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Fujitsu Storagebird 1.5TB External Hard Drive Hi Speed USB

Delivered £57.99

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Fujitsu Storagebird 1.5TB External Hard Drive Hi Speed USB - Retail

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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Good deal, shame its Fujitsu.
I saw this comment on the uk.comp.homebuilt NG:

"Was looking at getting one of their Fujitsu Storagebird External HDDs a
couple of days back - their list price was £54.99 inc VAT.

Now they have sent out a email flyer adertising the price at £57,99, but
saying that you are saving £12.00 because it was £69.99!


Assuming that's right, I've voted cold.
I think the 54.99 one was a 1tb

Theyre still cheeky though as fujitsus are known for being unreliable, so they shouldn't be spouting all the speil about "backing up your important files"
why it's looked like a heater?
Beware i got the 1tb version and the drive inside is refurbished !
Read and heed the last thread on this hard drive

"We bought 50 of these for work and about 40 failed in the first few months."

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