Seagate and Verizon Wireless are showcasing a new 4G LTE-enabled Seagate Satellite hard drive here at CES 2012. The prototype model on the show floor had a 500GB capacity, though we're told there should also be a 1TB model when it launches sometime this year. It's essentially a mobile hotspot / NAS hybrid, and has a personal file server inside for downloading movies, videos, and photos. In its prototype form it can stream media to three simultaneous Wi-Fi devices, but that may change as code is optimized before launch. The internal battery is said to last 4-5 hours, but there's a microUSB slot for charging. We're not sure how much it'll cost per month, but it's safe to assume that price plans probably won't be too far off from Verizon's current wireless modem offerings.