750GB Verbatim External Hard Disk Drive £46.99 Ebay DOTD - HotUKDeals
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Verbatim's External Hard Drive provides high capacity storage back up for all computer file types offering high performance and reliability to both the professional and home user. Store thousands of digital photos, videos, music, and all other electronic files.

Powered by a SATA hi-speed hard drive, the external hard drive races through the most demanding audio/video applications. Its stylish 'black steel' space saving design sits neatly on the modern desk top.

The Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface makes the transfer of data quick and easy. For added security the drive comes pre-loaded with Nero BACKITUP 2 Essentials software. Features include full synchronisation and backup from your PC/laptop internal hard drive.

Works with all recent operating systems
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#1
ebay deals not allowed here.
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DOTD are allowed

voted hot
#3
apologise, sorree
#4
mumbojumbo
If you're feeling lucky (on back order) there's a 1TB Dane-Elec drive from Expansys for £37.38 with Paypal voucher code PP0410:

http://www.expansys.com/d.aspx?i=183663


Ooo good spot there!
#5
mumbojumbo
If you're feeling lucky (on back order) there's a 1TB Dane-Elec drive from Expansys for £37.38 with Paypal voucher code PP0410:

http://www.expansys.com/d.aspx?i=183663


That link is dead for me. Where is this listed? I need a cheap storage drive.
Can't seem to find anything remotely similar on the Expansys site.
Cheers
#6
this isnt USB powered
#7
clnmckec
this isnt USB powered


Nope, that's because it's a desktop drive rather than a portable one.
#8
Rather pay a little more and get a 1tb. Still a good deal I guess.
#9
At only 46.99 for 750gb, it would be rude not to, even if it does turn out to be bulky and noisey.
#10
After a 1TB drive really. Umming and ahhing between plumping for this WD 1TB disk - £55 after the voucher or holding out for something with e-sata.
#11
stanglish
After a 1TB drive really. Umming and ahhing between plumping for this WD 1TB disk - £55 after the voucher or holding out for something with e-sata.


What voucher is this that you speak of? I'd much rather get the Western Digital 1tb drive.
#12
chapmania;8472345
What voucher is this that you speak of? I'd much rather get the Western Digital 1tb drive.


Voucher code: 10HD
Only works for FREE home delivery
Drive comes to £53.82 inc delivery. Also poss quidco.
#13
Lots of ebay deals today. Is it a full moon tonight?
#14
I dont think this is a good deal for the price.
#15
Cold, its a waste of money compared to all the £50/£55 1TB external drives on offfer at the moment.
#16
full moon is tomorrow, or if your being pinickity, 12:01 tonight
#17
Aldi have a 500gb hard drive with USB cable for 54.99 with 3 year guarantee. Very small and cool looking. This is in their Sunday deal leaflet so probably ltd stick. Works extremely well.
#18
Ltd stock even !
#19
Brand at Aldi is Medion.
#20
uglybob
full moon is tomorrow, or if your being pinickity, 12:01 tonight


that explains it
:thumbsup:
#21
clnmckec
this isnt USB powered


over 500GB all external hard drives powered by mains instead of USB.
#22
alex_uk
over 500GB all external hard drives powered by mains instead of USB.


Thats a bit of a lie :p I know for a fact that there are 750Gb portable drives out there!
#23
SeanUSX;8475189
Thats a bit of a lie :p I know for a fact that there are 750Gb portable drives out there!


What he means is that there are very few mainstream drives in the 2.5" form factor, especially mounted in external cases because at these capacities the cost per GB becomes prohibitive.

What were you expecting? A 750GB 2.5" drive for almost of third of its normal cost?

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