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Had to expire my last deal and post a new one...
I got one recently at the higher price and now its even cheaper!!!

Valid till Tuesday 12pm, currently the cheapest disk on the market 7.13p per GB.

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search for 1TB Buffalo DriveStation.
click buy.

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#1
Not really 7.13p per GB as the drive will format down to 931Gb ;-)

Good price though. Hot from me.
#2
Uridium;3622465
Not really 7.13p per GB as the drive will format down to 931Gb ;-)

Good price though. Hot from me.

I'm a techie and it saddens me deeply to say this but the cost is calculated per GB and not GiB (contrary to what GB meant!)

Wish I was wrong and 1024MB was still 1GB but the marketing guys have taken over with their faster ferraris!
#3
Coming up as £78.05 for me after putting it in my basket...
#4
Weavus
Coming up as £78.05 for me after putting it in my basket...

Did you follow the instructions in the post?
You also need to be an AV Forums or hexus.net member to get free postage.
#5
Yes followed instructions, got free postage, the product itself is £78.05... (with postage its £85.51). Is it still coming up at £71.29 for anyone else?
banned#6
Think this may have expired - but it's a popular one I've seen appear a few times.
#7
play.com have a WD 1TB for £79.99 with quidco and free postage,

and also ebuyer have one for £69.99 ( not sure on postage etc )

I went for the play.com one, it's in the post now :)
#8
Good price I only use Scan these days there the best. Im really looking for a NAS with 2X1TB of storage RAID1, gig on LAN/web interface with a fast performance that don't cost the earth you know of any Kevin? please don't recommend a WD My Book there so slow.
#9
this is even better
http://www.ebuyer.com/special/1716?eblt=main_banner

10 quid cheaper
#10
can i plug this into my ps3 downstairs & watch my downloaded films?
#11
On the Toshiba drive sold at ebuyer does anyone know what the internal drive is ? I guess it must be sata but anyone know which model ?
#12
Though this was an Elite 360 for £70 when I first looked... lol.
#13
quackstar84
Though this was an Elite 360 for £70 when I first looked... lol.


lol that'll come in Spring
#14
If you're not bothered about Firewire/eSata and just want a cheap USB drive this one is great. I bought it a while back for £80, it's as fast as you could expect for a USB drive and almost completely silent (I'm very fussy about noise so my other external drives are quiet, but nowhere near as quiet as this one)

Great deal. Hot!
#15
James123
If you're not bothered about Firewire/eSata and just want a cheap USB drive this one is great. I bought it a while back for £80, it's as fast as you could expect for a USB drive and almost completely silent (I'm very fussy about noise so my other external drives are quiet, but nowhere near as quiet as this one)

Great deal. Hot!


No you want a NSLU2 off ebay for about £20 :whistling:
#16
slinkydonkey
Good price I only use Scan these days there the best. Im really looking for a NAS with 2X1TB of storage RAID1, gig on LAN/web interface with a fast performance that don't cost the earth you know of any Kevin? please don't recommend a WD My Book there so slow.


Have a look at the Icy Box NAS-4220-B at Scan for less than a ton. Looks like it will fit your needs! Google it - plenty of reviews etc.

I run an unslung slug (Linksys NSLU2), great piece of kit, but the Icy Box might be my next purchase.
#17
Sootie
Have a look at the Icy Box NAS-4220-B at Scan for less than a ton. Looks like it will fit your needs! Google it - plenty of reviews etc.

Run an unslung slug, great piece of kit, but the Icy Box might be my next purchas.


Thanks! looks perfect :thumbsup:
#18
I just got the 'Icy Box NAS-4220-B' on dabs reconditioned for £75! :-D
#19
Got this a few weeks back for £80, speed is as fast as one can expect for USB2.0, but very quiet, it never gets warm, the coolest drive (temperature wise) I've owned, but also looks elegant & cool standing up.

when I right click on the HDD's icon, then Properties then the Hardware tab, it just says the drive is "BUFFALO External HDD USB Device", no name or model number of the drive inside.

as for the PS3 question, when it's formatted in FAT32 then the PS3 will recognise it, but when I got mine I formatted it to NTFS, better filing system, can handle files bigger than 4GB (I've got some HD videos bigger than 4GB so needed NTFS) downside is the PS3 won't recognise NTFS.
#20
No1_Dave
Got this a few weeks back for £80, speed is as fast as one can expect for USB2.0, but very quiet, it never gets warm, the coolest drive (temperature wise) I've owned, but also looks elegant & cool standing up.

when I right click on the HDD's icon, then Properties then the Hardware tab, it just says the drive is "BUFFALO External HDD USB Device", no name or model number of the drive inside.

as for the PS3 question, when it's formatted in FAT32 then the PS3 will recognise it, but when I got mine I formatted it to NTFS, better filing system, can handle files bigger than 4GB (I've got some HD videos bigger than 4GB so needed NTFS) downside is the PS3 won't recognise NTFS.

Thanks for the review :)

Mine's still in post and it's already dropped by a few p! :(
#21
Anyone knows of any light weight utilities around that report hard disk info, would be interesting to know what disks are inside without opening it up.
#22
slinkydonkey
I just got the 'Icy Box NAS-4220-B' on dabs reconditioned for £75! :-D


Let us know how you get on with it - on paper it looks a bargain. :thumbsup:

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