire cables, media docks to HDDs

Seagate GoFlex adds swappable USB 3.0/eSATA/FireWire cables, media docks to HDDs

Seagate have announced their third-generation of portable hard-drives, the Seagate GoFlex Storage System, which debuts a system of interchangeable connection adapters that can be used to turn a regular USB 2.0 HDD into a USB 3.0, eSATA or FireWire 800 drive.  Meanwhile there are a selection of special cables and docks, which can add automatic backup functionality (using Memeo technology), network connectivity, HD media playback or desktop dock convenience.

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Seagate FreeAgent Theater+ update adds Netflix, YouTube & more

Seagate FreeAgent Theater+ update adds Netflix, YouTube & more

Seagate have already dabbled their feet into the media distribution business recently, what with the FreeAgent Go HDD preloaded with Paramount content, but their streaming content ambitions continue with an incoming update to the FreeAgent Theater+ HD Media Player.  Taking advantage of the set-top box's ethernet port, the new firmware will allow for Netflix streaming and YouTube access, along with vTune and Mediafly support.

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Seagate FreeAgent DockStar review

Seagate FreeAgent DockStar review

Most digital libraries flourishing and ubiquitous connectivity spreading, having access to our personal data and media wherever we are is looking all the more appealing. NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices have had the ability to share via broadband for years, but most owners don't take advantage of it; into the mixture steps Seagate, whose new FreeAgent DockStar takes the company's FreeAgent Go USB hard-drive and makes remotely sharing its content incredibly easy. Obvious addition to every home network, or is there a sting in the tail? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Seagate FreeAgent DockStar network adapter unveiled

Seagate FreeAgent DockStar network adapter unveiled

Backing up your data and media from your computer to an external drive is very important in case of a crash, but many users also want to be able to access that content from anywhere they may be. Seagate has announced a new device called the FreeAgent DockStar that connects the external storage drive to the Internet making the data on the drive accessible from anywhere you can get online.

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Seagate FreeAgent Theater+ gets 1080p, HDMI, ethernet upgrade

Seagate FreeAgent Theater+ gets 1080p, HDMI, ethernet upgrade

Seagate have announced their latest media player, the 1080p-capable FreeAgent Theater+, and if you've already bought into - or are willing to adopt - the company's FreeAgent Go USB hard-drives then it might be a straightforward way to get digital content on your HDTV.  The FreeAgent Theater+ adds HDMI, ethernet and both Dolby Digital and DTS 2.0 audio to the original Theater, as well as a whole flood of supported codecs.

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eSATA going bus powered

eSATA going bus powered

For those that don’t know, eSATA is a version of the SATA connector that works externally, allowing you the same speeds of an internal drive with all the hassle of USB, except it requires a separate power cord. Bus powered refers to ability to transfer the necessary amount of power to operate the drive over the single connection, much like a lot of the newer bus-powered external USB hard drives.

The Daily Slash: September 23rd 2010

The Daily Slash: September 23rd 2010

Welcome to tonight's edition of The Daily Slash. Tonight, in our story from around the Web, it looks like the 3D in the home market is about to get interesting, with the possibility of cheaper 3D glasses being introduced. And then, as usual, we'll take a spin through the R3 Media Network of sites and see what's going on. So, let's get right into it.

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Xbox 360 branded harddrive a maniacal deal

Xbox 360 branded harddrive a maniacal deal

And what are those Star Wars characters doing there in the picture? Let me tell you, ladies and gentlemen - the cost and the characters have to do with one another, but they certainly don't seem to be equalling out. First, you may have seen this harddrive before - the same device comes in packs with Gears of War 3 and Modern Warfare 3, amongst others. Those of you who want to get the harddrive by itself will have to pay a penny that's much more pretty than you could have ever imagined: $130 USD. Not quite the droids we were looking for.

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