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Fujitsu Storagebird 1.5TB External Hard Drive £59.99 @ EBuyer

£59.99 @ Ebuyer
The Fujitsu Storagebird 1.5TB is an external 3.5-inch hard disk drive which provides up to 1.5TB of storage for music, photos, videos and data files. It is designed for home and office users and is ea…
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The Fujitsu Storagebird 1.5TB is an external 3.5-inch hard disk drive which provides up to 1.5TB of storage for music, photos, videos and data files. It is designed for home and office users and is easy to install at the USB port of the PC or notebook.

Equipped with high-speed USB 2.0 interface, the STORAGEBIRD Fujitsu 1.5TB delivers fast data transfer up to 480 Mbps. The fan-less design ensures high reliability and low noise operation.

The 1.5TB STORAGEBIRD Fujitsu comes with a stand allowing you to decide how it is placed on the desk.

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#1
Very Hot
#2
How does this compare to the Toshbia Alu2 in terms of build quality, reliability, noise etc?

Edited By: blizeH on Nov 05, 2010 11:28: none
#3
HOT! But I only need 500gb and hopefully they will be much cheaper come December.
#4
My last storagebird failed losing nearly 1tb of data so I would avoid.
#5
I wonder whether this could be used as a TV HDD (Panasonic G20) for recording freesat?
#6
You'd think Ebuyer would get annoyed at a company calling itself ebuyerr wouldn't you?
#7
Anyone know what make of drive is inside this?
#8
Maybe it's short for ebuy.error.
#9
Lol
#10
We bought 50 of these for work and about 40 failed in the first few months.
#11
willgimmence
You'd think Ebuyer would get annoyed at a company calling itself ebuyerr wouldn't you?


Agreed The fact is however that peeps have stated these drives are not a lotta good .Anyhew u take your chances


Edited By: rkmayar on Nov 06, 2010 00:56: splg
#12
charge you ten pounds delivery if you live near inverness
#13
I bought a batch of the 500GB model for work and the failure rate was around 1 in 4, I would never trust them again.
#14
good price but reliability seems a little suspect
#15
thinking of buying one but reliability leaves me confused?!?
#16
peterkay11
thinking of buying one but reliability leaves me confused?!?

This is so true, if you want to add to your confusion go on Amazon and do a search for external drives, you'll find all of the common brands there and every single one, without fail, will have approximately 10-30% of people leaving a 1 star review stating that the drive failed after xx days / weeks / months.

Judging by amazon alone, you will struggle to find any external hard drives that don't have a pretty reasonable failure rate.

Wester Digital
Seagate
Hitachi
Fujitsu
Toshiba
Verbatim
Freecom
Buffalo

Most of them have 100-300 reviews for their more popular drives and they all get anywhere from 10-30% of people leaving 1 star reviews with tales of lost data and no longer functioning drives and the reviewers will all tell you that they ended up going with another brand and then they'll recommend that brand ...... but of course, when you check out the other brand ..... more tales of failures.

Im starting to think that external USB hard drives just have a naturally very high failure rate and that none of the manufacturers are any better than the others.

Was hoping to buy an external hard drive tonight, around 1 to 2 TB depending on price, but I'm going to bed now, utterly confused :-p

Edited By: zakkaroo on Nov 08, 2010 22:04: added last line
#17
I have used 3 storagebirds for 6 months now and they all work OK.
The H/D does not use mains power and runs of the USB2 feed from a laptop or PC.
I use them only when i need to store large files and they do not have an internal fan but they do get warm but not warm enough to keep your toes warm (don't ask)
For your money this is 1.5TB with a 2 year warranty so it is cheap but why buy one costing more when they are all about the same and function the same unless you want autoback up or you want the extra bundled software on more expensive hard drives.

Cheap to buy and cheap to run as it is not mains powered and a full 2 year warranty and portable if your named Arni :)
#18
I ordered this hard drive. It arrived with 6 scratches and marks on it. Obviously not brand new. I wasn't impressed with ebuyer's response so will be returning this product and looking elsewhere for a non-marked new hard drive.
#19
can i use this with the Sumvision Cyclone Live Media Player Adaptor Version 2 1080p ??

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/245715
#20
quentinpeegloss
I have used 3 storagebirds for 6 months now and they all work OK.The H/D does not use mains power and runs of the USB2 feed from a laptop or PC.I use them only when i need to store large files and they do not have an internal fan but they do get warm but not warm enough to keep your toes warm (don't ask)For your money this is 1.5TB with a 2 year warranty so it is cheap but why buy one costing more when they are all about the same and function the same unless you want autoback up or you want the extra bundled software on more expensive hard drives.Cheap to buy and cheap to run as it is not mains powered and a full 2 year warranty and portable if your named Arni :)

This is NOT a USB powered drive. The largest USB powered drive at the moment is 1GB.

A lot of the statements in this thread refer to different drives. If its a storagebird -but not 1.5GB , then its a different drive - so any views/comments are not relevant to this deal. Reliability is largely dependant on the make and model of hard disc installed in the box - nobody has yet reported what drive is inside its casing.
#21
simes
quentinpeegloss
I have used 3 storagebirds for 6 months now and they all work OK.The H/D does not use mains power and runs of the USB2 feed from a laptop or PC.I use them only when i need to store large files and they do not have an internal fan but they do get warm but not warm enough to keep your toes warm (don't ask)For your money this is 1.5TB with a 2 year warranty so it is cheap but why buy one costing more when they are all about the same and function the same unless you want autoback up or you want the extra bundled software on more expensive hard drives.Cheap to buy and cheap to run as it is not mains powered and a full 2 year warranty and portable if your named Arni :)


This is NOT a USB powered drive. The largest USB powered drive at the moment is 1GB.

A lot of the statements in this thread refer to different drives. If its a storagebird -but not 1.5GB , then its a different drive - so any views/comments are not relevant to this deal. Reliability is largely dependant on the make and model of hard disc installed in the box - nobody has yet reported what drive is inside its casing.

*TB
#22
Bought one of these in December 2010 it was not working by february 2011 so the only conclusion I can reach is leave them alone they are crap!! Incidentally somebody told me they are refurbished by Seagate!!

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