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Maxtor 320GB Basics 2.5" External Hard Drive £54.95 @ PCWorld

£54.95 @ PC World
This Maxtor 320GB hard drive is ideal for those on the move. Whether youre travelling to and from work, school or university, going away on business or just want to back-up your files.
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
This Maxtor 320GB hard drive is ideal for those on the move. Whether youre travelling to and from work, school or university, going away on business or just want to back-up your files.
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This Maxtor 320GB hard drive is ideal for those on the move. Whether youre travelling to and from work, school or university, going away on business or just want to back-up your files.


No it isn't?!

It's a 3.5" drive so it's big & heavy.
It also needs a seperate 12V 2amp brick to power it, making it even heavier!

If you want a portable 320gb external usb harddrive, goto Tesco and buy an iomega 2.5" usb powered 320gb drive - they're currently on offer at £44.97.

Average product & a poor price, voted ice cold.
#2
The 500GB is the same price in Curry's
banned#3
worst deal ever, i bought a 500gb for £19 at Sainsbury's!
#4
So cold.. turn on the central heating. :-D
#5
Watch out for the polar bears!
#6
As stated by the OP this is a 2.5" drive, so why is everyone going on about it being 3.5", needing an external power supply etc?

That said, the Iomega at Tesco is a better buy
#7
fitzu
As stated by the OP this is a 2.5" drive, so why is everyone going on about it being 3.5", needing an external power supply etc?

That said, the Iomega at Tesco is a better buy


I stand corrected; thought the 'basics' range was 3.5" only.
#8
Looks the same as the one i bought from Cdiscount the other day measures 5" x 3.5" and its powered by 2 USB cables 1 for power & 1 for data transfer so if you're short on USB slots be warned mine was a bargain new customer etc £35.
#9
This is a good product. I got it from Cdiscount as well for £35 as a new customer. I think it is on offer there for £49.99 at the minute.

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