Congratulations on the purchase of your Seagate Wireless. Using this device, you can take your digital media anywhere and stream it to your Wi-Fi enabled tablet, smartphone, or computer. Imagine listening to your favorite music while hiking through the Swiss Alps. You can do that with the Seagate Wireless.
This guide shows you how to set up your Seagate Wireless so that you can begin enjoying your videos, photos, and music wherever you are.
What’s in the Box?
Unpack the box and ensure you have all of these items.
- iPhone 4 or higher running iOS 7 or higher
- iPad 2 or higher running iOS 7 or higher
- Android phones and tablets running Android OS 4 or higher
- Windows Vista and higher, including Windows RT
- Mac OS 10.7 and higher
Supported Web Browsers
- Safari 5 or later (Mac OS)
- WebKit (Android)
- Internet Explorer 8 or later (Windows)
- Google Chrome
Supported File Types
- Video: H.264 video, MPEG-4, Motion-JPEG
- Audio: AAC, MP3, M4a, Audible (formats 2, 3, 4), Apple Lossless, AIFF, WAV
- Documents: Microsoft Office, iWork, PDF
- Certain files supported by third-party apps
For Laptops, Tablets, and Smartphones
- Any files supported by your device applications
- Drive Capacity: 500GB
The Wireless can store over 150 high-definition movies (1.5GB MP4 H.264), 62,500 songs, or 50,000 photos.
- USB 2.0 port
- Battery: Non-user replaceable, rechargeable lithium-ion battery
- Battery Life: Up to 8 hours of continuous streaming (1 user), or stream photos, songs, and documents with up to 3 users. The Seagate Wireless battery life is up to 20 hours in standby mode.
- Maximum Wi-Fi range: 45 meters (147 feet)
- Drive Format: NTFS
The Paragon NTFS driver is available to enable read/write access using the Mac OS.
The software is available on your Seagate Wireless.