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WD 250GB USB Portable External Hard Drive

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Is this good enough & is this cheapest? http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0012IOHVM/ref=asc_df_B0012IOHVM438311/?tag=pr-electronics-21&creative=7966&creativeASIN=B0012IOHVM&linkCode=asn
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago

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#2
i bought a 2.5" 320gb from Currys for a £ or 2 less, they had a few in thier discontinued/clearance area.
#3
richp
i bought a 2.5" 320gb from Currys for a £ or 2 less, they had a few in thier discontinued/clearance area.


I am not fussy about the storage space. Even a 160GB would be fine for me.
Just didnt want to spend over the 40£ mark.
#4
Ebuyer are doing a Seagate 250GB one for £39.99, but then you have a few pounds postage unless you go above £50. Or does it have to be a WD drive.?
#5
Forgot to add, I just bought a WD 320gig Elements drive from Tesco direct. £49.97 plus added something to take it over the £50 mark (baby teats are 68p or DVD cases for 97p) and then you can use the £5 off voucher TDX-DRET and and free delivery to your local store and should work out about £46 odds.
#6
No fuss about the Brand.
I assume Seagate will be good enough & reliable.
#7
Had a couple of Seagate drives without issue. I always find you get mixed opinions with the regards to the different makes of drive.

If i were you.. If your getting something else you require from Ebuyer that takes it over the £50 mark to get the postage then get the Seagate one. If your not and need to pay postage I would get the Western Dig one from Amazon. But really I would go for the Western Dig 320gig one on Tesco using the £5 voucher for £46ish depending what you add to take it over £50. Also quidco with Tesco too. But then again you might not want to travel to a Tesco on Thurs/Friday to pick it up or your local one could be miles away.

Oh I don`t know................................:whistling::thumbsup::p
#8
richp
i bought a 2.5" 320gb from Currys for a £ or 2 less, they had a few in thier discontinued/clearance area.



Will4long
Had a couple of Seagate drives without issue. I always find you get mixed opinions with the regards to the different makes of drive.

If i were you.. If your getting something else you require from Ebuyer that takes it over the £50 mark to get the postage then get the Seagate one. If your not and need to pay postage I would get the Western Dig one from Amazon. But really I would go for the Western Dig 320gig one on Tesco using the £5 voucher for £46ish depending what you add to take it over £50. Also quidco with Tesco too. But then again you might not want to travel to a Tesco on Thurs/Friday to pick it up or your local one could be miles away.

Oh I don`t know................................:whistling::thumbsup::p




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