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1TB or 1.5TB External Hard drive wanted

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Needs to looks quite smart, black in colour preferrably No cheap jobbies, I need a quality item that will last. £85 is the high end of my budget but would rather stay below that. Thanks Read More
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Needs to looks quite smart, black in colour preferrably

No cheap jobbies, I need a quality item that will last.

£85 is the high end of my budget but would rather stay below that.

Thanks
girothefiro Avatar
7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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I wouldn't go for anythin bigger than 500GB (unless your prepared to back it up or lose it) as i just had 2 - 750GB drives fail on me in the space of 2 weeks (both were Seagate - same make & model).

Lost a shed load of data ....:-(

Am waiting until the reliability of the bigger drives gets set in before i go for them.
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Mecoconuts
I wouldn't go for anythin bigger than 500GB (unless your prepared to back it up or lose it) as i just had 2 - 750GB drives fail on me in the space of 2 weeks (both were Seagate - same make & model).

Lost a shed load of data ....:-(

Am waiting until the reliability of the bigger drives gets set in before i go for them.


Was it the drives themselves or the power supplies that went, was it portable drives? :thumbsup:
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Mecoconuts
I wouldn't go for anythin bigger than 500GB (unless your prepared to back it up or lose it) as i just had 2 - 750GB drives fail on me in the space of 2 weeks (both were Seagate - same make & model).

Lost a shed load of data ....:-(

Am waiting until the reliability of the bigger drives gets set in before i go for them.


that could just as well happen with a 250gb HDD you probs just were unlucky

Ive had my 1tb Fuji HDD for over a year now and still going strong
#6


Want to avoid the cheapy models tbh, Thanks though

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