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Monday, April 12, 2010
Seagate Offers FreeAgent Go Hard Drives Pre-Loaded With Paramount Pictures' Feature Films


Today, Seagate and Paramount Digital Entertainment announced their agreement to pre-load a selection of 500GB FreeAgent Go portable hard drives with Paramount movies.

Beginning immediately, United States? customers who purchase specially marked packages of the FreeAgent Go portable hard drive will be able to activate Paramount Pictures? popular film, Star Trek(2009), for no additional fee.

Seagate and Paramount partner to pre-load 500GB Seagate FreeAgent Go ultra-portable drives with 21 popular Paramount films to jump start consumers' digital movie collections. In addition to Star Trek(2009), those who have purchased the specially marked hard drives also receive an assortment of 20 Paramount Pictures movies pre-loaded on the FreeAgent Go 500GB ultra-portable drives that can be securely unlocked through the online purchase of a license key. The films will be licensed for multiple devices to allow for portability and enjoyment of them on a desktop computer, laptop computer, or widescreen television, using the FreeAgent Theater+ HD media player.

To take advantage of this special offer, purchase a specially marked 500GB FreeAgent Go ultra-portable drive from Seagate.com, or wherever Seagate FreeAgent Go portable hard drives are sold. After online registration of the drive, a promotional code will be provided for redemption at http://seagate.paramountshop.com. Redeeming the offer code provides the license key to unlock Star Trek (2009) and the option to purchase additional keys to unlock the remaining film titles that are pre-loaded on the drive.

A choice of up to 20 popular Paramount titles can be unlocked for a fee including:

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
GI Joe
Shooter
The Hunt for Red October
The Italian Job (2003)
Ghost
Patriot Games
Beowulf
Enemy at the Gates
The Spiderwick Chronicles
The Love Guru
Coach Carter
The Manchurian Candidate (2004)
Nacho Libre
Jackass 2.5
A Plumm Summer
Carriers
Dance Flick
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow


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