Maxtor 1.5TB Basics EXTERNAL HDD @ Microdirect - £119.02 DELIVERED - HotUKDeals
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The Seagate Basics External Desktop hard drive is ideal for when you need simple, reliable add-on storage, or a worry-free storage solution for your home/work files or need to easily handle your expanding collection of digital photos, audio files, and documents.

Your work, your photos, your songs, your digital video, your memories - Store them all safely and securely in Seagates External Desktop Hard Drive.

Ideal for home and office, its easy to use--just connect the power adaptor; then connect the USB cable into your PC or Mac and your Seagate Desktop Hard Drive appears as another drive on your computer.

Perfect for the Home PC or laptop user who needs extra storage in a hurry.

Storage made simple Use the extra capacity to free up the space on your PC or Mac for better performance, or to add more of your favorite files every 100GB of storage can hold up to 32,000 digital photos (JPEG normal), or 1665 hours of digital music(MP3), or 100 hours of digital video.

Quality and reliability of Seagate. The industrial design of this next generation of external hard drives includes shock protection, EMI protection and the newest SATA hard drive technology.

Seagate continues to stand behind quality and includes a three-year warranty.

1-3 Standard Day Delivery
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Can get from Amazon for £114.99 free super saver delivery

from the one review though, I would avoid.
I bought one of these from PC World a couple of weeks ago for basically the same price. Havent had any problems at all so far.
Doesnt have an on/off switch, but boots up and closes with the PC, which is exactly what I was looking for.

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