Iomega 320GB 2.5" External Hard Drive - £35.99 delivered/collect from Comet - HotUKDeals
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£35.99 for a 2.5" portable external hard drive. Powered from USB rather than requiring a power brick.

Works out at 11.2p/Gb.

Same price whether delivered (for free) or Collect in Store.
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#1
love the 11.2p per GB!, in that case a 32gb memory card should really only cost less than £3.50
#2
Good price - I was tempted by this but after reading reviews on Amazon and other sites there seems to be a problem with the micro usb cable which connects to the hard drive.
There are lots of comments about it being a loose fit. This has put me off.
banned#3
and £1.06 quidco better than a kick in the teeth :)
just bought me one
#4
gutted, i just bought the 250gb version a coupe days back for same price
#5
thanks very much. been looking for some extra storage. nice that no power brick is required as well.
#6
cheaper p per GB compare to the 250GB deal. HOT!
#7
Little help please, where do you enter the voucher code?

edit: Nevermind, I see it! D'oh!!!
#8
didn't we have it cheaper in the past?
#9
can this drive be removed and put in a PS3 ?

I have Google'd 'IOMEGA 34610' and went through every link on the 1st 2 pages, not one site mentions the RPM, which I believe for a PS3 needs to be 5400rpm.
Have reserved 1 @ Comet Dundee, will have a look after work.


Good price nonetheless :santa::stocking:
#10
sorry I don't mean it was Iomega brand which I thought was cheaper previously. I can't remember what brand wasit but thought it was £34 for a 320GB???
#11
can this drive be removed and put in a PS3 ?


You can get one for Play.com for £39.99, unless you want to save the £4 desperately might be easier just grabbing one of those rather than taking apart an external hard drive.

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3516598/Western-Digital-Scorpio-WD3200BEVT-320GB-2-5-Internal-SATA-Hard-Drive/Product.html
#12
Bought two of these recently from Comet, one for the Wii and one for my WD Mini Tv and both have worked flawlessly.

For the price I would have bought more.:thumbsup:
banned#13
thanks
#14
Just what i need thanks.
#15
ordered one! good price!
#16
Just reserved a 320gb one, cheers
#17
very tempted
1 Like #18
Just picked one up.

For those with the techie questions, its got a ST932032 5AS SATA drive in it.

Could be a reasonably cheap upgrade to a laptop if you dare open it all up.

Dom
#19
Just ordered the 500gb one. Been looking to buy one for ages. many thanks.
#20
andynicol
can this drive be removed and put in a PS3 ?

I have Google'd 'IOMEGA 34610' and went through every link on the 1st 2 pages, not one site mentions the RPM, which I believe for a PS3 needs to be 5400rpm.
Have reserved 1 @ Comet Dundee, will have a look after work.


Good price nonetheless :santa::stocking:



I bought a 320Gb drive and a 2.5 HD USB External Enclosure from Play.com for less than £50. Put the 320Gb drive in my PS3 and put the old 80Gb PS3 drive into the USB Enclosure to use with my PC and MAC
#21
Just reserved one of these.

I've been looking for a cheap external HD for a while.
#22
do these need pluggin into just one usb? or do you need to power it with an extra usb anyone??


just read some reviews, although it has 2 usb it works fine with just one plugged in
#23
dont forget quidco on reserve and collect. i got 4 of the 250gbs the other week for 29.99 all have been fine
#24
Just noticed on the Comet website that it says it isn't Mac compatible.

Has anyone used this with a Mac?
1 Like #25
Its a 5400Rpm drive in mine (if you Google it !!!)

Standard Seagate 2.5" Drive inside

To remove, take off the two feet at the front of the enclosure which will reveal two screws. Take these out.

Get your fingernails under the casing and prise it off about 3/4 the way up from the screws - this just clips together.

There are two tabs at the top of the drive which need gently prying back. This will release the drive and will allow you to seperate the drive from the USB controller.

I've got mine in my laptop that I picked up with a knackered HDD last night for £40

Windows 7 is nearly installed :)
#26
finally down to a price am willing to pay for one of these!
#27
markthedoc
Just noticed on the Comet website that it says it isn't Mac compatible.

Has anyone used this with a Mac?


i have, on an imac think i might have had to format it which took 5 min (may not have been i might be thinking abount my new memory stick)
Anyway i have had one of mine on the mac and transferred stuff over and its ok
#28
http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/567680/IOMEGA-34330

Just a note for anyone looking at this drive ^^^ (not the one in the deal), it won't be usb powered as Comet say, it'll be mains powered.
#29
gchild
gutted, i just bought the 250gb version a coupe days back for same price


250GB Gone down as well £31 with voucher
#30
Just reserved one at wolverhampton. Heat added!
#31
sionyboy
You can get one for Play.com for £39.99, unless you want to save the £4 desperately might be easier just grabbing one of those rather than taking apart an external hard drive.

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3516598/Western-Digital-Scorpio-WD3200BEVT-320GB-2-5-Internal-SATA-Hard-Drive/Product.html


so you suggest I buy the hard drive you mention, buy an enclosure, open up PS3, put PS3 drive into enclosure, put the new hard drive into PS3, put the old PS3 drive into the enclosure costing £39.99 excluding the price of the enclosure and having to wait probably until 1st week in Jan?

why would that be easier than collecting from Comet today @ £35.99 (excluding the price of course of an enclosure which I can pick up at my leisure for a couple of quid) :thinking:
#32
ordered one
#33
andynicol

why would that be easier than collecting from Comet today @ £35.99 (excluding the price of course of an enclosure which I can pick up at my leisure for a couple of quid) :thinking:


Or if you are careful when taking it apart put your ps3 drive back in this one and then no need to buy another enclosure :)

I am thinking of trying this and then getting play tv as well (hense why I might need more space) and stil have a 60Gb external hard drive :)
#34
andynicol
so you suggest I buy the hard drive you mention, buy an enclosure, open up PS3, put PS3 drive into enclosure, put the new hard drive into PS3, put the old PS3 drive into the enclosure costing £39.99 excluding the price of the enclosure and having to wait probably until 1st week in Jan?

why would that be easier than collecting from Comet today @ £35.99 (excluding the price of course of an enclosure which I can pick up at my leisure for a couple of quid) :thinking:


You asked "can I take this apart and put it in a ps3?"

he replied by saying rather than go through what may be a hassle for some of taking apart an enclosure here is a drive not in an enclosure ready to fit into your ps3, there was never a mention by either of you of needing an enclosure.

Stop trying to be smart because you fail at it dramatically.
#35
Incidentally, I don't appear to be smart enough to work out how to choose to have this delivered! I put in my postcode and select my address and it takes me to a screen to select which store to reserve it at.
#36
fungus
You asked "can I take this apart and put it in a ps3?"

he replied by saying rather than go through what may be a hassle for some of taking apart an enclosure here is a drive not in an enclosure ready to fit into your ps3, there was never a mention by either of you of needing an enclosure.

Stop trying to be smart because you fail at it dramatically.


5 Minute (if that !) job to whip the drive out of the enclosure.

Chances are you can put your old drive in the enclosure afterwards and use that as a smaller capacity drive but make sure it doesn't draw more than 1 amp of current as you can only get around 500ma from each USB port
#37
skellysgirl
i have, on an imac think i might have had to format it which took 5 min (may not have been i might be thinking abount my new memory stick)
Anyway i have had one of mine on the mac and transferred stuff over and its ok


Ah great! Thanks for the reply.

I'll have one of these then.
#38
bbdom
5 Minute (if that !) job to whip the drive out of the enclosure.

Chances are you can put your old drive in the enclosure afterwards and use that as a smaller capacity drive but make sure it doesn't draw more than 1 amp of current as you can only get around 500ma from each USB port


Yeah I know, just pointing out that he was getting funny with the guy for no reason.
#39
fungus
You asked "can I take this apart and put it in a ps3?"

he replied by saying rather than go through what may be a hassle for some of taking apart an enclosure here is a drive not in an enclosure ready to fit into your ps3, there was never a mention by either of you of needing an enclosure.

Stop trying to be smart because you fail at it dramatically.


Now you have tempted me into trying to be smart, what I said was ; 'can this drive be removed and put in a PS3 ? ' :thumbsup:

I was merely asking why his suggestion of paying more and waiting for delivery would be better than picking one up from Comet, I genuinely thought I was missing something.
If my post was demeaning in any way, sionyboy, I apologise.

Merry Christmas :santa::gift::stocking::thumbsup:
#40
cooooool, orderd 3 250gb ones for pressies!!

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