Fujitsu Storagebird 2TB External Hard Drive Hi Speed USB Only £99.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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rrp £199.99 our price £99.99!!
Pre-order item expected on 25/05/10
Comes with Free Bullguard Internet Security with 1GB of online storage
Product Description

Fujitsu's hard disk drives have a world renowned reputation for quality, performance and reliability. This external hard disk drive is simple to use. Drag and drop files to copy them to the drive, and disconnect when you need to. You can connect the drive to a different computer to copy the data somewhere else, or you can simply leave the drive to act as your personal back-up tool.
· Manufacturer: Fujitsu Siemens
· Interface: USB
· Capacity: 2TB
· Rotation Speed: 5400rpm
· Average Seek Time: 8.9ms
· Colour: Black and White
· Bytes per Sector: 512
· Native Command Queuing: Yes
· Shock (Operating) Gs: 70G
· Average Power Usage (Seek / Operating / Idle): 8.6 / 7.9 / 7.7W
· Dimensions (H x W x D): 78 x 13 x 127 mm
· Weight: 0.18 kg
· Packaging: Retail
· Warranty: 1 Year £90 of free software included
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#1
"You just connect it to your PC's USB port and you have half a terabyte of space at your disposal"

:? :thinking:
#2
Assuming this is 2Tb, are the drives any good? Are they reliable?

Thanks ;o)
#3
I am assuming they are 2TB as only £20 more from Amazon but the two reviews there both give it just 1 star!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fujitsu-Siemens-Storagebird-Terabyte-External/dp/B002WD3VXG
#4
bad reviews on amazon...'http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fujitsu-Siemens-Storagebird-Terabyte-External/dp/B002WD3VXG/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top '
#5
gs-rai
bad reviews on amazon...'http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fujitsu-Siemens-Storagebird-Terabyte-External/dp/B002WD3VXG/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top '


+ 1 year warranty....
#6
Yep - I think I will steer clear of this one!
#7
what worries me is that the bigger the drive is the more awkward it is if it goes down. For such a large drive i'd be tempted to buy the case and choose the HD myself by using an internal PC drive of my choice.
#8
999tigger
what worries me is that the bigger the drive is the more awkward it is if it goes down. For such a large drive i'd be tempted to buy the case and choose the HD myself by using an internal PC drive of my choice.


yes then you could have an esata enclosure instead of just usb2 - imagine how long this thing would take to fill at 30-40mbps?!

it would probably be hard to find a decent enclosure and 2tb disk for this price though.
#9
I agree with earlier poster that this size of hard disk really needs faster access than USB 2. Pity it doesn't have esata which would have suited my own needs. At this price, I would have been tempted to buy and take the hard disk out of its enclosure to use in my pc, but the reliability issues highlighted in the Amazon reviews are a real turn off.

Bottom line, data protection for me is so important that it's a false economy to be intent on saving a few pounds when an inferior product could waste you so much more money when it crashes. I know everyone should have proper backups, but how many people do have properly verified backups of everything important?
#10
great price and hot

but i wouldnt touch a fujitsu with yours
think long and hard before buying any fujitsu drives for your data
#11
Great price, but early reports suggest it's best avoided. A pile of dog poo (if it really is that bad) isn't a bargain, no matter how cheap it is!
#12
Ooh somebody gets the ebuyer daily e-shot!
#13
wow a gig of online storage.

never mind the 2 thousand gigs of offline storage
#14
It would have to be BOGOF before id even think about one of these ;)
#15
be warned these are not fijitsu or fujitsu siemans manufactered drives, they will not cover any of the warrenty as I found out to my cost. the best you can hope for is ebuyer to cover warrenty and good luck with that
#16
The great problem with all hard drive deals is that all HDs arent the same and people obsess on the very basic models. Cheapest is best, then they talk about reliability. If its just archiving and stuff you can afford to lose, then the basic ones are fine, if its invaluable information you should think of saving it in another format as well plus paying that little bit extra to get a better made hard drive and an external case. This will cost more money. You cnat have it both ways.
#17
Interesting that this is so hot (311 deg as I write) when the consensus of comments is that it's not much good. Just confirms, I suppose, that most voters don't bother to look beyond the price.
#18
Most voters don't look beyond the generalisations.
Folks throw out one liner condemnations like punches

And hot deals is about deals

Anyway, the USB3 icebreg is breaking through the floe

one tetra for £93 will fall real quick now soon asap

COCO
#19
I bought one of these from Aria about 1 month ago for about £20 extra!
Mine works great, although I'm using it as an archive so it's only switched on once or twice a week.
Mine has an Hitachi drive inside it. HDS722020ALA330

I reckon the -ve reviews may have helped push the price down :)

In case anyone's interested, I can't bare the idea of losing this amount of data so I also
have copies on other drives just in case. It may not be blisteringly fast but it's a heck
of a lot easier than messing with DVDs or Blu-Rays.

All you -ve-ninnies may be denying yourself a bargain!
But time will tell.
#20
Well I think one of the two Amazon reviews can be thrown out the window - so that basically leaves 1 dodgy review to base on all these "pile of poo" analogies ... the internet is a funny thing at times how ONE bad review can make or break a product.:roll:
#21
Shouldn't be expired. Just bought one for £99.99
#22
heated just for the price

and everyone here should already know that the is always a element of risk with all hard drives.

thats why I backup using dvd and also on a hard drive for quicker access.
#23
Good price although Im hoping to see a networked versions dropping in price. Would be a pain for me having to either buy a separate network adapter or share it on one pc and have that on all the time.
#24
a 2tb external drive is always at risk no mater who manf it! all takes is a kick or a drop and its more or less gone!

wouldnt dream of putting anything important on 2tb EXTERNAL drive

not bad price though just paid 115 for WD 2TB from pc world
#26
if these havnt got fujitsu drives in them its a steal
#27
sej7278
yes then you could have an esata enclosure instead of just usb2 - imagine how long this thing would take to fill at 30-40mbps?!

it would probably be hard to find a decent enclosure and 2tb disk for this price though.


about 1 hour to fill it over usb.
#28
A moderator might want to extend the expiry date as it's due to run out today, but there doesn't seem to be any reason for this. Seems as though there is plenty in stock.

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