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Store, back-up, or easily transport all file types including huge multimedia files too large to fit on a USB key, with the Buffalo JustStore Desktop. An innovative, fan-less design and power-saving mode make this Buffalo JustStore Desktop a dependable, economical and silent USB attached storage solution. With auto installation, easy operation and auto power on/off, you can quickly store, access, and transfer files, digital images, documents, and backups. Just plug it in to a PC or Mac and it works!2TB HDD Holds:
Up to 571,000 digital photos
Up to 500,000 songs (MP3)
Up to 50,000 songs (uncompressed CD quality)
Up to 150 hours of Digital Video (DV)
Up to 880 hours of DVD quality video
Up to 240 hours of HD video
Features:
USB 2.0 interface
Pre-formatted drive for immediate use
Easy set-up, no drivers required
Silent fanless operation
Connects to USB on any PC or Mac
Specifications
Data Transmission Speed: Max 480Mbps (USB 2.0 Mode)
Connector Type: USB Type B
OS Support: Win 2000/XP/Vista/7//Server 2003, Mac OS 10.2.7 or later
Power Consumption: Average 12W
Power Supply: External AC100-240V 50/60Hz

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Very pleased
Clegganator | 04/05/2011 | See all Clegganator's reviews (3) »

Very pleased with this item! i have the exact same 1tb hard drive aswell pleased with both! 4 the price u cant get any cheaper 4 what it is! would recomed both the 1tb and the 2tb both good items!

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1 Like #1
I have got one of these and am pretty happy with it. Have it connected to a TV USB port to play back archived video. I originally thought it may have a problem as I would occasionally hear it "click" and appear to disconnect from the TV.However I suspect this is a compatibility issue with the TV USB port, as the HDD behaves fine when connected to a PC for days at a time. I now have it connected to the TV via a passive usb hub and so far so good.

The Drive stands vertically and is quite unobtrusive in a home cinema set up, it is also as good as silent.
#2
blacklion1725
I have got one of these and am pretty happy with it. Have it connected to a TV USB port to play back archived video. I originally thought it may have a problem as I would occasionally hear it "click" and appear to disconnect from the TV.However I suspect this is a compatibility issue with the TV USB port, as the HDD behaves fine when connected to a PC for days at a time. I now have it connected to the TV via a passive usb hub and so far so good.The Drive stands vertically and is quite unobtrusive in a home cinema set up, it is also as good as silent.

what is the best hassle free device to transfer vhs to a hard drive?
#3
It's 1p cheaper on BT store and dabs. Makes me think it isn't such a bargain?
#4
Very good price. Bagged a wd 1.5tb for 44.80 few days ago, otherwise would have bought this one....

Edited By: sconto on May 20, 2011 17:09
#5
This should get pretty hot.

The only downside to you posting this deal is all the newbies will refer to it when comparing to a USB drive that doesn't require external power. :)
banned#6
2TB is yummy, it is amazing how the price keeps going down!
#7
Infinite Element
This should get pretty hot.

The only downside to you posting this deal is all the newbies will refer to it when comparing to a USB drive that doesn't require external power. :)

Or that they've been cheated out of 400GB of space as it "only" has 1.6TB when formatted. :D
#8
Infinite Element
This should get pretty hot.

The only downside to you posting this deal is all the newbies will refer to it when comparing to a USB drive that doesn't require external power. :)


And of course you have ALWAYS known this haven't you, suppose your one of those people who hate all the "numpty" learner drivers too??? TF you're not a teacher is all I can say :)
#9
mr.velvet
Infinite Element
This should get pretty hot.

The only downside to you posting this deal is all the newbies will refer to it when comparing to a USB drive that doesn't require external power. :)

Or that they've been cheated out of 400GB of space as it "only" has 1.6TB when formatted. :D


See above, if no-one tells you, how TF are you supposed to learn. Im IT savvy and can see why people dont get how their 2Tb dont show 2Tb, afterall a division of 1024 would be weird to anyone who does not understand IT.. shhesh, some people!!!

Edited By: frakison on May 20, 2011 19:03
#10
Waiting for them to hit £50
#11
minorbob
Waiting for them to hit £50


Shouldn't be too long.... just hate to think back to how much my first MASSIVE180Gb Drive cost!!! :D

Edited By: frakison on May 20, 2011 19:12
#12
anybody know what is the actual real storage on this and do all the 2tb HDs have the same amount or differ?
#13
Pro
frakison
minorbob
Waiting for them to hit £50


Shouldn't be too long.... just hate to think back to how much my first MASSIVE180Gb Drive cost!!! :D


Probably less than my 20Mb hard drive (£299) and 4mb RAM (£176) or maybe my 16mb memory stick for my Sony digital camera (£79 reduced from £99)!!!!! oO

Amazing to think how prices have dropped over the years.
#14
frakison
Infinite Element
This should get pretty hot.

The only downside to you posting this deal is all the newbies will refer to it when comparing to a USB drive that doesn't require external power. :)


And of course you have ALWAYS known this haven't you, suppose your one of those people who hate all the "numpty" learner drivers too??? TF you're not a teacher is all I can say :)


frakison
mr.velvet
Infinite Element
This should get pretty hot.

The only downside to you posting this deal is all the newbies will refer to it when comparing to a USB drive that doesn't require external power. :)

Or that they've been cheated out of 400GB of space as it "only" has 1.6TB when formatted. :D


See above, if no-one tells you, how TF are you supposed to learn. Im IT savvy and can see why people dont get how their 2Tb dont show 2Tb, afterall a division of 1024 would be weird to anyone who does not understand IT.. shhesh, some people!!!


but ofc on the flipside it in those cases it would be better to stay silent and research rather than rant about them.

afaik 1.81TB is standard windows reported space on 2TB.
#15
minorbob
Waiting for them to hit £50


They won't get to £50. They seem to be discontinued and are disappearing fast everywhere.

Dabs and BTshop say 'while stocks last' but are OOS, amazon hasn't had them for ages except resellers, ebuyer is oos of the 1.5tb and is running down these ones, misco is OOS and listed as discontinued etc. etc.
#16
brilly
frakison
Infinite Element
This should get pretty hot.

The only downside to you posting this deal is all the newbies will refer to it when comparing to a USB drive that doesn't require external power. :)


And of course you have ALWAYS known this haven't you, suppose your one of those people who hate all the "numpty" learner drivers too??? TF you're not a teacher is all I can say :)


frakison
mr.velvet
Infinite Element
This should get pretty hot.

The only downside to you posting this deal is all the newbies will refer to it when comparing to a USB drive that doesn't require external power. :)

Or that they've been cheated out of 400GB of space as it "only" has 1.6TB when formatted. :D


See above, if no-one tells you, how TF are you supposed to learn. Im IT savvy and can see why people dont get how their 2Tb dont show 2Tb, afterall a division of 1024 would be weird to anyone who does not understand IT.. shhesh, some people!!!


but ofc on the flipside it in those cases it would be better to stay silent and research rather than rant about them.

afaik 1.81TB is standard windows reported space on 2TB.


Would totally agree with you IF the OP had said "rant", but he said "refer" which is totally different. I would rathe someone tried to help and was simply "put right" than flamed beyond belief for just getting a (pretty minor) detail wrong. Just my opinion, not asking anyone to agree :)

Edited By: frakison on May 20, 2011 21:17
#17
16KB Memory card for Nascom 80 £178, and that was a kit!!!
#18
4mb ram for my amiga a1200 030 upgrade board was £150 iirc.....

kids these days dont know there born ;)
#19
frakison, calm down. It was light banter til you came along. Anyone would think we'd murdered someone. Or compared an external to a portable. :)
#20
for those in the know would this be a better deal? http://www.b4udirect.com/External%20hard%20drive/Western%20Digital/b4u35123761 eventhough £2.88 dearer delivered or is there no difference?
#21
Infinite Element
frakison, calm down. It was light banter til you came along. Anyone would think we'd murdered someone. Or compared an external to a portable. :)


Yeah, light banter, course it was..... I've seen your posts on related threads mate :|
#22
Don't know what brand hard drive is in this one, but I bought this same model a month ago and it had the clickety-click of death from first use.

Once bitten and all that - wouldn't touch Buffalo again .
#23
frakison
Infinite Element
frakison, calm down. It was light banter til you came along. Anyone would think we'd murdered someone. Or compared an external to a portable. :)


Yeah, light banter, course it was..... I've seen your posts on related threads mate :|

Sarcasm and vagueness. Good argument!
#24
Infinite Element
frakison
Infinite Element
frakison, calm down. It was light banter til you came along. Anyone would think we'd murdered someone. Or compared an external to a portable. :)


Yeah, light banter, course it was..... I've seen your posts on related threads mate :|

Sarcasm and vagueness. Good argument!


Vagueness... whats vague about saying that I've seen your previous posts of a similar nature. TBH Im not wasting my time proving what I know to be correct, move along Mr Perfect, there are "thicko muppet" scientists out there who can't even work out how to cure cancer, Im sure you will be able to "help" them in your usual condecending manner ;)

Edited By: frakison on May 21, 2011 09:34
#25
frakison
Infinite Element
frakison
Infinite Element
frakison, calm down. It was light banter til you came along. Anyone would think we'd murdered someone. Or compared an external to a portable. :)


Yeah, light banter, course it was..... I've seen your posts on related threads mate :|

Sarcasm and vagueness. Good argument!


Vagueness... whats vague about saying that I've seen your previous posts of a similar nature.

It's vague because you're not quoting anything I've said before. Facts tend to help arguments.

Here's an example:
their site is crap since they "improved" it after christmas

My bet is that that their crappy site is having another wobbly

they really need to sort their site!!

Glad people are still getting them despite Comet's awful website


In just one thread, you keep insulting a human error. Same thing as what I'm doing. Now who's on their high horse?

Edited By: Infinite Element on May 21, 2011 09:58: .
#26
LOL you REALLY need to get a life m8, you've trawled through my past posts WTF?!?!?, what a sad life you lead, you have my condolences :D

Where exactly in the above do I insult A PERSON for not knowing a trivial little fact?!?! If you are going to try and be clever, it helps if you have the raw materials to start with. Have a nice afternoon looking through my other posts, I on the other hand, am going OUT with PEOPLE, REAL PEOPLE, you should try it :D



Edited By: frakison on May 21, 2011 11:59: .
#27
frakison
LOL you REALLY need to get a life m8, you've trawled through my past posts WTF?!?!?, what a sad life you lead, you have my condolences :D

Where exactly in the above do I insult A PERSON for not knowing a trivial little fact?!?! If you are going to try and be clever, it helps if you have the raw materials to start with. Have a nice afternoon looking through my other posts, I on the other hand, am going OUT with PEOPLE, REAL PEOPLE, you should try it :D



Says the person who starts a riot after reading light banter.
#28
Infinite Element
frakison
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Please you are on the internet. Having qualitative arguments such as who is better than who is futile.
As for the deal: hot :) remember getting a 500gb for just shy of this price and i was happy back then :3
#29
Showing at £64.99 now.
#30
mr.velvet
Showing at £64.99 now.

I can also confirm this...
#31
well you can use DOS then you can get the full 2TB! I'm sure you'll get at least 1.8 TB's from this drive if you use windows. I had the 1Tb version of this drive, not sure if it pritty much the same but overall I wasn#t too impressed. It's a fairly slow drive, especially when you have fragmented files, and failed on me without warning. I would say spend a few pounds more and get something quicker. It's always hard to know which drives are going to be more reliable than others, just post luck really (most of the time)
Remember to always use windows to exit the drive first before you unpower it or take out the usb cable. Your drive will definately last longer this way.
#32
in fact it's showing £98.45
#33
The difference in retail and formatted capacity is due to the way the device is sold. Manufacturers like to quote size based on 1000-byte kilobytes (and 1000-megabyte gigabytes, 1000-GB terabytes), whereas formatted capacity is based on 1024-byte kilobytes (1024MB=1GB, 1024GB=1TB).

Therefore this drive retails as 2TB=2000GB=2000000MB...=2x10^12 bytes. Dividing by 1024, formatted this is 2x10^12/1024/1024/1024/1024 = 1.81TB

It's always about 10% difference, no matter which OS you use.

(I typed the wrong size in my previous post)

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