Fujitsu Siemens Storagebird 1TB External Hard Drive OPEN BOX STOCK - £68.98 Delivered at Misco - HotUKDeals
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The STORAGEBIRD SOLO 35-UB is an stationary external 3.5-inch hard disk drive which provides up to 1 TB of storage for your important and precious and data files. It is designed for home and office users and is easy to install at the USB port of the client system. Equipped with high-speed USB 2.0 interface, the STORAGEBIRD SOLO 35-UBdelivers fast data transfer up to 480 Mbps.

Thanks to intelligent power management it lives up to the green aspect. The fan-less design enables convenient and silent operation. With smart backup facilities protection of your precious data is a breeze!
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Good price heat given.

Brand new ones for only £8 or £9 more online though (not a fujitsu one mind if you're bothered)
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Nede to include 4:60 for delivery.
Nede to include 4:60 for delivery.

For Tesco's? You can do the Free SIM trick.
That Tesco one is a good deal. I got it the other day. Its a seagate barracuda inside it. Just get it delivered to your local tesco store for free. bargain!
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Yes, but that's the one that contains a Seagate drive which may have faulty firmware.
I wish people would stop posting Misco open box stuff because there is almost always just one of each item available. Somebody buys it, it's gone.
Yes, but that's the one that contains a Seagate drive which may have faulty firmware.

The faulty firmware has been fixed. All Be It, it was the 2nd firmware fix that finally worked. But they are defo working now. Even at that, its just a handful that were affected.

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