Buffalo 500GB JustStore Portable Hard Drive Delivered For £40.49 (14.89% Quidco as well so £6 off that £34.49) @ BestBuy - HotUKDeals
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To get for this for £34.49 delivered add the item to the basket, apply code 10COM for 10% off Hard Drives.

If you go via Quidco they are offering 14.89% cashback, about £6.

If the Quidco tracks OK the drive will cost £34.49

Back up your files, free up some of the space on your computer and easily transport your files, with the Buffalo Juststore 500GB Portable USB Hard Drive.
This compact and lightweight storage device is capable of holding 500GB worth of videos, music, photos, files and documents, taking a large amount of data off your computer’s hard drive and helping it perform more efficiently. The Buffalo Juststore 500GB Portable USB HD works with Apple Macs and PCs via USB; there’s no need to install any additional software. It’s compatible with high-speed USB 2.0 ports too, which helps it to achieve up to 20% faster transfer rates.
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#1
Appears good backup solution and cheap too.
#2
Extremely Hot!
#3
heated
#4
This any good to use with the Wii?

Edited By: abacus on Dec 09, 2010 20:14
#5
Great price, ordered thanks!
#6
Anyone know whats inside this? Would like to use it in my laptop if it's anything decent.
#7
The price is showing up at £44.99 for me
#8
Just ordered, thanks.
#9
showstopper
The price is showing up at £44.99 for me

You need to put in the 10% off code in-10COM
#10
Jakg
Anyone know whats inside this? Would like to use it in my laptop if it's anything decent.


And anyone know if it's OK for use in a PS3?
#11
scan have these for £42 (just short of, obviously only goot to people who live near, or get free delivery.

good price with quidco ;)
#12
Make sure they have them in stock. I've had to cancel an order with them for an ipod nano. They said they had 24 in stock but couldn't physically lay their hands on them!!!!!
#13
Hot - ordered for myself for an xmas present from somebody else!!
#14
Reviews of this drive on Amazon are very good. Thanks OP, I've gone for it.
#15
'Thank you for your order' 8)
#16
also managed to order... hopefully quidco will track
#17
Excellent, nearly bought a drive earlier in the day but decided there must be a better deal on its way.

Thank you.
#18
I wish amazon would price match this
#19
Scorching hot.... Should be able to get double your money on these :)

maxmix
#20
thanks m8 just ordered one
#21
thanks and heat added!!!
#22
Ordered this Tuesday - sort of as a 'test'. Went through no problem - Quidco tracked in less than half an hour. Great price so happy with the result.

Been trying to order a couple of other (more expensive) items before and after this order and just errors every time. Must have had over 20 attempts by now. Their website is just b*****ks - totally fed up with it.
#23
Brilliant deal - just bought one. Thanks to the OP.
#24
Super price - temp added!
#25
i have a usb port in my car, will this work through my sound system if i loaded it up with music files?
#26
Brilliant deal... Just wish i needed one.
#27
Just ordered, nice one OP. Let's hope it's a reliable HD
#28
As I know very little about this subject, I wonder if anyone would please comment on the cheaper HD.
http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000072424/seagate-500gb-freeagent-desk-hard-drive.aspx
My laptop (70GB) is full and I need a cheap Ext HD.
#29
yes i can confirm these work with wii ;)
abacus
This any good to use with the Wii?
#30
Norman-B
As I know very little about this subject, I wonder if anyone would please comment on the cheaper HD. http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000072424/seagate-500gb-freeagent-desk-hard-drive.aspxMy laptop (70GB) is full and I need a cheap Ext HD.
that one is physically larger and comes with a power supply so you need to use it with laptop in a fixed position. this drive takes power form the usb port so can be used anywhere.
#31
brilly
Norman-B
As I know very little about this subject, I wonder if anyone would please comment on the cheaper HD. http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000072424/seagate-500gb-freeagent-desk-hard-drive.aspxMy laptop (70GB) is full and I need a cheap Ext HD.

that one is physically larger and comes with a power supply so you need to use it with laptop in a fixed position. this drive takes power form the usb port so can be used anywhere.



brilly, many thanks for your help. So, the OP's HD would be better for me even though it is more expensive?
#32
Norman-B

brilly, many thanks for your help. So, the OP's HD would be better for me even though it is more expensive?


It depends on your usage, but it should be better for you.
#33
thesaint
Norman-B

brilly, many thanks for your help. So, the OP's HD would be better for me even though it is more expensive?


It depends on your usage, but it should be better for you.


Thank you. One of the reasons I looked at the Seagate drive, is that it stated that backups were automatic. As I'm useless at this sort of thing, that appealed to me. But I will go for the OP's drive. Thanks.
#34
Thanks, great price - ordered.
#35
Voted hot.

I am waiting for 1TB portable hard drives to drop to £70-ish though
#36
Norman-B
thesaint
Norman-B

brilly, many thanks for your help. So, the OP's HD would be better for me even though it is more expensive?


It depends on your usage, but it should be better for you.


Thank you. One of the reasons I looked at the Seagate drive, is that it stated that backups were automatic. As I'm useless at this sort of thing, that appealed to me. But I will go for the OP's drive. Thanks.


Don't know if it's relevant to you or not but note that this drive is available mail order but the one you were looking at is store only as are most of the others.
#37
b1g1an
Norman-B
thesaint
Norman-B

brilly, many thanks for your help. So, the OP's HD would be better for me even though it is more expensive?


It depends on your usage, but it should be better for you.


Thank you. One of the reasons I looked at the Seagate drive, is that it stated that backups were automatic. As I'm useless at this sort of thing, that appealed to me. But I will go for the OP's drive. Thanks.


Don't know if it's relevant to you or not but note that this drive is available mail order but the one you were looking at is store only as are most of the others.



I had not noticed that, thanks.
#38
Gone for one. Thanks OP!
#39
again, has any tried using these on a usb hub in the car to play tunes?
#40
mine has tracked fine, yeah.

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