IOMEGA 1TB EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE £79.27 @ Comet + Quidco - HotUKDeals
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USE CODE: 10STORAGE to get this price Collect Or Plus Delivery

Plus Possibly 8% Quidco = £72.93

Not bad for collect in store or Del

1000GB storage capacity
250,000 MP3 tracks
500,000 Digital photos
USB connection
External drive
Silver Colour
7200rpm Spindle speed rpm
Windows Vista compatible
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#1
garbage456
78 at amazon


Saw that but no Quidco and you can't collect in store but you do get free del with both, just depends how quick you want it.
#2
Instant gratification and good drives, hot.
#3
There are plenty of 1TB deals around cheaper than that price. Also, the height of that looks like a 2x500GB version. This definitely a 1xTB drive inside?
#4
Sin_of_nature
There are plenty of 1TB deals around cheaper than that price. Also, the height of that looks like a 2x500GB version. This definitely a 1xTB drive inside?


They used to be JBOD's with 2 drives in, now they're single SATA drives:thumbsup:

http://www.seagate.com/ww/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=0732f141e7f43110VgnVCM100000f5ee0a0aRCRD&locale=en-US

That's what's in the one i've got connected at the moment.
#5
Bowler_man
Saw that but no Quidco and you can't collect in store but you do get free del with both, just depends how quick you want it.


No Quidco on this either, as Comet stopped on Quidco a few weeks ago. Shame.
#6
guv
Not what they just sold me! Its 2 x 500GB in a huge box!


They must be well old stock then as they haven't made the JBOD version for ages:thinking:
#7
guv
Do think I should try taking it back to another store? (I got the last one in my local branch) So yours is slimline single case from comet?

Dont like the power connectors on this one either (those horrible PS2 type!)


Yeah, one in the stack is a 1TB, the box is the same size as the 320/500GB units (can't use that one yet as its a crisymas present :lol:). SKU is 33730:thumbsup:

http://www.shengis.net/hukdpics/iomega.jpg

Still got to add my 1TB Trekstore to that lot :lol:
#8
guv
That SKU dont come up with anything. It is a comet number isn't it?


That's the Iomega SKU, I think yours is the 33822, says on the bottom of the box. Check the manufacture date as well.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/133120

Damn sight more expensive than the single drive solution:whistling:
#9
@ Shengis, is that 11 external HDD's you have there....?

What the hell do you need that many for?
#10
morpheus
@ Shengis, is that 11 external HDD's you have there....?

What the hell do you need that many for?


You forgot to count the one inside the box :lol: (+ a few others...). You can NEVER have enough storage. To think, back in the day a 40mb (note MB not GB) drive was considered huge:roll:
#11
Shengis
You forgot to count the one inside the box :lol: (+ a few others...). You can NEVER have enough storage. To think, back in the day a 40mb (note MB not GB) drive was considered huge:roll:


Happy days and Windows/dos came on a floppy disk. I still think you have a serious storage fetish going on there every thought of going SAN save a bit of power and space.

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