250GB Freecom Mobile USB 2.0 Worlds Smallest (?) 2.5 Portable Hard Drive - HDD £26.39 @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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* The world's smallest 2.5" external hard drive
* Compact size, fits easily into your pocket
* 27% smaller in volume than the closest competitor
* Designed with unique form-fi tting injection moulded rubber for optimal grip
* Including compact sized USB Cable, no "cable mess" anymore inside your bag!
* Buspowered, no need to carry a bulky AC adapter
* Excellent value for money
* No cooling fan, ensures quiet operation
* The perfect storage extension for your notebook or desktop computer
* Perfectly suited for making easy ��drag & drop" backups of your important files
* High quality and sleek design, only 109.8 x 79.5 x 13.5 mm
* Weighs not much more than a mobile phone
* One year manufacturer's warranty and unlimited free helpdesk support

Manufacturer's Description
The Mobile Drive XXS hard drive is enclosed in a unique rubberized skin, making it the smallest and lightest 2.5" external drive in the world. Enjoy the ultimate compact storage solution.Whether you are a professional or a home user, these days being able to carry your valuable data with you is essential. The Mobile Drive XXS is your perfect companion: ultra compact and extremely easy to use - this USB 2.0 powered portable hard drive makes transporting and sharing data easier than ever. Simply plug the Mobile Drive XXS, into any computer's USB port and take your spreadsheets, documents, movies, photos or music anywhere you go.The Freecom Mobile Drive XXS is the development in Freecom's ongoing pursuit of making storage more accessible, useable and convenient. The 'enclosure' is made out of rubber which will give you grip when holding the drive in your hand. Gone are the days where multiple connection cables create a mess when stuffed inside your notebook bag. The Mobile Drive XXS is USB bus powered, no additional, long cables or power adapters are needed to use the drive.The Mobile Drive XXS, the world's smallest 2.5" hard drive, is a no-nonsense mobile hard drive, which has all you need for easy and reliable expansion of your storage needs.
Product Description
Whether you are professional or home user: In today's time your valuable data must be mobile. Freecom offers for this the Mobile Drive XXS. Ultra-compact and extremely user-friendly – this mobile USB 2.0 hard disk makes the transport and exchange of data simpler than ever before. Freecoms latest memory innovation in an absolutely handy mini-format is enveloped in a fitting sleeve made of high-quality rubber and lies extremely well in the hand. Thanks to the small size this storage solution can easily be stowed in trouser pockets and is ideally suitable for travelling. The connection to Notebook or PC is made via the compact USB-cable, which can be stowed away to save space without the cable mess.
Simply connect the Mobile Drive XXS via the practical USB-cable to the USB-port of your computer and you can start using your spreadsheets, documents, films, photos or music everywhere. The Mobile Drive XXS ist 100% bus-powered and needs neither a power unit nor additional cable for power supply.
This worldwide smallest 2.5-inch hard disk offers everything that you need for a simple and reliable storage of your data. The mapped ball pen serves only for displaying the proportions.


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Please read the description.........

You must have been a registered member of AVForums.com for at least 14 days to get the free delivery.
#3
I got some of these drives (Freecom) with the Intel Logo on when Ebuyer had the 500gb units on sale for £34.

They are 2.5" drives and fine but they are not much smaller than most 2.5" drives in slim cases.
The "case" on these is a thin skin made of Silicone.

If you want small the Toshiba 1.8" get my vote for pocketable drives

Also the usb cable for these is about the lenght of the drive. I tend to use longer mini USB cables where possible otherwise the drive can hang in mid air off the usb port on the front of a PC!
#4
Hmm tempted but I would prefer them even smaller tbh. Its not significantly smaller than other ext drives out there. Technically smaller maybe but not to the point where it makes much difference. A pen drive with this storage is what we really really want....at this price :)

I do qualify for free p&p. You have to join a forum and make a certain amount of posts. You cant just post 1,2,3....etc either.

Edited By: chaplin on May 24, 2011 16:29
#5
That's true, it can't be much smaller than all the other portable 2.5" hard drives.
#6
HOT, but I may wait for the 1" 2TB drive to come out for £30! :p
#7
AVForums, Hexus Forums, naaa naaa naaa. If you aren't a member and can't be ar... Bothered signing up then hard lines. I don't vote a Makro deal cold on the basis that I can't get to one and signing up to a forum even if only to ask questions about something is far less effort.

Shut your whining!
#8
not worlds smallest and it has a stupid rubber tag on the side sticking out.
good price though
#9
Well this looks to have disappeared off their daily deals list and tbh wasn't that great a deal anyway as you can get a 250GB Hitachi 2.5" from Tesco for £29.99, Comet had the 320GB Samsung S2 2.5" for £29.99 and also PC World have the Select Iomega 2.5" 320GB for £34.99.

So unless you've pre-qualified for free delivery this is drifting to Iceland (the colder non-volcanic part of the island).
#10
could someone please tell me what AVForums is and how to join? thanks
#11
stevefreebie
could someone please tell me what AVForums is and how to join? thanks

yeah, mr google
#12
stevefreebie
could someone please tell me what AVForums is and how to join? thanks


1. Goto to AVFORUMS.com register.
2. Wait 14 days....
3. You need to register with SCAN.CO.UK
4. log in on the SCAN site.
5. Login on the AVforums site
6. Got to my account profiles (something like this from memory) on the AVForums
7. There is a link in blue at the bottom saying "add free delivery for SCAN..." click it
8. You should get a message that this has been added to the scan site on the AVF page
9. Now when you purchase a qualifying product (there is a min spend) P&P will be free for qualified delivery types.

Did this yesterday but did not order. It all worked so I'm ready for next time!!
Not a clear and simple process but I got it to work!!
I think it the past you needed post 20 comment etc now the entry requirements seem to be the 14 day membership. The T&C say they can vary this at any time.






Edited By: frownbreaker on May 25, 2011 10:18
#13
brilly
stevefreebie
could someone please tell me what AVForums is and how to join? thanks
yeah, mr google
You're not as smart or as funny as you think you are. Trying googling '****'
#14
frownbreaker
stevefreebie
could someone please tell me what AVForums is and how to join? thanks

1. Goto to AVFORUMS.com register.
2. Wait 14 days....
3. You need to register with SCAN.CO.UK
4. log in on the SCAN site.
5. Login on the AVforums site
6. Got to my account profiles (something like this from memory) on the AVForums
7. There is a link in blue at the bottom saying "add free delivery for SCAN..." click it
8. You should get a message that this has been added to the scan site on the AVF page
9. Now when you purchase a qualifying product (there is a min spend) P&P will be free for qualified delivery types.

Did this yesterday but did not order. It all worked so I'm ready for next time!!
Not a clear and simple process but I got it to work!!
I think it the past you needed post 20 comment etc now the entry requirements seem to be the 14 day membership. The T&C say they can vary this at any time.


Many thanks.


#15
stevefreebie
brilly
stevefreebie
could someone please tell me what AVForums is and how to join? thanks

yeah, mr google

You're not as smart or as funny as you think you are. Trying googling '****'

Your search - **** - did not match any documents.
#16
brilly
stevefreebie
brilly
stevefreebie
could someone please tell me what AVForums is and how to join? thanks
yeah, mr google
You're not as smart or as funny as you think you are. Trying googling '****'
Your search - **** - did not match any documents.
Pathetic.
#17
This has returned for the bank holiday weekend today only page, but has increased in price to £33.59.

I was tempted at the thread title price, but the short cable swayed me. Shame it's jumped up in price.

Edited By: Arstar on May 27, 2011 20:25

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