17 May 2017

2 TB of external hard disk at rupees 6099

Hi Ceans,

Is 2 TB of external hard disk at price of 6099/- rupees is a costly one or nominal one ?
Brand "Seagate" not other brands.

Please cast your votes or by posting your comments below.
17 May 2017
Looks okay to me. I've a 1TB HDD from Western Digital ( Link: Amazon.in: Buy WD Elements 1TB USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive (Black) Online at Low Prices in India | WD Reviews & Ratings ) that retails for just about Rs. 3799 and I'm really happy with it. Unless you've tons of movies and songs collection, 1TB is more than sufficient. I use it primarily to store photos and videos from my DSLR.
19 May 2017
Kaustubh Katdare
Looks okay to me. I've a 1TB HDD from Western Digital....... I use it primarily to store photos and videos from my DSLR.
Thanks @Kaustubh Katdare
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Anoop Kumar

Anoop Kumar

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19 May 2017
Looking on amazon fulfilled <7K price is fine for 2Tb external HDD.
Seagate is prone to crash without warning. I find WD is better.
Get a HDD with password protected software, like WD my passport.
Also, get a travel case. A good hit to HDD or drop from few feet will kill any HDD.
19 May 2017
While the external HDD acts as a storage; my reliance on it has dropped significantly in the last few months. I'm a big user of Google Photos and upload all my photos to it. All my important files are in Amazon AWS cloud and that's pretty much about it.

I think you'd be able to buy lot of cloud space with Rs. 7k. I'd strongly suggest looking at AWS. It's awesome!
Anoop Kumar

Anoop Kumar

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21 May 2017
Kaustubh Katdare
While the external HDD acts as a storage; my reliance on it has dropped significantly in the last few months.
I agree. I prefer to store my photos at Google Drive (unlimited) and Dropbox, with security of 2 factor authentication.
22 May 2017
Yes for photos and important files, cloud is good, but when it comes to movies, we have no other option. The reason i didn't go for WD is they provide 2 year warranty that is the reason they offer less price than Seagate.
08 Jun 2017
So according to votes and discussion the price 6099 rupees for 2TB seagate harddisk is nominal.?

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