2 x 1TB Seagate ST1000DL002 Barracuda Green (5900.3, SATA 3Gb/s, 5900rpm, 32MB Cache, 8ms, Low Power) - £69.59 @ Scan *Today Only* - HotUKDeals
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Barracuda® Green drives from Seagate save you time. Available now with SATA 3GB/s interface and 32MB cache and combined with the industries only 5900-RPM spin speed, you can be sure you're getting the best performance in the green-power drive category.

Best-Fit Applications
Direct Attached Storage devices–USB/FireWire/eSATA
Network Attached Storage devices and Windows storage servers
Eco friendly PCs
High-capacity desktop storage

Seagate SmartAlign™ technology simplifies your transition to the Advanced Format (AF), 4K standard. There is no need for time-consuming integration utilities required by similar AF drives.
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#1
Doesnt seem to save much...

1TB Seagate ST1000DL002 HDD is £35.99 from scan so you only save £1.20 each...
#2
I would expect 2x1.5TB at this price.
#3
Missed a good deal at the weekend where you could buy 2x2TB Samsung drives and saved about £17 over buying two on their own.

Only noticed it on Monday at work, so was on deal since Friday. Gutted you cant save deal items in your basket. Waiting for that deal to come back now.
#4
formsm2000comp
Missed a good deal at the weekend where you could buy 2x2TB Samsung drives and saved about £17 over buying two on their own.

Only noticed it on Monday at work, so was on deal since Friday. Gutted you cant save deal items in your basket. Waiting for that deal to come back now.

i bet that deal will come back sooner or later.
#5
hashimotoyukari

i bet that deal will come back sooner or later.


I hope so, need them for my HP Proliant. One for backing up house pc's and one for recorded tv.

I forget how much space 2TB is though.. its a lot of recorded tv!

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