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This external hard drive from Seagate enables you to take your desktop environment with you wherever you go, no matter what computer youre using.

The FreeAgent Go Portable Hard Drive will save your internet favourites, passwords, IM contacts, cookies, settings and files, so that you can access them on any computer. Youll also benefit from increased security by saving all your personal information to this hard drive rather than directly to a computer.

Sensitive files can be encrypted for added security and protection, and you can be sure that the Seagate FreeAgent Go will leave no trace of your last session on a shared computer.

With 250GB of storage this portable hard drive provides everything you need to take your personalised computing experience with you wherever you go.



Features Form factor 2,5" Total capacity 250 Connections USB 2.0 Connection type SATA Cache 8 MB RPM 5400rpm
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#1
Why do people take heat away when this is the cheapest price for this online...If i'm proven wrong then fine but hey it's all about finding a deal is it not!!!
#2
Put supplier's name and delivered price in header.
#3
I can't see cdiscount from work.

Can someone tell me if its the black or silver one?

Tar Lar
#4
EyeDoubleYou
I can't see cdiscount from work.

Can someone tell me if its the black or silver one?

Tar Lar


Showing the black model in the picture.
[mod]#5
Thanks Johnnymcd :) I've added an image to your post, for help on how to do this check out the links in my signature. Thanks
#6
Had one of these the 160GB version about a year ago, the small USB socket broke inside the case after 1 month of use, had to buy another 2.5" case and transfer drive. Also just purchased the Formac 320GB from ebuyer for £49.95, OK not a big brand name but it may last longer than a month.
#7
Xelon
Had one of these the 160GB version about a year ago, the small USB socket broke inside the case after 1 month of use, had to buy another 2.5" case and transfer drive. Also just purchased the Formac 320GB from ebuyer for £49.95, OK not a big brand name but it may last longer than a month.


Quote from another link on HotUKDeals "I won't vote either way on this one - the price is decent I think, but having bought 2 of these portable Formacs for work (250gb versions) within a couple of weeks of use, their mini USB connectors both broke off rendering them both only useable with firewire.

Firewire working fine...so far, had them about 6 months.

Buyer beware, in future I would opt for something more robust in design (like the portable western digitals), the plastic cases of these models feels very brittle."


Also doesn't mention drive speed or size...So imho I would rather purchase this device.
#8
COLD - go for a verbatim 320gb drive instead from Amazon for £54.99 delivered

:thumbsup:
#9
toonarmani
COLD - go for a verbatim 320gb drive instead from Amazon for £54.99 delivered

:thumbsup:


Is verbatim model 2.5"....this is great, I have been trying to get the best priced ext HDD for ages...post one on here and people come back with more.
#10
toonarmani
COLD - go for a verbatim 320gb drive instead from Amazon for £54.99 delivered

:thumbsup:


Oh great, 1 to 2 month delivery.:roll:
#11
Inactive
Oh great, 1 to 2 month delivery.:roll:


available now

:whistling:
#12
Johnnymcd
Quote from another link on HotUKDeals "I won't vote either way on this one - the price is decent I think, but having bought 2 of these portable Formacs for work (250gb versions) within a couple of weeks of use, their mini USB connectors both broke off rendering them both only useable with firewire.

Firewire working fine...so far, had them about 6 months.

Buyer beware, in future I would opt for something more robust in design (like the portable western digitals), the plastic cases of these models feels very brittle."


Also doesn't mention drive speed or size...So imho I would rather purchase this device.


Like I said already purchased this model and it BROKE! with lite useage, so happy with my FORMAC, BTW the WD Passports @ 320GB where goin for £52.00 a month ago @ pcworld, all drives have shot up since then, so in comaparison this is a not a ht deal.
#13
Xelon
Like I said already purchased this model and it BROKE! with lite useage, so happy with my FORMAC, BTW the WD Passports @ 320GB where goin for £52.00 a month ago @ pcworld, all drives have shot up since then, so in comaparison this is a not a ht deal.


re: the WD HDD...if it has went up in price and was 1 month ago and this is cheaper then is this not a better deal...hmmm:thumbsup:

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