1TB SEAGATE FreeAgent Desktop USB2 External HDD - £93.94 Delivered @ Scan (Normally only £96 Anyway!) - HotUKDeals
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Use the hexus forums free postage offer to knock off the delivery charge. £93.94 delivered as a result. Deal is on front page of the scan site. Please click the buy button to take it into your basket at said price. Normally only £96.57 delivered so a great price anyway IMO.

# Main Specifications:
# Type: External hard drive
# Form Factor: 3.5"
# Dimensions (WxDxH): 4.1 cm x 16.3 cm x 19.1 cm
# Capacity 1 TB (1000 GB)
# Interface Type: Hi-Speed USB
# Data Transfer Rate: 480 Mbps
# Spindle Speed: 7200 rpm
# OS Required: Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Apple MacOS X 10.3.9 or later, Microsoft Windows Vista, Apple MacOS X 10.4.6 or later
# Power Source: Included AC adapter
# Manufacturer Warranty: 5 years warranty
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#1
They're asking me for £6.55 delivery :? (£101.64 total)

Oh hang on, I see you have to join a forum
#2
i have 250gb version of this which i bought quite a while back and have not had one problem at all.
Plug and play so anybody with half a wit can use they are fast silent and good looking too excellent buy would definately recomend.
#3
I agree with cullet16, I also have the 250gb version of this, and it is awesome, very quiet in operation and whilst it is being used, the vertical orange bar pulses on and off, it looks fab!, very slim with a heavy base. I can't comment about the price of this one advertised, I paid about £50 for my 250gb, but I would be recommend this product to people.
banned#4
I had a 500gb one fail on me and I am awaiting a replacement.
#5
you're better off using the avforums postage offer rather than hexus. Hexus requires a certain number of posts to qualify. I dont think they'd be too pleased with a sudden surge of spamming posts to get people's post counts up.
#6
^^ it's 20 non-spamming posts btw
#7
any idea if this uses 1 hard drive instead of 2? And if its noisy with fan noise?

I might be replacing my iomega one which has 2 X 500GB hard drives and 2 fans that make more noise than my xbox and xbox 360....
#8
cullet16
i have 250mb version of this which i bought quite a while back and have not had one problem at all.
Plug and play so anybody with half a wit can use they are fast silent and good looking too excellent buy would definately recomend.


Wow that's quite a small hard drive!
#9
1TB hard drives finally coming down in price, hot !
#10
Have the 500GB version of this i got for £50. Great hard drive, quiet and reliable so far. 5 year guarantee is pretty good too for a hard drive.
#11
I have 500GB version as well - no problems to report, looks nice, very quiet.
#12
Wow great find, still debating whether I can afford it even at this price.

Did some research on this and it looks lke this is going cheap because it's the older version, new version can use Firewire 400 and eSATA as well as USB 2.0. Doesn't really bother me but thought I'd post it in case it would be useful to anyone else, the new version does cost an extra £30 though.
#13
La_Fouinard
Wow great find, still debating whether I can afford it even at this price.

Did some research on this and it looks lke this is going cheap because it's the older version, new version can use Firewire 400 and eSATA as well as USB 2.0. Doesn't really bother me but thought I'd post it in case it would be useful to anyone else, the new version does cost an extra £30 though.


This is definately worth bearing in mind as the average throughput of USB is around half that of either FW800 or eSATA, regardless of the model of drive inside. Interesting that you quote FW400 for the new model, I thought everyone was using FW800 in their new models.
#14
tommyturnip
This is definately worth bearing in mind as the average throughput of USB is around half that of either FW800 or eSATA, regardless of the model of drive inside. Interesting that you quote FW400 for the new model, I thought everyone was using FW800 in their new models.


Yeah I was a bit disappointed, can't use eSATA since I'm using an Apple but FW800 would have been sweet.

That said unless you're transferring enormous amounts of data on a regular basis USB is perfectly adequate, it also means I can use it in my hub rather than taking up an extra port on the computer.
#15
For those of use without membership of the Hexus forums the drive is also available at Dabs.com for £103.51 inc delivery.

http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=55DC

Whilst this is more expensive than Scan if you include 4% quidco it gives overall price of £99.61 against Scan's £101.64. Dabs also accept Paypal which might be useful for those like me with some Quidco payments sitting on their Paypal account.
#16
I have the 500GB version and its great.

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