External hard drive Buffalo, 160GB, 7200rpm, Stackable, USB £32.78 delivered @ ebuyer.com - HotUKDeals
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* Auto Power Feature Turns On and Off Automatically with Your PC
* Secure Lock Ware Software Encrypts Your Important Personal Data from Theft, Misplacement and Unauthorised Access
* Fast 7200 RPM Serial ATA Hard Drive
* Pre-formatted Hard Drive for Immediate Use
* Silent Running with a Fanless Design
* Multiple DriveStations Can be Stacked on Top of Each Other
Auto Power Feature Turns On and Off Automatically with Your PC
No Need to Install Drivers with Auto Setup (except Windows 98SE)
Supports USB 2.0 and 1.1
Misplacement and Unauthorised Access
Unique Heat Sink Chassis Keeps Internal Parts Cool
Power Saving Shutdown Scheduling to Preserve Energy
Vertical or Horizontal Operation to Save Desktop Space
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#1
Excellent find. Paid about this much for an 80GB from Insight not 2 months ago. Hot from me :thumbsup:
#2
Just looked it's £27.99 now!
#3
3pints
Just looked it's £27.99 now!


£27.99 + Super saver delivery :)
#4
these look excellent value ..

I got the 320gb version the other week, replaced the drive with a 750 and sold the 320 on ...
wonder how much 160gb drives are worth these days ... ?
#5
zoopakev;2706582
these look excellent value ..

I got the 320gb version the other week, replaced the drive with a 750 and sold the 320 on ...
wonder how much 160gb drives are worth these days ... ?



fiver,

I;ll take it
#6
anyone know a good deal for an ethernet drive
#7
Bought mine!
Cheers Garbage456 Heat + Rep added!
#8
Got one of these a few days ago, can't go wrong at that price.

Steve
#9
I forgot to mention...

Vista users, careful with the included free software. The Memeo Backup software requires .net 1.1 on the and the install will not work without it. Vista ships wth .net 2 and 3 and does not like 1.1, so unless you really want to use the included software I would suggest to avoid trying to install it.

There is a workaround by slipstreaming .net 1.1 into a .net framework installation package, but that's for another day.

Steve
#10
Seems rather expensive when 500GB is £50, this is a 3.5" drive right?
#11
EndlessWaves
Seems rather expensive when 500GB is £50, this is a 3.5" drive right?


The bigger the storage space the lower the price tends to be, pro rata. However for basic storage and backups it's dirt cheap for an external drive. Not everyone wants to spend £50 and unless you have a huge music or movie collection 160gb is still a lot of extra space.

Steve
#12
freebiehunter
The bigger the storage space the lower the price tends to be, pro rata. However for basic storage and backups it's dirt cheap for an external drive. Not everyone wants to spend £50 and unless you have a huge music or movie collection 160gb is still a lot of extra space.

Steve


Totally agree with that steve, I'm buying one this weekend!
#13
thanks
#14
gone for this myself
#15
Is this powered through USB without power adaptor
#16
brandonheat
Is this powered through USB without power adaptor


No, it requires mains power.

Steve
#17
many thanks just ordered one for a cheap backup device

Cheers Steve
#18
Will this work with a Mac mini running mac OS X tiger? or is it Windows only?

Thanks
#19
keltbrat
Will this work with a Mac mini running mac OS X tiger? or is it Windows only?

Thanks


Windows only,

Steve

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