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HGST Touro Desk Pro 4TB External Hard Drive - Bla​ck, £115.87 Delivered @ Amazon

£115.87 @ Amazon
This is the PRO version / 7200 RPM performance. - Superfast USB 3.0 - With 3GB of Cloud storage - 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty
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2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago
This is the PRO version / 7200 RPM performance.

- Superfast USB 3.0
- With 3GB of Cloud storage
- 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty
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#1
Great drive - only annoyance - not got a on/off Switch.
#2
So you get 4TB on the drive plus 3TB on the cloud? What's the deal with the cloud storage?

Oh I see - It's 3GB not TB.

Edited By: janner66 on Jun 25, 2014 01:52
banned#3
What can I do with this little thing
janner66
So you get 4TB on the drive plus 3TB on the cloud? What's the deal with the cloud storage?

Oh I see - It's 3GB not TB.
Hahahaha
What can I do with this little thing
#4
works great paired with an xbox one too
#5
janner66

Oh I see - It's 3GB not TB
Microsoft Office 365 'is' offering inclusive Terabytes (not Gigabytes) - 1TB Per User, 5 Users Max (5TB)
So if you are in the need of Cloud Storage, its actually a good offer. Still Dropbox for me, is so simple, cross platform including Linux, I'd rather support that, given what MS have done to Skype since getting hold of it.
#6
Just in case the usual questions come up again, this is a single 4TB drive and if you want to use it internally you'll need to break the plastic casing and void the warranty. The bare drive price has been priced a bit better recently (managed to get one from Amazon for around £120) but currently it's a bit higher at £130.

John
#7
Johnmcl7
Just in case the usual questions come up again, this is a single 4TB drive and if you want to use it internally you'll need to break the plastic casing and void the warranty. The bare drive price has been priced a bit better recently (managed to get one from Amazon for around £120) but currently it's a bit higher at £130
John
Have done this in the past with the Non-Pro Model, those clips really do break, even if you know exactly where they are. Impossible to open without damaging case. The non-pro is probably the better model to break open for NAS storage use. Using these in pair for a year, you'd be better off just buying WD Reds, you'd probably save the difference in power requirements over 12 months.

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