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Iomega 250GB Select Portable Hard Drive Self powered £39.99 @ PC World

£39.99 @ PC World
ok so you can get bigger for not more expensive but not bad for pcworld. Read More
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ok so you can get bigger for not more expensive but not bad for pcworld.
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#2
It's PC World. This is HotUKDeals. The two don't mix.

As soon as I saw the ad on TV I said it was a crock of.
#3
Joey66
It's PC World. This is HotUKDeals. The two don't mix.

As soon as I saw the ad on TV I said it was a crock of.


Very informative comment, rep added :whistling:
#4
For people who are voting cold, is it because:-

A. it's PC World
B. It's a crap product
C. It's expensive - if so, please post link to the better deal

Thanks

Zaxxan
#5
Not sure on the reputation of Iomega for these, it is entirely possible that the actual hard drives inside aren't made by Iomega like some other offers I've seen on here (think there was a Buffalo branded one which actually had a Samsung or Hitachi drive in it). Personally I would pay a little extra and go for a Western Digital Passport:thumbsup: which come in a choice of colours and I know how good the drives are.

The 320gb @ £49.99 is 0.15621875 per GB, the 250gb @ £39.99 is 0.15996 per GB so the 320GB version is more cost effective, however its not a massive difference and it depends if you need that much storage.
#6
Babboon
Not sure on the reputation of Iomega for these, it is entirely possible that the actual hard drives inside aren't made by Iomega like some other offers I've seen on here (think there was a Buffalo branded one which actually had a Samsung or Hitachi drive in it). Personally I would pay a little extra and go for a Western Digital Passport:thumbsup: which come in a choice of colours and I know how good the drives are.

The 320gb @ £49.99 is 0.15621875 per GB, the 250gb @ £39.99 is 0.15996 per GB so the 320GB version is more cost effective, however its not a massive difference and it depends if you need that much storage.


thanks for the reply. I'm fairly certain that iomega don't make drives but i've no idea which brand they use.

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