1.5TB Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 Hard Disk Drive £129.99 + £5.95 P&P - HotUKDeals
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If you want a really big disc try this for size.

Manufacturer - Seagate Hard Drives
Model - ST31500341AS
Disk Size - 3.5Inches
Disk Capacity - 1536GB
Disk Speed - 7200RPM
Data Buffer - 32768KB
Interface - SATA NCQ Interface Type(s) SATA
Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) - 750,000Hours
Certifications - RoHS
Power Requirement Idle (Ready) - 8.0Watts
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#1
You just seen the email too!
#2
how do you hten back this up ??? LOL
#3
Voted cold as there is a good chance of this coming down in price, like with the 1TB drives.

Also... think about how much data you could lose if the drive fails.... You'd be better off buying either 2 x 750gb or 1x 1TB and 1x 500gb drive.

Tim

Edit: I understand with Micro SD cards and portable storage that you'd rather have 1 x 8gb rather than a couple of 2gbs..... however with this amount of data floating around you'd be kinda stuffed if you lost it lol!
#4
It seems we have gone from 500gb's being the best price per gigabyte to 1tb's in only a matter of months, this is a new size so expect a slight premium on these due to rarity, but considering its 50% extra for that 3.5" bay usage the premium is barely noticeable
#5
timothyw9
You'd be better off buying either 2 x 750gb or 1x 1TB and 1x 500gb drive.

or even 13x 120gb drives. Why not go the whole way and have 375x 4gb drives.
#6
timothyw9;3103859
Voted cold as there is a good chance of this coming down in price, like with the 1TB drives.

Also... think about how much data you could lose if the drive fails.... You'd be better off buying either 2 x 750gb or 1x 1TB and 1x 500gb drive.

Tim

Edit: I understand with Micro SD cards and portable storage that you'd rather have 1 x 8gb rather than a couple of 2gbs..... however with this amount of data floating around you'd be kinda stuffed if you lost it lol!


Its same for 1TB and the same was said for 500Gb. everytime a new hard drive is introduced there are some people who think that way but than u adapt.
The good thing with the technology is that the price always comes down but the bad thing is that it comes down because something better comes in to the market
#7
Deleted User Name 3;3103912
or even 13x 120gb drives. Why not go the whole way and have 375x 4gb drives.

I remember my first 20mb hard disk drive!!! :thumbsup:
#8
Most computer kit gets cheaper. Discs get bigger and the biggest usually cost a bit more per GB. Waiting is always an option. The current sweet spot is probably 750GB but people have different needs. Backup is a key consideration to make but the right answer will depend on the task.

:¬}
#9
timothyw9
Voted cold as there is a good chance of this coming down in price, like with the 1TB drives.

Also... think about how much data you could lose if the drive fails.... You'd be better off buying either 2 x 750gb or 1x 1TB and 1x 500gb drive.

Tim

Edit: I understand with Micro SD cards and portable storage that you'd rather have 1 x 8gb rather than a couple of 2gbs..... however with this amount of data floating around you'd be kinda stuffed if you lost it lol!


Yes size per £ its not the best but can you find this or similar cheaper. No? Then its hot for the price. Many peoples systems can only support 2 hard drives so only have one space for an upgrade. This will be great for people that have lots of films/music. My 1tb drive is 75% full already. Thoughs 9gb MVK files soon fill it up.
#10
timothyw9
Voted cold as there is a good chance of this coming down in price, like with the 1TB drives.

Also... think about how much data you could lose if the drive fails.... You'd be better off buying either 2 x 750gb or 1x 1TB and 1x 500gb drive.

Tim

Edit: I understand with Micro SD cards and portable storage that you'd rather have 1 x 8gb rather than a couple of 2gbs..... however with this amount of data floating around you'd be kinda stuffed if you lost it lol!


I bet your a hit with the ladies:thumbsup:
#11
the price is wrong, it's £129.99 for the HD and £6.99 for delivery, total £136.98

the £5.95 delivery is subject to VAT making it £6.99. it says so on the site



7200RPM SATA 3Gb/s NCQ 32MB Cache
£110.63 ex VAT, £129.99 inc VAT
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#12
The bas*ards they've gone and put it up to £139.99...

cashing in on the shortage like all the other skummy websites.

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