Iomega 1TB desktop hard drive. Available In Store @ Tesco £69.97 **NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE TOO!!** - HotUKDeals
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Shows as out of stock on line, but plenty on the shelf in my local branch. I can't see this posted elsewhere, unless I'm being blind! Worth a look if you are going to Tesco today//tomorrow..


Accessories USB 2.0 cable, Power supply and stand
Brand Iomega
Hard Drive Size 3.5"
Interface USB 2.0
Product Depth 19.86 cm
Product Height 12.06 cm
Product Weight 0.975
Product Weight Units kg
Product Width 3.1 cm
Rotational Speed 7200rpm
Storage Capacity 1TB

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#1
cheaper in sainsburys, saw them for £59.95
#2
Good if you can find them for that....shame I just bought this from tesco!:x
#3
wickedteen
cheaper in sainsburys, saw them for £59.95


£60 for 1Tb? Then you must post, that's a bargain!
#4
Same price in Staples, where I had better luck getting one. The Tescos near me didn't stock them despite both being Extra stores.

I think the Staples offer ends today though.
1 Like #5
anyone know what drive is in the case?? also is it ide or sata II?
#6
It would almost certainly be a SATA drive
#7
I've always used Iomega Drives for my backups, DVD's, games etc....

So Hot Deal...very good quality of product if you ask me! :thumbsup:
#8
I got this the other day. Got it for £62ish via the other offer recently posted.

Just like to say the quality of this item is SUPERB! Brushed aluminium gun coloured casing and is a fairly heavy weighted item. Haven't switched it on yet for noise level though.

Made in Thailand.
#9
Might check Sains and see if they do them for £60.

I'll just use it as my primary drive can't go wrong 1TB for £60
#10
Well, if you don't mind the fact that Tesco butchers an endangered species of turtle on its premises in China, despite the fact that several concerned animal welfare groups have written to Sir Terry Leahy to ask him to reconsider, then it's fine.

Personally, I now avoid Tesco like the plague.
#11
what has turtles got to do with hard drives,
#12
Kierano;3956936
Well, if you don't mind the fact that Tesco butchers an endangered species of turtle on its premises in China, despite the fact that several concerned animal welfare groups have written to Sir Terry Leahy to ask him to reconsider, then it's fine.

Personally, I now avoid Tesco like the plague.


Wonderfully informative first post :)
#13
I bought the £63 Western Digital one from Comet today!
#14
Out of Stock now
#15
wickedteen
what has turtles got to do with hard drives,


They both have Hard outer cases but are soft and round inside....

Anyway, as much as I hate Tesco and the way they conduct their business around the world, I might check this "deal" out....

The competition can't be much better..... morally speaking
#16
It's more of an ethics thing really, isn't it? For instance, would you buy anything off Robert Mugabe? Tesco is an accepted market leader, taking one out of every three pounds in the UK. Doesn't make it right though, does it?

Now if I could only convince my wife to shop at Sainsbury's...:oops:
#17
Kierano
It's more of an ethics thing really, isn't it? For instance, would you buy anything off Robert Mugabe? Tesco is an accepted market leader, taking one out of every three pounds in the UK. Doesn't make it right though, does it?

Now if I could only convince my wife to shop at Sainsbury's...:oops:


Aren't Sainbury's just as bad.... Don't they support some states in the world which aren't exactly pro-human?
#18
Really? Tell me more...
#19
Maybe Tesco is taking over the country. They have put so many small firms out of business, selling anything and everything they can make a profit from. My goodness - I half expect them to attempt to take a share of the world's oldest profession soon. Maybe they will include designated red light areas in every store in the near future.

In the inimitable words of Sir Roger Moore, 'speak now or forever hold your piece'.
#20
Is Lytham St. Annes full of crazy duffers like you or are you 'Special'?

At the very least you will add some wierd entertainment value to the forum. Welcome Evavoo, err sorry Kierano.
#21
Kierano
Well, if you don't mind the fact that Tesco butchers an endangered species of turtle on its premises in China, despite the fact that several concerned animal welfare groups have written to Sir Terry Leahy to ask him to reconsider, then it's fine.

Personally, I now avoid Tesco like the plague.


Have you considered the implications if everybody decided to boycott Tesco? Hundreds of thousands will be out of work, not just Tesco employees, but also all their suppliers. Then the UK economy will really collapse!

I doubt there are many people in the UK who does not know somebody with something to do with Tesco.
#22
Mcdonalds, playboy brand, now tesco.... seems to be an awful lot of moralising on this site. I thought the whole idea of this site was about "deals" for consumers... but I am beginning to think it has turned into a useful and free soap box for anyone with an axe to grind about anything.

Yes Tesco has a lot to answer for.... but so does Nike, Sainsbury, M&S, Next... in fact you name it there is not one western chain store who does not exploit, to some extent, either the developing world or the environment for their own ends. How much "stuff" is made in China, Bangladesh, India etc etc.. Can you be sure everything you buy doesn't come from a sweatshop somewhere/??? I don't think so.

Sorry folks, rant over! :whistling:
#23
I was wondering the other day I should repost this as an instore deal n get heated for it, I dont understand why people would heat this if the poster doesn't even have the courtesy to mention which store he got it from. And all you people mentioning getting it cheaper at sainsbury's and staples it would help if you mention which store you guys are getting it from.
#24
Kierano
My goodness - I half expect them to attempt to take a share of the world's oldest profession soon. .


Too late.

PC World are market leaders already. They been screwing us for years.
1 Like #25
Dr Zoidberg
It would almost certainly be a SATA drive


Its a ST31000333AS in mine but dosent look like a sata connector tho ?

The drive is £95 on Ebuyer

Will take it out again and post pics if anyones intrested , i took the model number from what it says in my computer

http://www.seagate.com/ww/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=c9d88cf6a794b110VgnVCM100000f5ee0a0aRCRD&locale=en-US

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/149460
#26
cikki100
I was wondering the other day I should repost this as an instore deal n get heated for it, I dont understand why people would heat this if the poster doesn't even have the courtesy to mention which store he got it from. And all you people mentioning getting it cheaper at sainsbury's and staples it would help if you mention which store you guys are getting it from.


Hmm, didnt realise this was a repost.. couldnt see it on the search list. And I got it from the Hailsham store in Sussex. Sorry wasn't courteous enough before.;-)
#27
If it helps they had them in the North Shields branch this evening. Also had it's little brother, the250GB portable hard drive for £39ish after the VAT reduction.
#28
Right took mine out again, and yes its a ESATA drive Seagate ST31000333AS

Mine was from the other thread BTW £60 from Tesco Direct :thumbsup:
#29
this is the one i saw in letchworth sainsburys

Buffalo 1TB DriveStation TurboUSB With Power Saving Mode USB2.0 External Hard Drive £59.95
#30
machofairy
Have you considered the implications if everybody decided to boycott Tesco? Hundreds of thousands will be out of work, not just Tesco employees, but also all their suppliers. Then the UK economy will really collapse!

I doubt there are many people in the UK who does not know somebody with something to do with Tesco.


The very same arguement was used by those opposing the abolition of slavery.

"lots of people will be put out of work so we should continue with the barbaric practices"

Those people would find other jobs in less ethically disgracful companies.

P.S. Tesco still buy product grown on occupied land in the west bank by illegal "settlers"
#31
Kierano
Maybe Tesco is taking over the country. They have put so many small firms out of business, selling anything and everything they can make a profit from. My goodness - I half expect them to attempt to take a share of the world's oldest profession soon. Maybe they will include designated red light areas in every store in the near future.

In the inimitable words of Sir Roger Moore, 'speak now or forever hold your piece'.


I wonder if they would do a 'Value' range? :thinking:
#32
can these devices been loaded up with films then directly plugged into a t.v and play the movies?
#33
Got mine from Staples last week. Only set it up half an hour ago and I was backing up files within 3 mins of getting it out of the box! Nice looking piece of kit! Vrtually silent in operation.
1 Like #34
can these devices been loaded up with films then directly plugged into a t.v and play the movies?


No, you need a device with A/V output to do that, such as an "Icy Box". Scan and similar retailers sell them - try this link :

http://www.scan.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=media+player
1 Like #35
Wow this forum is fast turning into the tree hugger mothership. . . Can all you budding Jamie Olivers please save your moralising for another forum. . . Yes most of us have a social conscience, but theres a time and a place for it, and HUKD isnt either. . If we all boycotted shops because their chocolate isnt fairtrade or their cigars are rolled on virgins thighs, then we wouldnt buy anything but hemp furniture and grow our own carrots. . . .
#36
wickedteen
this is the one i saw in letchworth sainsburys

Buffalo 1TB DriveStation TurboUSB With Power Saving Mode USB2.0 External Hard Drive £59.95


Wow, are you sure it was just £60 for a 1TB one ?
Has anyone else seen this on offer in Sainsburys ? Don't think I've ever seen HDDs on sale in my local one.

Cheers
Addy
#37
ddturner1986
can these devices been loaded up with films then directly plugged into a t.v and play the movies?


No you need a media player unless your tv has usb2 support and even then this might be too big a drive for it.
#38
AddyLaddy
Wow, are you sure it was just £60 for a 1TB one ?
Has anyone else seen this on offer in Sainsburys ? Don't think I've ever seen HDDs on sale in my local one.

Cheers
Addy


Between the Baked Beans and the Spaghetti Hoops in mine.
#39
Thanks for the heads-up Rafas reds, just picked one up this evening from the North Shields Tesco.

It was actually on a separate display two or three aisles away from the rest of the computer stuff, almost missed it.

Marked up as £69.97 but goes through at £68.47 because of the VAT reduction.

Heat added.

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#40
Rafas reds
Mcdonalds, playboy brand, now tesco.... seems to be an awful lot of moralising on this site. I thought the whole idea of this site was about "deals" for consumers... but I am beginning to think it has turned into a useful and free soap box for anyone with an axe to grind about anything.

Yes Tesco has a lot to answer for.... but so does Nike, Sainsbury, M&S, Next... in fact you name it there is not one western chain store who does not exploit, to some extent, either the developing world or the environment for their own ends. How much "stuff" is made in China, Bangladesh, India etc etc.. Can you be sure everything you buy doesn't come from a sweatshop somewhere/??? I don't think so.

Sorry folks, rant over! :whistling:


smoggieboon
Wow this forum is fast turning into the tree hugger mothership. . . Can all you budding Jamie Olivers please save your moralising for another forum. . . Yes most of us have a social conscience, but theres a time and a place for it, and HUKD isnt either. . If we all boycotted shops because their chocolate isnt fairtrade or their cigars are rolled on virgins thighs, then we wouldnt buy anything but hemp furniture and grow our own carrots. . . .


Don't forget Starbucks and The Sun newspaper :roll:
Rep added:thumbsup:

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