Storage is finally becoming so inexpensive that we can all not only make sure that every scrap of data we need is at hand, but also that it’s backed up to within an inch of its life, too. The Seagate drives have always been of great quality, and if you want to get your hands on a new portable 1TB drive, now is the time to do it with a discount of $5 applied currently to an already-cheap drive.
Right now it appears that this only applies to the silver version of the drive, rather than any of the other three colors available. That’s not necessarily a bad thing though – we think the silver one is absolutely the best color to go for if you like a balance of individuality without making the thing stand out too much. No matter the color, you’ll get 1TB of USB-powered storage, with USB 3.0 connectivity on hand for quick data transfers.
If raw storage isn’t all you’re into, how about the included two months of Adobe CC Photography that is included in the pack? If you’re a photographer, that’s a great way to test out Adobe’s apps without having to spend a penny, so long as you redeem the offer by the end of January 2020. We’re pretty sure that you will, or maybe lend it to someone who’s into Adobe’s suite of apps.
We’ve always been fans of Seagate’s work, and if you’re in need if a little extra storage but don’t want to spend a fortune, this is a great option for you. In fact, for students who need something reliable that never breaks a sweat and keeps on spinning regardless the situation, this drive is an absolute steal at just $44.99.
There’s no special discount code here. Just a simple price cut for everyone to digest.
Buy: Seagate Backup Plus Slim 1TB Portable Hard Drive External USB 3.0, Silver + 2mo Adobe CC Photography from Amazon: $44.99 | Original price: $50
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