Lacie 2.5" 250GB External Portable Hard Drive - £66.96 (£73.13 Delivered) @ Overclockers - HotUKDeals
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The ideal travel companion for your computer, the LaCie Mobile Disk delivers generous storage capacity at an affordable price. It features a sturdy, sleek black aluminium enclosure to reliably protect your data on the road and it was engineered to be remarkably thin and lightweight so you can take it anywhere. With a fast 5400RPM rotational speed and a burst transfer rate of up to 28-32MB/s, the Mobile Disk brings you the performance and universal connectivity of Hi-Speed USB 2.0.

- Interface USB 2.0 (1.1 compatiblity)
- Capacity 250GB
- 5400 RPM
- 8MB Cache Buffer
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#1
Why is this cold? Seems a stunning deal to me???

Voted hot

Sin
#2
LaCie 500GB USB2 7200rpm 8MB, Designed by F.A Porsche £67.84 inc vat.

is it still looking good now? and the above is the far superior silver designed version and had on/off switch at back.
#3
This is a 2.5" drive that is probably USB powered. The other LaCie drive is 3.5" and needs external power, it's not very portable. They're not comparable really.
#4
Godzooky 1973;1502029
LaCie 500GB USB2 7200rpm 8MB, Designed by F.A Porsche £67.84 inc vat.

is it still looking good now? and the above is the far superior silver designed version and had on/off switch at back.


Please show me where I can get a 500gb 2.5" HDD, I didn't think they existed :?
#5
Godzooky 1973
LaCie 500GB USB2 7200rpm 8MB, Designed by F.A Porsche £67.84 inc vat.

is it still looking good now? and the above is the far superior silver designed version and had on/off switch at back.

Duh! Comparing a USB powered drive with a mains powered one :whistling:
I bet you wish you could withdraw you cold vote!
#6
:-D

Looks like a good deal to me!!!

cheers

ajay
#7
anyone have any idea how good these lacie drives are compared to the WD passport ones?
#8
Still around.. thanks for the pointer andreyvo :)

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