Win A Seagate Wireless Plus Drive

The Seagate Wireless Plus drive offers a full terabyte of storage and the ability to stream movies and music to tablets and laptops, as well as backing up your precious memories. Want to get your hands on one? We have five to give away!

Competition closed (as of 3pm Sunday)

To enter our competition to win this excellent prize, just answer this question in the comments:

The Seagate Wireless Plus lets you easily stream any movie from the drive to your favourite device. Which movie would you watch using it and why?

The five most creative and impressive entries will each win a Seagate Wireless Plus, valued at $249. The competition closes 23 June. For full terms and conditions, click here.

BONUS $20 Cash Back! Lifehacker readers who purchase a Seagate Wireless Plus portable drive from JB Hi-Fi, Dick Smith or Office Works are eligible for $20 cash back on their purchase.


Comments

    Oceans Eleven purely for the reason that I love the film

    Downey Jr's first Sherlock Holmes film.

    Why? Because, "A technology of that kind would be worth an untold fortune. Imagine being able to control any device simply by sending a command via radio waves. It's the future, Watson!"

    Who wouldn't want to be a part of that?

    Hot tub time machine.

    My wife has made me watch it so many times that its now a necessity, like air. I already have air everywhere I go, but I don't have a copy of hot tub time machine on me. I could fix that with cool gadget!

    The whole series of "The Wire" How ironic.

    Jaws - because it's the original wireless terror-bite!

    Last edited 27/05/13 4:41 pm

    Are We There Yet...in the car, streaming to the kids' iPads in the back seat!

    Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory so I could dress like Gene Wilder and beam them pixels through the air! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPi71LSZxT0

    "You photograph something, and then the photograph is split up into millions of tiny pieces, and they go whizzing through the air down to your TV set where they're all put together again in the right order."

    The Goonies (1985)

    I've always told myself I needed to track down that adventure movie that I saw when I was a child in the 90s. It just happened by coincidence that two of my work collegues were talking about that movie while I was reading this post. Now that I know what it's called, "The Goonies" will be forever connected in my head with this wireless drive

    I would watch Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus. It seems like a problem that only a Sea Gate can resolve.

    The Fifth Element...Mila Jovovich in nothing but bandages...I mean seriously guys, do I have to draw you a picture???

    If i have to watch only one movie .. i don't even need Seagate Wireless Plus Drive. But i still have to answer so it will be definitely Hangover III since i haven't got time to watch it ... it will be good test though....!!!

    Avatar because of the uber fantastic CG and I would be able to enjoy it on my iPad on the patio or through my big screen tv.

    The Incredible Hulk- HULK STREAM!!!!

    if i had one of these i would give it to my parents so they can watch all my movies easier then ever before

    Jumper (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0489099/) ... because of the similar way of transportation :D

    I'd watch 오직 그대만 (Always), a Korean romance movie about a blind girl falling in love with a boxer. Makes my heart melt... Not only that, I would prevent any further download binges from occurring, and use the drive as a multimedia command station, that everyone can use in my share house.

    All the Pixar and Disney movies! I've only seen like two of them, and that's kind of pathetic

    The Princess Bride of course! Even though I have six fingers to operate a remote, it would be totally inconceivable to watch it any other way. Believe me, if I'm wrong, and I'm never wrong, then the only way see this movie is via the Seagate Wireless Plus

    Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels. Why wouldn't you watch it?

    Soderbergh's underrated remake of Solaris, even if just to avoid the highway section of the Tarkovsky version. It also has a really good score by Cliff Martinez.

    I guess streaming from a wireless drive provides the correct level of detachment required to absorb such a heavily-laden Stanislaw Lem work.

    I would watch "Just like heaven" because it's a great feel good movie and not only that but being able to watch it or many other movies (1tb!) anywhere would be just like heaven and I would feel good not having to look through a sky high stack of DVDs.

    The Big Lebowski. Equally a precious memory as it is my first preference for streaming. The Dude Abides. Hopefully the wifi reaches the alley...

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