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Iomega 500GB 2.5" external HDD Tesco Direct £44.97

OWENBROWN2007 Avatar
6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
A good price for a USB powered 500 gig drive.
Free delivery to local store. Plus double Tesco Clubcard points.
Save £25, normal price £69.79!
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#1
Good deal, also gives an automatic refund on delivery:

Free Delivery on All Laptops, Netbooks & Desktops & External Hard Drivesfor this order is -£5.00 :thumbsup:
#2
Great drive for the money, I have the 320GB version. Very fast and plugs in to many on the new routers to act as a wireless storage device.

Works with PC & Mac.
#3
Good price, the picture looks exactly like my external powered one though.

Anyone know(as in they have done it themselves, or know of someone that has done it) if the internal drive can be removed and put in a PS3?
#4
Heat.
#5
Good find, ordered Thanks
#6
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"]I bought one of these a while back. It has a Seagate drive in it! Definately great value. Heat added[/SIZE][/FONT]! :-D
#7
thesaint
Good price, the picture looks exactly like my external powered one though.

Anyone know(as in they have done it themselves, or know of someone that has done it) if the internal drive can be removed and put in a PS3?


Not with this particular drive, but I've done it with another and it will be the same process.

The instructions for changing the drive are in the PS3 manual - but it's dead easy.
You need to backup the PS3 drive (so you might need more than one spare drive).
Unscrew the drive cover on the ps3 and slide out the drive.
Then unscrew this from it's casing,
Insert it into your PS3.
screw the drive cover back on and start your PS3.
Go to "restore" and restore to your nice new drive and start enjoying everything being exactly the same - except you've got a ton more space.

It really was a doddle - there's youtube videos on it to that will walk you right through it.
#8
Steamy Wee
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"]I bought one of these a while back. It has a Seagate drive in it! Definately great value. Heat added[/SIZE][/FONT]! :-D


What model is it, will it go in the PS3, i.e is it 9.5mm thick one?
#9
All gone!
#10
ourdave
Not with this particular drive, but I've done it with another and it will be the same process.



I see thanks.
#11
cb-uk
All gone!


it still says add to basket unless im missing something
#12
Borat
it still says add to basket unless im missing something


As soon as you get to the checkout it will tell you they are out of stock :(
#13
Borat
it still says add to basket unless im missing something

[COLOR="Red"]
"Sorry, we could not place your order as one or more items have now gone out of stock
We have therefore removed the items listed below from your basket:
* Iomega® Select Portable Hard Drive, USB 2.0, 500GB"[/COLOR]
:-(
#14
Methos
[COLOR="Red"]
"Sorry, we could not place your order as one or more items have now gone out of stock
We have therefore removed the items listed below from your basket:
* Iomega® Select Portable Hard Drive, USB 2.0, 500GB"[/COLOR]
:-(

There are 2 of the same items in the list try the other i did and it went through just a second ago
#15
robkerr60
There are 2 of the same items in the list try the other i did and it went through just a second ago


Err, the "other" one is a 3.5inch mains powered hard drive NOT a 2.5inch portable one.

And £45 for one of those is not an especially good deal (when you can get the 1000GB version for around the £50 mark)
#16
ourdave
Not with this particular drive, but I've done it with another and it will be the same process.


I wanted to know about this particuar drive, thanks.

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