1.5TB Maxtor External Desktop Hard Drive £129.99 (was £159.99) - HotUKDeals
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Product Features

* A Massive 1.5TB of instant add-on storage for your digital life
* Simple reliable and convenient
* USB 2.0
* Store 480,000 digital photos or 24960 hours of digital music (MP3) or 1500 hours of digital video
* PC and Mac compatible

Your work, your photos, your songs, your digital video, your memories. Store them all safely and securely in Maxtors External Desktop Hard Drive. Ideal for home and office, its easy to use--just connect the power adaptor; then connect the USB cable into your PC or Mac and your Maxtor Desktop Hard Drive appears as another drive on your computer. Perfect for the home PC or the laptop user who needs extra storage in a hurry.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q) Does the image on the web page show the actual model on sale? Are there other technical details such as form factor, interface type and spin speed? - Paul C

A) The image is correct. Here are some more details: Capacity: 1.5TB, HDD Form Factor: 3.5, Drive Speed: 7200RPM, Cache: 8MB (or higher), Interface: USB 2.0, Dimensions: 203mm x 44mm x 127mm, Weight: 1.05kg, Box Contents: External hard drive / Quick start guide / Power Adapter / USB 2.0 Cable / Maxtor 3-year Warranty

Q) Is this powered through the same USB cable? - Tim Buhain

A) Unfortunately not. This requires a mains power adaptor (included).
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Bigger picture!!

This just isnt big enough for my needs, i have 480,003 digital photos, well i'll keep on looking i guess. :roll:
It's a good price and hot. although prices are coming down and drives get biger and bigger. But then how long do I want to wait?
I expired this as the other thread is the identical product at the same price - and was posted when the Maplin email came out.

The other thread also mentions discounts that will drop the price to £123 before quidco, so potentially £118ish.

There is also far more discussion on the other thread...


Hmmm, why didn't that other thread appear in the "other Maplin offers" bit when I was submitting this?

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