250 GB 2.5" External USB 2.0 Hard drive @ consumables2go / ebay £28.90 inc postage! - HotUKDeals
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Ok so its not a big named brand but its a good deal

Comes in a stylish brushed metal case in either black or silver we can not take requEsts for specific colour). Includes the USB 2.0 Cable -
NOTE: picture is for illustration - it may be black or silver

This drive will work with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Mac and PS3
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#1
If voting cold please state why

Edited By: trackdayking on Feb 28, 2011 20:39
#2
check your local argos by text for a 320Gb hitachi lifestudio £29.99 portable drive item number 9284030 online checking won't work
#3
easy to find one then (_;)
#4
Only 30 day warranty, cold
#5
glad to see them voting cold are letting us know why...............obviously can't read

Edited By: trackdayking on Feb 28, 2011 21:01
1 Like #6
sabz786
Only 30 day warranty, cold


Yeah, that is pretty bad.
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#8
Picked up four malware/trojan viruses looking at items on ebay yesterday, so don't go there any more!
#9
The ASDA deal looks better to me I have to say - Cold
#10
indianajon
Picked up four malware/trojan viruses looking at items on ebay yesterday, so don't go there any more!

Sounds like you need to install some security software.
#11
u checked your asda? nar didnt think so.
#12
sabz786
Only 30 day warranty, cold

I assume this is a new item and not something sold "as is". If that's right, surely a retailer on Ebay is subject to the same rules as any other retailers, ie more than one month warranty.

30 days wouldn't give me peace of mind.

Not voting on price as we don't know what make/model it is.
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trackdayking
u checked your asda? nar didnt think so.


Don't be a cretin because someone doesn't like your deal.

Calm, calm.
#14
indianajon
Picked up four malware/trojan viruses looking at items on ebay yesterday, so don't go there any more!


Stop using Internet Explorer, then
#15
I AM CALM YA ********** LOL just saying people are quick to say this is better that is better i know about the asda deal for £35, but non around here have them in stock then ya got to get out of the chair,walk to the car,drive the car to asda, would rather my post man drop it off for free.
#16
pet2000
indianajon
Picked up four malware/trojan viruses looking at items on ebay yesterday, so don't go there any more!
Sounds like you need to install some security software.

Have got security software (Bullguard), these were brand new mutations of Kazy which were removed when my signatures updated. My friend uses Avast and was also infected after looking at some items sent to him in a marketing email from ebay.
#17
Koocha
indianajon
Picked up four malware/trojan viruses looking at items on ebay yesterday, so don't go there any more!
Stop using Internet Explorer, then

My friend uses Firefox and was also infected (see above)!

Edited By: indianajon on Feb 28, 2011 22:51: clarity
#18
indianajon
Koocha
indianajon
Picked up four malware/trojan viruses looking at items on ebay yesterday, so don't go there any more!
Stop using Internet Explorer, then


My friend uses Firefox and was also infected (see above)!

indianajon , was one called System Tool , got that on sunday when on ebay
#19
stu3k
indianajon
Koocha
indianajon
Picked up four malware/trojan viruses looking at items on ebay yesterday, so don't go there any more!
Stop using Internet Explorer, then
My friend uses Firefox and was also infected (see above)!
indianajon , was one called System Tool , got that on sunday when on ebay

No, these were GEN:VARIANT.KAZY.3281 & JS:TROJAN.PDF.2
Make sure you clear your history & delete all cookies as these things can change your bookmarks to take you to fake sites. If you have any banking or other financial sites bookmarked, delete them all and re-enter the web addresses in your browser before re-bookmarking them. I'd also recommend downloading Trusteer Rapport to protect any financial bookmarks and warn you if you're taken to or try to enter passwords into fake sites
http://www.trusteer.com
#20
I got that system tool one when I was on ebay the other day luckily easy to get off (email by the way if you dont no how to remove it ill let you know)

Ben

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