Iomega Select 1TB External USB 2.0 3.5 inch Hard Drive £44.99 from Play.com (was £49.99) - HotUKDeals
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Iomega Select 1TB External USB 2.0 3.5 inch Hard Drive £44.99 from Play.com (was £49.99)

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Simple, cost effective storage, the Iomega Select Desktop Hard Drive USB 2.0, 1.0TB is the affordable way to save your precious memories. Not only is this drive economical but it is also very easy-to-… Read More
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Simple, cost effective storage, the Iomega Select Desktop Hard Drive USB 2.0, 1.0TB is the affordable way to save your precious memories. Not only is this drive economical but it is also very easy-to-use and preformatted for simple set up - just plug and play.


1TB HDD Holds:
Up to 284,000 digital photos
Up to 250,000 songs (MP3)
Up to 24,000 songs (uncompressed CD quality)
Up to 76 hours of Digital Video (DV)
Up to 400 hours of DVD quality video
Up to 120 hours of HD video
Storage Capacity: 1TB
Data Transfer Rate: 480Mbps Maximum External
Interfaces/Ports: USB 2.0 USB
Warranty: 2 year manufacturer warranty

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#1
Good price for 1TB

Can I get £2 off with that code? Can't see where to put it in?!!
Also don't forget quidco.

EDIT: Never mind, can't use the voucher with this product

Edited By: synet on Sep 20, 2010 18:32: .
#2
Heat added. Its a good deal, but I personally have had nothing but problems with Iomega, and where I used to work, we had a lot of these returned.
#3
On the flip side, i've had this drive for a while now and havent had any problems with it so far, its been excellent. Heat added.
#4
why do no decent externals with an e-sata port ever turn up?!
#5
Ouenben
why do no decent externals with an e-sata port ever turn up?!


Because not many computers have e-sata ports and lots of people don't know what the ports are for anyway and don't have the right cable.

If you're interested, why not buy the drive and put it in an e-sata case, the drive's cheap enough
#6
Decent price but these external drives have been £45 - £50 delivered for a while now.

I am running out of space, when I do though its 2b internal drives now....
#7
The Tesco Western Digital deal was better, £45 with a £10 off voucher. Worked in IT for many years and have to say my experience of Iomega drives is awful. I bought one very cheap against my better judgment about a year ago and it was dead in 3 months. I recommend trying to get the tesco deal or at least pick a better brand.

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