60GB Arianet 2.5" External USB Hard Drive - Seagate inside £21.79 + del (~£7) @ Aria Tech - HotUKDeals
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60GB Arianet 2.5" External USB Hard Drive - Seagate inside £21.79 + del (~£7) @ Aria Tech

£21.79 @ Aria PC
Aria super specials offer - only a few left. Low price for a portable bus powered drive. Description: Whether you are a home user or professional, being able to transport your data around… Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Aria super specials offer - only a few left. Low price for a portable bus powered drive.

Description:

Whether you are a home user or professional, being able to transport your data around easily is essential. So therefore this external hard drive is the ideal tool the job. Small, mobile, USB bus powered, quiet.

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#1
almost £30 for only 60gb?!

am I missing something? - I picked up a 320gb 2.5" drive for only £44.

This seems FREEZING cold. :whistling:
#2
yes but this is v small and v portable i.e pocket size .............
#3
If you need 320GB, £44 sounds like a reasonable deal. If all you need is cheap portable storage and you are unlikely to fill a 60GB drive then <£30 is saving you money. Horses for courses.
#4
Anyone know if these are any good ? They seem almost TOO cheap ???
#5
I was buying something else when I spotted this, so it is very cheap for me. Not much to loose by trying it.
#6
fingermouse
yes but this is v small and v portable i.e pocket size .............

No, it's a 2.5", just like the one toonarmani mentioned.

It's an alright deal I suppose if 60GB is what you commonly need to store. Most people will either need more or not need as much though so they're better off with a 320GB+ or a flash drive respectively. Luke warm.
#7
Anyone know if it's SATA or IDE in these?
#8
toonarmani
.... - I picked up a 320gb 2.5" drive for only £44.
:whistling:


:w00t: ....WHERE FROM?

Must be worth a listing here on HOTDEALS as I can't find one that cheap (unless you're confusing this external USB with the internal SATA one on Amazon that comes in at over £61 when you factor in the casing)
#9
thekanester
Anyone know if it's SATA or IDE in these?


From the linked page:

is the hard driv inside this product an ide or sata drive?
Answer by stevenl on Monday, June 1, 2009
This bay uses a SATA HDD. If you are after this bay without a HDD, then take a look at #34906
#10
zygo
:w00t: ....WHERE FROM?

Must be worth a listing here on HOTDEALS as I can't find one that cheap (unless you're confusing this external USB with the internal SATA one on Amazon that comes in at over £61 when you factor in the casing)


Iomega one in Tesco, has been on here along with a 500gb for about £65. The 500gb had a SATA Seagate drive in which is now inside my EEE PC. I think this is a cold deal as you can get a much bigger drive for not much more or you'd be better of using a flash drive for portability.
#11
CountFilth;5639206
Iomega one in Tesco, has been on here along with a 500gb for about £65. The 500gb had a SATA Seagate drive in which is now inside my EEE PC. I think this is a cold deal as you can get a much bigger drive for not much more or you'd be better of using a flash drive for portability.


The Iomega 320GB you mentioned from Tesco is £69.97, its the 250GB that is £44.97.
#12
andimccann
The Iomega 320GB you mentioned from Tesco is £69.97, its the 250GB that is £44.97.


The 320gb was at the £45 mark too, see the post here (now expired.)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/419970/iomega-320gb-portable-hard-drive-2-/
#13
zygo
:w00t: ....WHERE FROM?

Must be worth a listing here on HOTDEALS as I can't find one that cheap (unless you're confusing this external USB with the internal SATA one on Amazon that comes in at over £61 when you factor in the casing)


As mentioned by others - Tesco deal 320gb was the same same price as 250gb. :thumbsup:
#14
scotty2
If you need 320GB, £44 sounds like a reasonable deal. If all you need is cheap portable storage and you are unlikely to fill a 60GB drive then <£30 is saving you money. Horses for courses.


A deal is not based on price alone.

A 'rola-cola' 60gb drive for ~£30 is over 3.5 times the price on a 'per gb' basis than a branded 320gb for £44.

:whistling:

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