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DOTD: Maxtor 320GB USB2.0 External Hard Drive - just £46.99 delivered !!!

£46.99 @ Ebuyer
Maxtor U15H320 320GB 16MB Cache USB2.0 External Hard Drive is available @ ebuyer.com for just £46.99 delivered !! Brilliant price for 320GB external HDD. Select FREE supersaver delivery & go via … Read More
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Maxtor U15H320 320GB 16MB Cache USB2.0 External Hard Drive is available @ ebuyer.com for just £46.99 delivered !!

Brilliant price for 320GB external HDD. Select FREE supersaver delivery & go via Google checkout for this price. 5* rating based on 16 reviews..

Description : Your work, your photos, your songs, your digital video, your memories. Store them all safely and securely in the Maxtor Personal Storage 3200 external hard drive. Ideal for the home and office, it's simple to install - just plug in the USB cable and your Personal Storage solution automatically appears as another drive on your computer. Perfect for the Home PC or laptop user who needs extra storage in a hurry.

Use the extra capacity to free up the space on your PC or to add more of your favorite files - every 100GB of storage can hold up to 75, 000 digital photos (JPEG-normal), or 1, 650 hours of digital music (MP3), or 7 hours of DV video. Beneath the sleek industrial design of the Personal Storage 3200 you'll find a surprisingly simple, affordable storage solution. The vertical stand helps keep your work area clutter-free. And Maxtor makes it reliable.
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#1
£56.99 not £46.99
#2
bigf
£56.99 not £46.99


£10 off with Google Checkout
#3
bigf
£56.99 not £46.99


Go via Google checkout for £46.99 delivered :)
[mod]#4
Thanks edi :)
#5
Great deal. Voted hot.
#6
does this get all of its power from the USB or will it have a seperate power supply also?
#7
ficosaneil
does this get all of its power from the USB or will it have a seperate power supply also?


AC adapter
#8
DJTiredboy
AC adapter


cheers!
#9
As far as I know all 3.5" disk have an external PSU?
#10
lol don't forget quidco....... all 0.1% of it!!:oops:
#11
ficosaneil
lol don't forget quidco....... all 0.1% of it!!:oops:


If I was thinking of buying that would have definitely swayed my decision. ;-)
#12
I own one of these and 2 of the 500gb (all maxtor) and had them for about 2 months and no problem, powers suply in box and from recollection came preformated, so just plug and go.:thumbsup:
#13
I have this exact model..of course it was £20 more when I purchased last year...only criticism is that you cannot turn it off other than by disconnecting from the power supply..my own preference would be for a model you can leave connected to your PC that powers up and down with the PC.
Excellent price and voted HOT.
#14
Maxtor don't have the best name for reliability and there are a few reported issues with this drive, so I'd I'd proceed with caution on this one.
#15
Hasn't everyone used their £10 off with Google Checkout?
#16
sburley
Maxtor don't have the best name for reliability and there are a few reported issues with this drive, so I'd I'd proceed with caution on this one.


I've had a Maxtor internal hdd for the past 4 years without a hitch. Let's hope I haven't just destroyed my luck. :?
#17
currychops
I have this exact model..of course it was £20 more when I purchased last year...only criticism is that you cannot turn it off other than by disconnecting from the power supply..my own preference would be for a model you can leave connected to your PC that powers up and down with the PC.
Excellent price and voted HOT.


If you have (like I do) one of those intelli-plugs that activate the 'other' sockets when the device plugged into the main socket (pc) is turned on its perfect.

Great find - Ordered!
#18
DJTiredboy
I've had a Maxtor internal hdd for the past 4 years without a hitch. Let's hope I haven't just destroyed my luck. :?


i'd stay away from maxtor. stick with seagate and wd.

i've had at least six 80gb drives and a 40gb die within 6 months (including one replacement refurb from maxtor) although one of the 80gb's is still going after 3 years.
#19
justintrouble
Hasn't everyone used their £10 off with Google Checkout?


It's not a one time deal - you can use it as many times as you like :)
#20
Maxtor are fine, but I'd rather have a Samsung, Seagate or WD if the price was the same.
#21
PoisonJam
Maxtor are fine, but I'd rather have a Samsung, Seagate or WD if the price was the same.


I'd rather have a Porsche if it was the same price as my Focus....:thumbsup:
#22
£38 as I live in Channel Islands :-)
#23
sburley
Maxtor don't have the best name for reliability and there are a few reported issues with this drive, so I'd I'd proceed with caution on this one.


the Maxtor external harddrive i had died on me and i lost over 2000 photos on that,
#24
Does anybody know if there is a price protection from ebuyer for any changes 30 days from when you have bought?? or was it amazon????:thinking:
#25
thepharmacist
Does anybody know if there is a price protection from ebuyer for any changes 30 days from when you have bought?? or was it amazon????:thinking:


I know Amazon do that but I'm not sure about ebuyer. Perhaps someone else can throw some light on it.
#26
DJTiredboy
I know Amazon do that but I'm not sure about ebuyer. Perhaps someone else can throw some light on it.


No Ebuyer do nothing of the sort..what they do is increase prices whenever something of theirs appears on HUKD..so my advice is if you want to purchase at this price then get in sharply.
#27
PoisonJam
Maxtor are fine, but I'd rather have a Samsung, Seagate or WD if the price was the same.


Maxtor is now Seagate :giggle:
#28
jarv1s
Maxtor is now Seagate :giggle:


yep, and prior to that they shared manufacturing plants :p
It's all in a name, anyway - I still have a 12Gb Quantum Fireball drive from 1998 - still works fine even though that make and model of drive have a well known tendency for living up to their name, literally. *BWOOF*

BWOOF - Adj. "The noise of a hard drive going to hell and taking all your pron with it" :-D
#29
ficosaneil
I'd rather have a Porsche if it was the same price as my Focus....:thumbsup:


The prices of your example aren't exactly directly proportional with mine, are they? Nor would choosing a different hard drive cost twice as much to run and insure ;)

As for Seagate now owning Maxtor, what difference does it really make to the current models? It doesn't stop the current Maxtor branded models being inferior performance wise and still no 5-year warranty on Maxtor drives as far as I'm aware? ;)
#30
and the Ford would be the more reliable option anyway - which is surely the issue here.
#31
justintrouble
Hasn't everyone used their £10 off with Google Checkout?




I've got to laugh because ive used google checkout 19 times in the last 3 weeks saving £190 and hear that google checkout is available till june, so to me its like all the christmas's coming at once. :santa: :santa:

PS feel sorry for the courier, he has to come my place nearly every day :giggle: :giggle:
#32
PoisonJam
The prices of your example aren't exactly directly proportional with mine, are they? Nor would choosing a different hard drive cost twice as much to run and insure ;)

As for Seagate now owning Maxtor, what difference does it really make to the current models? It doesn't stop the current Maxtor branded models being inferior performance wise and still no 5-year warranty on Maxtor drives as far as I'm aware? ;)


well said!
#33
Bloody Google checkout won't accept my Visa Electron ffs. :-( :roll:
#34
If you want to buy speed it up have watched stock drop from 9am this morning at 130 units to only 40 units available now. SO SPEED IT UP OR LOSE OUT!!!!!!!! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
#35
....14
#36
currychops
I have this exact model..of course it was £20 more when I purchased last year...only criticism is that you cannot turn it off other than by disconnecting from the power supply..my own preference would be for a model you can leave connected to your PC that powers up and down with the PC.
Excellent price and voted HOT.


Have you thought about getting one of those plugs that do that?
#37
only three left.... so hurry up HDUK'ers
#38
sburley
Maxtor don't have the best name for reliability and there are a few reported issues with this drive, so I'd I'd proceed with caution on this one.


Got one of these attached to my server.
It is left on 24 hours a day, and hasnt missed a beat at all.
It is very basic, but it does work well
#39
And there gone but the price went up to £51.09 !!!!!!!! another trick move from ebuyer:?
#40
Well price has reverted back and one left...

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