160GB LaCie 301266 Mobile, 1 x USB 2.0/1.1, 5400 rpm, 8MB Cache, 12 ms, Bus Powered £47.81 Delivered @ Scan (2.5" EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE) - HotUKDeals
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160GB LaCie 301266 Mobile, 1 x USB 2.0/1.1, 5400 rpm, 8MB Cache, 12 ms, Bus Powered £47.81 Delivered @ Scan (2.5" EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE)

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Back up, transfer and exchange files easily
USB bus-powered; plug & play
Sturdy metal, thin, lightweight design
Synchronize & secure critical data on the go

Box Content
LaCie Mobile Disk; USB 2.0 cable;
USB power-sharing cable;
Quick Install Guide;
User Manual & Software Utilities (all preloaded on the disk),
LaCie 1-Click Backup Software (Windows/Mac),
LaCieSync: Synchronization & Encryption Software (Windows),
SilverKeeper Backup Software (Mac)
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I'm looking for a similar ESATA device.

I am more than happy to put a hard disk in an enclosure myseld, but I need the disk to be 7200 RPM and I also need to be host powered or have it's own battery charger
#2
I've had this exact drive for a couple of months now and it works very well, I've even used it on an iMac. A couple of things are worth mentioning though; the LED is very bright and the software is very basic. And if anyone's interested mine has a hitatchi drive inside.

andysideas
I'm looking for a similar ESATA device.

I am more than happy to put a hard disk in an enclosure myseld, but I need the disk to be 7200 RPM and I also need to be host powered or have it's own battery charger


I reckon a bus-powered 7200rpm desktop hard drive would look like some sort of hydra with one eSATA connection (which doesn't provide power) and 3-4 USB connections (each provides 2.5W of power). :whistling:

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