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.


    High School Musical so nobody would ever want to steal it.

    Seabiscuit - so I could see if Seabiscuit makes it out of the Seagate so I could see it on my TV....See?

    I'd watch "Baby's Day Out", cause if the bad guys in that movie had one of these bad boys... well nothing much would have changed... but it's a pretty fun movie!

    I'd watch Zoolander because I'm pretty sure there's more to life than being really, really, ridiculously good looking. And I intend to find out what that is.

    The Princess Bride: I'm enchanted by a swashbuckling tale of silly names, sillier dialogue and true love

    I'd watch "2012" because I they would have loved a sea-gate.

    i would love to watch whole season of Every loves Raymond from Season 1 to 9 and the Complete Series. Reason why is, i can relate on that but on opposite side...Im still have most attitude of Raymond except to play golf. But my wife's parent is alwys there...Coz we live in one property.
    So, we say "there coming! "... lol
    The show is fun, boring, annoying, interesting and same as life as we spend.


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    Easily Iron man 3. Who wouldn't love to stream HD content on their 55 inch TV while dispatching a pack of pop-corn? 1 Tera byte is big enough to store my music and college stuff.

    I would use the Seagate Wireless Plus Drive to stream old family movies (transferred from fragile reel-to-reel tapes) of old footage of my brother, sister and I to show my Mother and Father who are living overseas. They would weep and shake with joy to see us being visited by Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny 40 years ago!

    I would watch 'Contact' and wonder who else might be watching....

    Grease, only the best movie ever :)

    The Notebook, come on! Is there any other movie worth watching!!??

    I would be using it to watch the Go Pro videos i shot that day of my 15 buddies and i skiing and snowboarding on the 42 inch screen inside our chartered mini-bus, for the long and painful ride back from our snowy mountains trip in Aug. Will surely include footage of one of us coming out of the hospital in a wheelchair...

    Mad Max!! Been a while since I watched this golden oldie, and it'd let me try my new toy out by myself without meddling minds and interfering fingers wanting to touch it and use it first - because everyone else in my house hates this brilliant flick.

    Man On A Wire for sure!
    Watching a bloke relying on a wire, while I'm relying on the exact opposite - wireless.
    High Wire on WiFi, it's a delicate balance...

    The Fifth Element - because who can't get enough of saying "Korben Dallas Multipass" and well - Milla Jojovich, need I say more?!

    I would watch pitch perfect because i would love to watch it on my bed without the hassle of putting it on tv.......and i could sing without annoying the hell out my brother.

    The Pursuit of Happiness, for inspiration to continue working hard to achieve my goals!

    Ghost in the Shell - to pump me up for the new series =DDD

    Call me sentimental.... but.... I would download my wedding video to a movie file to save it from degregation after 18 years of marriage. I would love to watch it on the big screen again and again and again, knowing that it was safely kept on the seagate drive :)

    Greatest western ever made John fords classic the searchers there is talk they are going to remake cannot wait

    Back to the future trilogy - and it doesn't take 1.21 GIGAWATTS to power :)

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    I'd watch 'I, Robot' while imagining the Seagate Wireless Plus Drive turning against me.

    The Great Gatsby - because I haven't seen it yet. I'd also use it to store software, etc

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