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Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Home 1TB STAM1000100

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1 TB
  • Connects to your WiFi router, enabling convenient, wireless access to all your files from any PC or Mac computer in the home
  • Automatically and continuously back up files and folders from up to 3 PC and Mac computers in the home ? Time Machine software compatible
  • Stream movies, photos and music to PCs, Mac computers, game consoles and GoFlex TV HD media player
  • Simple setup in just minutes
  • Share a USB printer with every PC and Mac computer in the home
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Technical Details

Size: 1 TB
  • USB Powered

Product Details

Size: 1 TB
  • Product Dimensions: 3.1 x 5.3 x 6.8 inches ; 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003SU4BXQ
  • Item model number: STAM1000100
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (432 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 20, 2010

Product Description

Size: 1 TB

From the Manufacturer

Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Home
Automatically protect your data while also enabling streaming

Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Home
A simple solution to access all your data anywhere, anytime. View larger
Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Home
Enjoy your movies, videos, and photos on the go with the free GoFlex app.

Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Home
Remotely stream your media library to any Internet-connected computer

The GoFlex Home network storage system enables you to set up a wireless network for the backup, storage, and streaming of your files at home. Connect multiple computers, PC, or Mac, and automatically protect your data while also enabling streaming to media players, game consoles, and other computers, all over your own "cloud". Then download the free GoFlex Home app to experience movies, video, and photos while you're on the go. It's perfect for those who need more space than a portable hard drive allows but still want access to all their data. Having a cloud solution for your movies, music, and photos also means less devices to carry around--use your phone or tablet to keep you connected to all your media and important files.

A Cloud to Call Your Own

Use the GoFlex Home to wirelessly back up and store data for multiple computers. Share media to your networked mobile devices, or access media from remote, web-connected computers with no monthly fees. It's like having your own cloud storage and backup solution right at home.

Your Media Made Mobile

Store your media safely at home, then experience all your movies, photos, and music on the go. Your data becomes portable, but you don't need to worry about mobile storage or data loss when you're on the road. Stream your media to iPhone, iPad, and Android devices using the free GoFlex Access app. Or remotely stream your media library to any Internet-connected computer with a web browser. It's a simple solution to access all your data anywhere, anytime.

Big Backups

GoFlex Home lets you automatically back up and store up to a massive 3TB of data from multiple PC and Mac computers. It will easily organize even the largest media library in one secure spot. It's even compatible with Time Machine backup software for Mac.

System Requirements

  • Windows XP/Vista/7, or Mac OSX 10.4.6 or later
  • Available USB 2.0 port for host computer
What's in the Box?

Seagate GoFlex Home network storage system with base and hard drive, Ethernet cable, power supply, quick start guide, GoFlex Home install CD, warranty.

Seagate FreeAgnet GoFlex Home External Hard Drive Specifications

1TB1 2TB1 3TB1 Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Home
Model Number STAM1000100 STAM2000100 STAM3000100
Interface Wireless Wireless Wireless
Available Colors Black Black Black
How Much Will it Store?
Digital Music Digital Music (Hours) 16,660 33,320 49,980
Digital Photos Digital Photos (Files)
Average file size using cameras highest resolution JPEG mode
320,000 640,000 960,000
Digital Videos Digital Videos (Hours) 1,000 2,000 3,000
DVD Quality DVD Quality (Movies)
Based on standard 2 hour movie
250 500 750
HD Video HD Video (Hours)
Based on H.264 compression at a 6.75Mbs bitrate
250 500 750
1One gigabyte, or GB, equals one billion bytes and one terabyte, or TB, equals one trillion bytes when referring to hard drive capacity.

Product Description

The GoFlex Home network storage system connects to your WiFi router, allowing you to wirelessly store and access files and back up multiple computers in the home. The GoFlex Home network storage system includes software to automatically and continuously back up all the files and folders on up to 3 PC and Mac computers in the home. By storing files in a central location on your network, you can use one drive for all your storage and backup needs. When connected to your home WiFi router, the GoFlex Home network storage system enables you to wirelessly store and access files from any PC or Mac computer in the home. The GoFlex Home network storage system also allows you to stream media to game consoles and the GoFlex TV HD media player. Store all your photos, movies and music on the GoFlex Home network storage system and enjoy your media and favorite memories from any room in the house. Additionally, you can share a USB printer with every computer in the home by simply connecting to the USB port on the GoFlex Home network storage system or you can plug in a USB drive to the port to increase storage capacity. The built-in drive can also be upgraded by simply removing the drive from the base and replacing with a higher capacity GoFlex Desk drive. With a simple guided setup process and just two cable connections, the GoFlex Home network storage system installs in just minutes, allowing you to quickly begin protecting your files, enjoying your media and accessing your content wherever you are. Additional licenses available for purchase

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

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Joy Guion Bailey
Here is what I did: I 'uninstalled' the Memeo software, left the Dashboard installed so my computer could still see the drive, and then used Windows to do the backup.
Amazon Customer
I've never written such a negative review but here is my summary: Horrible product, don't bother buying it.
Arnold

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

106 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 11, 2012
Size Name: 2 TB
I nearly wrote this network backup drive off until I finally corrected the way I set it up.

Initially when I set it up my backups were taking for ever and I nearly returned this to Costco. Copying a 1 GB file from my laptop over the wireless network was taking 15 minutes. So imagine backing up a 300GB drive (3 days). I realized that something had to be incorrectly setup.

The problem was not the drive, but was the fact that everything was connected through my Verizon Fios wireless router!!! This router is only a 10/100 wireless router! This was the issue - it was the bottleneck that was slowing everything down. I bought a simple gigabit wireless router and connected my entire home network to it so all communication in my home was not approximately 7-8 times faster. My gigabit router then connected to the Verizon Fios router to access the internet.

So now copying a 1 GB file over the wireless network takes around 2 minutes (instead of 15).
Copying a 1GB file from a PC that has a lan wire connected to it takes approximately 1 minute.

So if you're going to buy this great and cheap device I suggest that you spend some time in learning how to do this right (or get someone else to help you).

3 Big Tips:
1) Don't install the software that comes with the drive. Instead open a browser, type in goflexhome.local in the Address field, and press Enter to start the setup.
2) Make sure that you don't use a 10/100 wireless router. This will be the bottle neck and slow things down immenseley.
3) If you are using a PC then use Cobian (a free backup software) to backup your PC. With a Mac use Timemachine.

I now have this setup so that my PC's and Mac backup by themselves up on a daily basis.
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228 of 253 people found the following review helpful By Sam F. on September 27, 2010
Size Name: 2 TB Verified Purchase
When I bought this product, I was very optimistic. The promise of a consumer-friendly network attached storage drive that is quick and easy to use, has plenty of features, and is compatible with tons of devices. I am a fan of the Seagate GoFlex system with swappable docks. However, in the end the use of this GoFlex Home has fallen below expectations.

My biggest problem with this drive is the read/write speeds, especially the latter. As a 2 TB drive, one would expect to load a fair amount of data onto it, and read large files off of it. The read speeds on this thing were halfway decent, but not good enough to effectively stream an HD movie, even on a fast wireless N network. The write speeds are far worse. Transferring files wirelessly to the drive had a max speed of only ~4 Mbps, and an average barely over 3. Even worse, the dock's USB port had an even slower speed, max around 3 Mbps and average just under 2. Moving files around internally was also often slow, it was unbearable. It literally took days of straight transfer to get 1 TB onto this drive.

Beyond these already-crippling problems, this drive does not work with quite as many devices as the advertising would suggest, or at least, not for free. Multiple reviews suggested it would work right out of the box with my Xbox 360. After numerous attempts and a bunch of research, I have decided that this is not the case. Without third party software, this device will not stream to the 360, and possibly not even with said software. I also was unable to get it to stream to my Android phone (Droid X), even though it is DLNA equipped. The sharing features in the software are confusing and don't seem to work the way they should.
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187 of 211 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Deity HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 24, 2010
Size Name: 1 TB Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
UPDATE: According to other users who commented on my review, this Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Home external hard drive will work with OS X Lion. This new operating system that was released by Apple on July 20, 2011. My review is based on using it with OS X Snow Leopard.

I give this item a 3.5 stars. It looses some stars because it really is not "simple set up" as it states. It takes some time to get it up and your files to back up the first initial time. I was extremely excited to try this product with my home network since we have two Windows PCs (1 XP & 1 Windows 7), and one Mac computer. For each desktop computer, I have installed wired external backup drives. The idea of having ONE back up drive to backup all my files, photos and iTunes music seemed to be like a dream come true. Features a 1TB storage, which is equivalent to 1024GB.

Lets start with the installation. I am using the Windows 7 PC for initial setup. First and most important, you need a Home Network, a wireless router and of course an internet connection. Enclosed in the box is a very basic "Quick Start" guide, I recommend going to the manufacturer's website and downloading the 82 page manual which gives more information. I plugged in power and Ethernet cable to my wireless router. I powered up the drive and inserted the installation CD. I named and registered my drive and added additional user accounts , one for each computer. After that was complete I had to install the software on my other Windows PC and Mac. After I installed the CD on the other PCs, a screen pops up asking to insert the username and password. It's that simple. On my Mac the installation was a little different, but I was able to easily follow the instructions and get it connected using Time Machine with no hassles.
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