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1 TB Medion WiFi hard drive - Reduced from £59.99 to £39.99 in store Aldi Newquay

£39.99 @ ALDI
Just spotted this reduction in Aldi in Newquay (Cornwall). If your local it's worth checking out, if your not then you should still come as there can't be an Aldi anywhere else with a better view f…
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Just spotted this reduction in Aldi in Newquay (Cornwall).

If your local it's worth checking out, if your not then you should still come as there can't be an Aldi anywhere else with a better view from the car park..lol

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1 Like #1
Great price. Thanks !!
#2
I wonder what make drive is inside
3 Likes #3
Also worth checking out Morrisons in Teignmouth if you like views from supermarket car parks.
#4
cool
#5
£59.99 in Norwich reduced from £79.99

At £40 its probably worth a punt, anything over that and it's a bit rubbish. Only wifi n not a/c, and not USB 3.0

Handy for iPads and apple products that can't use attached storage.
#6
j3remy42
Also worth checking out Morrisons in Teignmouth if you like views from supermarket car parks.
Been looking out, at Morrison s ....
I can see the car park(in the restaurant) and it's full of cars, looking for a place to park ... :D
1 Like #7
I got one. It works well. Copies sd cards to hdd, works as a hdd, works as a WiFi drive, works as a power pack. 40 quid I'd s good price.
4 Likes #8
great deal! Might argue that Sainsbury's at Penzance with it's view of St.Michaels Mount is possibly better ;)X) dammit we might not get many great deals down in Cornwall but our car park views are amazing X)
#9
Sorry I'm a bit dull with tech Tuesday days. Could I use this to stream movies to my laptop/tv/iPad?
#10
ratkarth
Sorry I'm a bit dull with tech Tuesday days. Could I use this to stream movies to my laptop/tv/iPad?
Yes.

More info on this item here:
https://aldi.medion.com/md92411/uk/?refPage=medion

Edited By: captainbeaky on Dec 13, 2016 20:34
#11
not sure £40 is a good price for a 1tb hard disk these days, but i must say i bought a (non-wifi) one of these about 4 years ago and its still going strong as my backup drive. was a decent hitachi inside.
#12
who would pay £60 for 1TB, honestly?

fleabay a £20 1TB drive, £4 pi zero, £6 accessories and an hour of your time for £30 and you'll gain a lot more than the extra tennersworth goosechasin
#13
Bought one of these WiFi drives online from Aldi. Came really fast via Yodel and was excellently packed. Anyway, figured £55 was a very good price for this drive considering its only alternative with SD copying is Western Digitals WiFi Passport 1TB drive costs ( at the time of writing) £129 from Tesco. Anyway my impressions are overall good, the app via mobile phone/tablet is basic but it works reasonably well. I copied a full 64GB Sandisk Extreme Pro SD card containing only JPEG and RAW images. It took an hour and 12 mins to copy the entire card. Clearly transfer speeds are pretty slow. By the time it finished the internal battery needed recharging ( the battery LED was red). I should point out my reason for buying this drive was purely to back up my SD card from my camera out on the field. It's certainly easier to carry this than my whole laptop. Upon checking the data integrity all was well, the transfer completed perfectly all be it slowly. Despite a comment to the contrary the drive is USB3.0 so operates in that capacity as well as any drive. Streaming from the drive is slow, viewing images via the app takes a few seconds to render the image for viewing. I was viewing 24 megapixels DSLR images which are pretty big JPEG files so some delay is to be expected. Smaller resolution images load faster. All in all this drive is a bargain in my opinion. If you don't have any use for the SD card slot then it's perhaps less useful but if you need a means to back up images ( a pro photographer) then this could be a lifesaver in the event you damage, corrupt or loose your valuable data on your SD card after a shoot. Even as a standalone USB 1TB drive it might be a tad expensive, that said similar capacity drives from Toshiba, Seagate, WD, etc are about the same price. To have WiFi, Sd card slot, Ethernet connection and the ability to use this drives internal battery to charge other USB devices for the price of a basic external USB HDD makes this great value. A good buy :-D
#14
Managed to get one of these today from Grimsby for £39.99

As a photographer I wanted a compact and portable way to backup ssd cards and this fits the bill. Just transferred 600 raw 24 megapixel files from sd to hdd which took just under 20mins. Not the fastest but quick enough to do the job in the way home from a shoot.

Anyone's know what drive is inside and if it's swappable?

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