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Buffalo DriveStation 750Gb USB 2.0 Hard Drive £114.99

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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Store, back up, and easily transport various files without taking up room on your computer's main hard drive.

Based on the latest SATA hard drive technology.

Turbo USB software offers transfer rates up to 37% faster than standard USB.

Auto installation.

Plug and play secure and reliable USB backup and storage solution.

Includes Buffalo Secure LockWare, auto back-up software and USB cable.

Preformatted for immediate use.

Compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS X.

USB 1.1 and 2.0 compatibility.

Size (H)4.6, (W)16.3, (D)20cm.

Weight 1.27kg.
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#1
A 20 second google found it HERE for £100.94 inc delivery so i'm guessing could be found even cheaper elsewhere with a bit more digging. Sorry voted cold.
#2
amazon have a freecom 1TB drive for £99.99 with free shipping, or you could get a 1TB samsung F1 plus esata caddy and esata cable for £113 with free shipping from scan if you want the fastest possible connection and external drive (esata beats the pants off USB2) plus you get a nice looking icybox case
#3
Cold from me as well - you can buy an external Seagate 1TB drive for £100.

This Super Mega Turbo USB enhancement thing is nonsence, too. If it can surpass the speeds of normal USB, it does it by installing a driver that compresses data before sending it to the drive, and that, if it has any sense, will decompress it for when it hits the drive to make it accessible to all systems. Or it just zips all files and writes compressed files to the drive. In either case, it's completely ineffective on any high-density file format (that's to say, anything already compressed, like a rar, a movie file, music, practically anything other than a word document), it'll serve only to slow the system down during read and write operations, and the whole thing can be duplicated using NTFS compression anyway.

Which is all a geek way of saying, "It's rubbish, don't bother".

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