Edit: Quick update, the drive's now been knocked down to £49.95, which makes it slightly cheaper than before, but takes it below the free delivery threshold. The cheapest item I can find to take a basket over that £50 limit is a red 0.5m ethernet cable, which sells for 50p, and can be found at http://www.ebuyer.com/product/25517
. There's a green 1m cable for 58p at http://www.ebuyer.com/product/23862
, which might be more useful to you.
Back to my post-hospitalisation grumpiness of the original post now, though:
I can't be bothered copy and pasting the description from ebuyer, so here's an answer to all of the inevitable posts that would normally appear in this thread, were it not so expertly crafted in the first place.
1) No, it will not work in a PS3. Totally the wrong size of disk.
2) Yes, it will probably work in your PC. As long as you've got a spare SATA port on your motherboard and a spare SATA power connector, just plug it in and you're good.
3) If you haven't got either of htose, you can buy PCI SATA cards that give you an extra four or so ports for about a tenner. See eBay. If you lack power connectors, adaptors cost about a quid from DealExtreme.
4) No, it won't work in your laptop
5) Yes, very funny, you jokingly called it a Deathstar because of a bad batch when they were made by IBM eight years ago. Oh, my sides are pre-emptively splitting so they are.
6) No, you can't use it with an Xbox 360 unless you put it into an enclosure and connect it via USB.
There, I think that should about kill any sort of thread that might emerge after this post. It's simple as, 'tis a 1TB drive, and I think this is the lowest price you can buy one for. You can vote cold now. Go on, I bet you're all itching to.