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.


    I would watch "Andy James - Shred Guitar in 6 Weeks" because it would stream so fast I would learn it in 20 minutes.

    I would watch Drop Dead Fred, it was my favourite movie when i was a child and i love to watch it with my children they love it as much as i did

    i would watch the movie adaptation of "On The Road" by Jack Kerouac while on my travels across America later in the year!


    Because obviously this streaming external drive is as space aged as he is, and so deserve to go together!

    If only Robocop had wifi instead of that key finger, then he could watch himself, too :(

    I was going to say The Hottie & The Nottie but I don't want to embarrass myself so I will be honest and say that I am going to fill it up with 1TB of porn.

    I would have to say, the Lord of the Rings Trilogy. My fiance has not yet seen ANY of the movies and so i must educate her on middle earth before we get married, else i fear there won't be a marriage!

    Social Network - I want to download Facebook, the Internet and my life.

    "UP", cuz 1TB wireless box used to be a dream when I was young.

    I would watch God Bless America because i'm cynical and need to feel the beauty that is consumerism :D

    Unfortunately I would not get to watch a movie since the first thing I would stream is the Red Wedding episode from Game of Thrones season 3.

    After having my soul ripped from my body, torn to shreds, set on fire, the ashes consumed by hell spawn then regurgitated into the gaping maw of an abyss filled with despair, void of hope, the withered husk that was once called Bradley would, with its last ounce of life, filled with an unholy rage and hate, cast the foul device that contained 55 minutes and 31 seconds of pure evil, into the super massive black hole at the heart of the milkyway galaxy, praying that Daenerys Targaryen kills everyone in Westeros....... except the Starks!

    But if this didn't happen then it would only make sense to watch V for Vendetta. That movie Rocks!

    Avatar by James Cameron. My reasons are simple as to date this is one of the best looking movie. The animation done with Maya is breath taking, Surely thats probably why it took them 15 years to make it. So I'm going to get the full HD version of it and would be around 20GB+ and like to stream it, that is if Seagate could handle such data.

    The Princess Bride. It's the best movie ever... Shut up... Stop laughing... It is...

    I'd probably get a show like "24" and watch it - non stop - over 24 hours. The space of this device should handle that, and I wouldn't need to swap disks or fiddle with menus when each episode ended.

    Might need to put some ad breaks together for toilet breaks, however: I don't remember Keifer Sutherland using a bathroom in the original series.

    Has to be the 'King's Speech' for me. Because only with a reliable and fast streaming from the seagate wirless plus will there be no stuttering in the final speech.
    I use any other drive, and Hitler wins the war.

    Last edited 07/06/13 8:43 pm

    Without a doubt it would be Alien, because "in space, no one can hear you stream".

    I'd watch the new Hobbit movie.
    I haven't seen it yet, so I'm anti-SEA-pating that it'll be GATE (great)!

    I'm going to be completely honest here and go with The Lion King. Much to my equal parts shame and despair, my DVD copy now skips and freezes due to being watched too many times. Come on, kids movie is only half the story.

    Dodge Ball - because of the 5 D's of wireless tech

    In alphabetical order:

    S. - Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
    E. - E.T.
    A. - Aliens
    G. - Groundhog Day
    A. - Austin Powers
    T. - Trainspotting
    E. - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    I would watch Waterworld, because there is a lot of Sea as well as a couple of Gates in that movie


    The single greatest time travel movie ever made.

    Last edited 07/06/13 11:49 pm

    Using the Seagate, I would watch "Sea Wall" because it's exam time and a short film is preferable so I can maximise my study time and besides, what else fits the exam mood better than a film about a man facing an emotional abyss!

    Also, Seagate, Sea Wall, heh.

    Last edited 08/06/13 12:24 am

    I would watch And Me And You And Everyone We Know.

    It had this ending that just tortured me:
    sure the dad found someone to be hapy with, that was supposed to be answer to all the problems.
    He was distracted from looking after his kids because he needed someone, then there was the ending that told us that he was distracted from looking after his kids BECAUSE he had found someone.

    Is he just a dead beat dad?

    He's proven that he's not, he's shown how much he loves his sons, but they're going to get hurt -- this has been made ultimately clear in the movie. The father's quest for acceptnace, his desperate need for belonging is going to get his kids hurt.

    Not only that but his kids need to belong as well, and their need to belong is going to send them to a place that is the ending of this moving that will torutre us forever wondering if they're going to be okay.

    It's haunting.

    That's what I would watch.

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