The Seagate Central is a single-volume NAS server that comes in three versions, 2TB, 3TB and 4TB. It packs diferent mobile apps for media sharing and back-up. On the back of the Seagate Central you will find a Gigabit Ethernet port and one USB port.
Fast, easy to use.
Comes with many options for media streaming
Design blends with other electronics.
Easily backup Facebook photos and videos.
App needs work.
Remote feature is very sluggish.
Limited when accessed via a browser.
By Computer Shopper on October 31, 2013
The Central makes it easy to access your stuff over your home network, as well as back up your social-media images to a local drive. Its Gigabit Ethernet speeds impressed, too. Our only quibble: The drive's oversimplified approach to network storage...80
By PCMag on September 13, 2013
Seagate Central is a near-perfect NAS for home users: It's easy to set up and delivers business-class performance, but its storage is capped at 4TB.90
By Bright Side of News on June 19, 2013
Today we are taking a look at Seagate Central. Seagate Central is Seagate’s entry into the affordable consumer-grade home NAS market. It comes in three configurations: 2 TB at $169.99 (model STCG2000100), 3 TB at $189.99 (model STCG3000100), and 4...-
By StorageReview on June 07, 2013
Beyond that, the app is functional, but needs some tweaks to make it more seamless. It has a good graphical design and looks well laid-out, but some of the icons are unintuitive and the app needs to be smoothed out still. As for performance, the Seagate Central provided solid throughput that matched the Netgear Centria and was stronger than the WD My Net N900.85
By 4Reviewz on June 04, 2013
The device is also beneficial as a single point storage for all your media files and entertainment. We recommend this device to those looking for a small, super-simple, multi-user backup and media sharing storage on the network.70
By Tech2 on May 28, 2013
In a nutshell, the Seagate Central is a simple solution to organise and access all your digital files on one single location on the network. You can create user accounts to keep them private and users can access their data from anywhere on the Internet too.60
By Tech2 on May 28, 2013
Storage is one of the most important elements in today's digital life. From important documents to vital emails, music, photos and videos, we keep hoarding data – and with it the need for storage expansion rises. Sharing this stored data is...60
By SmallNetBuilder on May 27, 2013
For the home user who just wants to stream media, back up their devices and maybe access some files remotely every now and then, the Seagate Central is worth a look.70
By Engadget on May 07, 2013
Sure, there are plenty of other network-attached drives out there, but Seagate put together a unique combination that will certainly set itself apart for a least a few who require solutions that are device-agnostic.-
By cnet on May 02, 2013
The affordable Seagate Central delivers as a fast and easy-to-use network storage device for home backup and entertainment purposes.79