Freecom 500GB External USB2.0 16MB Cache Hard Drive £94.99 delivered - HotUKDeals
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Today's world is all about Gigabytes. Programs and data take up more and more storage space. The need for installing an extra hard drive on your PC or Mac is more present than ever. Opening your computer case and installing an internal hard drive can be a difficult job. So why not take the easy route? Freecom offers you the perfect storage upgrade for your computer: the new Freecom Hard Drive, a no-nonsense external hard drive in a stylish new design. No need to open your computer; just plug the Hard Drive into the USB (2.0 or 1.1) port of your PC or MAC and you instantly have a substantial increase in storage space. The Freecom Hard Drive is pre-formatted so you're ready to use your drive seconds after connecting it to your computer.

Didn't seem to bad for a 500gb external hard drive so I thought I'd post it up
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they're actually selling the 400gb version for a bit more which is a bit bizarre, unless there's some kind of difference i've not noticed
Might be picking you up wrong, but the 400GB Freecom drive is £86.94 with free shipping:

The 500GB one has 16MB cache which is good, and from the reviews it was £120 in January so getting better all the time!

Both get good reviews on ebuyer, but I'm waiting until they come down a little more as I can still make do with my 160GB ext HDD, in fact it's the one ATMT one that Amazon sold for £40 a few months back (, a great price at the time and still a good one now.
bah, bloody eyes, i must've thought it was £96 odd, cheers for the pointer.

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