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CnM Core 80GB 2.5" USB 2.0 External Hard Drive

Storage on the move - Small enough to slip in your pocket!!
The new Core range from CNM Lifestyle is an ultra portable external hard drive. With a sleek design and high performance capabilities this drive is the perfect addition to any office or home.

This Hard Disk Drive is tipped to storm the UK market, and if it's launch is anything to go by; that's exactly what will happen.

If you buy this through topcashback might you get 99 pence off . no harm to try. cheers

some one bought through tcb and confermed 1.37 cash back, so effective cost is 15.62
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#1
80gb woth of VERY portable storage for £17 , got to be hot !!!

Edited By: cbrpaul on Jun 16, 2011 09:29
#2
this seems good!
anyone know if this hard drive is reliable?
#3
shueabali
this seems good!
anyone know if this hard drive is reliable?

Yes it is, i bought last time when it was 16.99.
#4
This was on ebay daily deal a while back and I got one then,no complaints from me,great for back up and not had any problems yet(had it about 5months)
#5
Thanks OP. Been looking for up to 100GB, small and inexpensive so this is perfect.
#6
great price for one of these
#7
Got one of these, works great.

heat added.
#8
Previous threads
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Edited By: iandhind on Jun 16, 2011 10:03
#9
These suck. I bought one and it only lasted a couple weeks!
#10
You might be lucky and get a usb 3.0 when they send it out as mine was when I got mine :D
#11
nice price!
#12
nice price. what about the quality?
#13
Does this have a power supply or is it powered through the USB port?
#14
pixiegirl
nice price. what about the quality?


The only problem is it used twin usb ports, so its ok on a PC but if your using it for a media centre it has to have an extra source of power
#15
LammyTheLamster
Does this have a power supply or is it powered through the USB port?

you dont need a power supply. usb power is enough .
banned 1 Like #16
ordered heat added
#17
Voted hot and ordered thanks op.
#18
Just ordered one!!

Not sure I needed one but hey ho!! Can these be opened up and the drive swapped out??

Got 160GB and 120GB 2.5" drives lying around too!
#19
wonder if it's a compact flash style pins on the hdd? if so maybe I could upgrade my iPod mini from 6GB to 80GB !?
#20
cheers
2 Likes #21
They only have 1684 remaining -as I type X)

Great deal.
#22
got one!! sweet price!

voted HOT

:)
1 Like #23
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#24
what are the read and write speeds?

any ideas how it compares to say a bytestor flash drive for read /write?
#25
fwog
pixiegirl
nice price. what about the quality?


The only problem is it used twin usb ports, so its ok on a PC but if your using it for a media centre it has to have an extra source of power


On the pic looks like a single usb connector... Can anyone who has this confirm please?
#26
Good find!
#27
These drives always have dual USB and I find it's worth using both usually although I've not used a 2.5½ in a case like this before.

Manufacturer's image shows dual:
http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/4287/35403226.jpg
#28
Ordered a few for presents, heat added, thanks.
3 Likes #29
high price for 80gb in standard sized 2.5inch case
get a 250gb for £30 + del at ebuyer (also a core model) ## USB 3.0 ##
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/255467

Edited By: raykoko on Jun 16, 2011 11:13
#30
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51rmtDufJ4L._SL500_SL160_.jpg Looks bigger in this pic????
#31
raykoko
high price for 80gb in standard sized 2.5inch case
get a 250gb for £30 + del at ebuyer (also a core model)
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/255467

you are right you can buy not even 250 but 500 gb for 30 + . its all depend what you want to use for.
this is ultra portable hard drive.
#32
Fujioka
These drives always have dual USB and I find it's worth using both usually although I've not used a 2.5½ in a case like this before.

Manufacturer's image shows dual:
http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/4287/35403226.jpg


Not mine. It has a single USB Mini-B port to the rear of the device and a straight USB Mini-B to single USB-A cable included.

And it's noisy! But works fine.
1 Like #33
godofwar7
raykoko
high price for 80gb in standard sized 2.5inch case
get a 250gb for £30 + del at ebuyer (also a core model)
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/255467


you are right you can buy not even 250 but 500 gb for 30 + . its all depend what you want to use for.
this is ultra portable hard drive.


The 250GB is just as portable though isn't it. So wouldn't it be best to go for that one?
2 Likes #34
raykoko
high price for 80gb in standard sized 2.5inch case
get a 250gb for £30 + del at ebuyer (also a core model) ## USB 3.0 ##
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/255467


I only needed an 80GB drive, so not buying the 250GB drive saved me £18!
#35
Good price, but really bad £/GB value - double your spend, and you can have six and a quarter times the capacity.
1 Like #36
Don't know what you are all so excited about...

After all it's not the size of dongle... it is a portable HDD !! and only with 80GB memory.

I'd much rather have 500gb for £40 ish so you can put films etc on...

OR AM I MISSING THE POINT SOMEHOW ??

If you want portability.. go for something small like this
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Flash-Drive-Memory-Stick-64gb-USB-2-0-/120737347659?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item1c1c81b84b

twice the price but 1/8th smaller :-)

Edited By: Munchie75 on Jun 16, 2011 11:37
1 Like #37
Munchie75
Don't know what you are all so excited about...

After all it's not the size of dongle... it is a portable HDD !! and only with 80GB memory.

I'd much rather have 500gb for £40 ish so you can put films etc on...

OR AM I MISSING THE POINT SOMEHOW ??

If you want portability.. go for something small like this
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Flash-Drive-Memory-Stick-64gb-USB-2-0-/120737347659?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item1c1c81b84b

twice the price but 1/8th smaller :-)


i wonder if those are real and not fake kingston drives...
banned#38
joshtbh
wonder if it's a compact flash style pins on the hdd? if so maybe I could upgrade my iPod mini from 6GB to 80GB !?


Hell no, its just going to be a standard sata hard drive, like they all have been for the past 5 years. your not going to find a drive like that anymore and its more than likely a 1.8 hard drive in your Ipod.

Edited By: xela333 on Jun 16, 2011 11:47
#39
Met-Cast
godofwar7
raykoko
high price for 80gb in standard sized 2.5inch case
get a 250gb for £30 + del at ebuyer (also a core model)
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/255467

you are right you can buy not even 250 but 500 gb for 30 + . its all depend what you want to use for.
this is ultra portable hard drive.

The 250GB is just as portable though isn't it. So wouldn't it be best to go for that one?

I would tend to agree - however, whats the delivery charge from eBuyer?

Anyow, onm the portability front, this is the 250GB USB3.0 drive from ebuyer
http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/P200-0255467-03.jpg
#40
Excellent, just purchased it, will be ideal for my limited music collection - voted hot.

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