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Seagate Central

Central Storage

“Here, there and everywhere” is not just the title of a Beetles’ song but it is also the approach that many of us take with regards to the storage of our digital content. You could have stored data on an internal drive, external hard disk, optical media, flash stick, memory card, the Cloud or, if you have been involved with computers for as long as I have, the various types of floppy disks. Offering a central repository for all this data is the stated aim of Seagate’s appropriately named Central product.

Acting in its role of a NAS device, the Seagate Central product joins your home network via a direct cable link to your router.  Depending upon your storage needs, this product is available in capacities of 2, 3 or 4TB models with my review unit being of the latter type.  Included with the NAS device is an Ethernet cable, power lead with a selection of adapters and a small Quick Start Guide consisting mainly of illustrations and a URL to an important web site.