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Lacie 120GB 2.5" HDD: £49.94 @ saverstore.com

£49.94 @ SaverStore.Com
Lacie 120GB 2.5" HDD - only £49.94 Free Delv on orders £49.99 Ultra slim and portable 5400 RPM; 2MB cache USB 2.0 Read More
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9y, 11m agoFound 9 years, 11 months ago
Lacie 120GB 2.5" HDD - only £49.94

Free Delv on orders £49.99

Ultra slim and portable
5400 RPM; 2MB cache
USB 2.0
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#1
Bit expensive when GB/£ ratio worked out but good if you want it for its portability.

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#2
Cheap for this kind of HDD... ignore the comment above.
#3
gary_rip
Cheap for this kind of HDD... ignore the comment above.


Why ignore my comment? It was a genuine comment that this is expensive when one measures what you can pay in the megabyte per pound ratio but it is good value if you want the portability which this offers?

Can you point out what I have said that is wrong please?
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#4
Voted hot.
It's the cheapest 120GB 2.5" drive i've seen. Not sure what delivery charges are, but iirc, it's free if you spend over £50...so add a 30p mouse mat and you've got a good deal.

Even 120gb 2.5" bare internal drives aren't this cheap, so if you're looknig for an upgrade, you can tear the case apart (well...open gently) and use the drive inside!

G
#5
Excellent Price
voted hot.
#6
Diodorus-siculus
Can you point out what I have said that is wrong please?


Your not comparing like for like!

Its like saying buy a fiesta cos the price per wheel is cheaper!
#7
This is definitely a hot deal for a 2.5" drive of this capacity. Maybe its the whole Saverstore/Savastore issue that's getting cold votes ?
#8
gary_rip
Your not comparing like for like!

Its like saying buy a fiesta cos the price per wheel is cheaper!


OK - I get the point of that; but to be fair I did say that if it is the type of disk you need, it's good value.

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#9
You started by saying "bit expensive" when its the cheapest 120gb (mobile) HDD going and as such you prob made people vote it cold when its a hot deal but...

I also get your point but try not to put people off on the first post unless it really is a crap deal. :)
#10
somebody please tell me one simple thing. why wd 60gb for £40 is good deal and 120gb Lacie for £49 isn't?
#11
This is a great price for a 2.5" External drive! Voted hot!
#12
I am using Lacie 100gb hard drive for more than a year now and never had a problem with it.
#13
I bought the 160Gb version of this (for about £80 in Switzerland), and they're excellent.

Get yourselves one of these, and a Philips DVP5960 £40 HDMI upscaling DVD player from Amazon.co.uk. This has a USB port on the front of it, you can plug these little Lacie beauties into the front of it, and watch your downloads directly on your telly.

Excellent stuff !
#14
I have this drive. Works like a charm. No complaints. Smaller than I expected. Cooler than I expected.
#15
That's a great find, definitely! Voted hot and added rep! ;)
#16
Personally, I'd pay the extra £7 and get the 160Gb version from Ebuyer (Free delivery over £49.99 at mo).

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/123961

Good price though. Voted hot

Sin
#17
Has anyone used one of these or the 160gb version on a Macbook Pro?

I already have a 100gb version (think its a fujutsu drive) and i sometimes have problems powering it up on my macbook and the macbook really doesnt like it when you try to open the mac bootmenu (hold alt) with the drive attached.


Im hoping these drives ares ok?
#18
voting cold, its not a bad price but the ebuyer model is better value and too many people were ripped off by savastore.

re macbook problem - most laptops struggle to drive bus-powered devices that draw high currents such as pocket hard drives and phone chargers etc.. Have you tried when the macbook is connected to mains power? This can sometimes help.
#19
Goodman
somebody please tell me one simple thing. why wd 60gb for £40 is good deal and 120gb Lacie for £49 isn't?


Because this was a new deal and hasn't had enough time to accumulate enough votes. More people voting for hot = higher temperature = hot. Indeed, it is now hot.

Very good price, even if the 160GB from ebuyer is even better value.
#20
Voted warm on this deal as Savastore are nasty and the 160GB from ebuyer is better value but then they are no better than Savastore for reputation...A good deal overall if your after a 2.5" drive...;-)
#21
Thanks, Sin_of_Nature,
Just bought a 160GB form Ebuyer, 'was just about to buy one of 120GB, for the extra £7 its got to be worth it!
#22
crazylegs
but then they are no better than Savastore for reputation...


Sorry, can't agree with that - remember Savastore left hundreds of customers out of pocket when it folded. ebuyer have had their faults but I wouldn't fear them folding at a moments notice...
#23
Voted cold on the basis of merchant & 25% more storage for £7 more at ebuyer. Will rep OP though for the effort put in - on the face of it the deal isn't bad, but saverstore have had alot of bad press.
#24
jah128
Sorry, can't agree with that - remember Savastore left hundreds of customers out of pocket when it folded. ebuyer have had their faults but I wouldn't fear them folding at a moments notice...


I have to agree with you, jah.

I've been using Ebuyer for a few years and I build and repair PCs so they get a fair amount of business from me (for a consumer). By the law of averages, if they were that bad I think I'd have experienced difficulties with them by now. The only problem I've ever had was a couple of years back when they shipped me a 10/100 LAN card instead of a 56K modem. It was quickly and easily rectified, though.

Unlike Overclockers...

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