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Maxtor 4TB M3 Portable USB3.0 External Hard Drive - £110.97 delivered - BT Shop

£110.97 @ BT Shop
- >Currently, the cheapest 4TB portable usb 3.0 available in the market @ £110.97 delivered. -> Use Quidco to get a few quid cashback on this drive from BT SHOP. Reviews: http://www.techradar… Read More
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6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago
- >Currently, the cheapest 4TB portable usb 3.0 available in the market @ £110.97 delivered.

-> Use Quidco to get a few quid cashback on this drive from BT SHOP.

Reviews:
http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/pc-components/storage/disk-drives-hdd-ssd/samsung-m3-portable-4tb-1301619/review

Additional Info on this device :

https://www.7dayshop.com/products/maxtor-m3-portable-2-5-4tb-usb-3-0-external-hard-drive-hx-m401tcb-gm-hx-m401tcb/gm
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6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago
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But those aren't portable.
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That's desktop not Portable.
2 Likes #4
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!
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Hassann
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!
Without triggering a political argument here, does Brexit & the slump in the pound have anything to do with the recently increasing HDD prices?
#6
Mocking_Bird
Without triggering a political argument here, does Brexit & the slump in the pound have anything to do with the recently increasing HDD prices?
Undoubtedly. But there's also a shortage of SSD components atm.
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Mocking_Bird
Hassann
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!
Without triggering a political argument here, does Brexit & the slump in the pound have anything to do with the recently increasing HDD prices?

It's more expensive on Amazon 'FRANCE', also Amazon GERMANY and they are the Exact same price as Amazon UK.




Edited By: shasnir on Jan 16, 2017 12:14: Exact
1 Like #8
popoyaya
Mocking_Bird
Without triggering a political argument here, does Brexit & the slump in the pound have anything to do with the recently increasing HDD prices?
Undoubtedly. But there's also a shortage of SSD components atm.
Undoubtedly? These were £139.99 in April 2016 on Amazon, 2 months before the vote. The lowest they have ever been on Amazon is £103.22. At £110.97 it's £5.15 lower than it's yearly average of £116.12.
#9
it is good hdd i got one from amazon 6 months ago for £106 ,
#10
Mocking_Bird
Hassann
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!
Without triggering a political argument here, does Brexit & the slump in the pound have anything to do with the recently increasing HDD prices?

No its a worldwide thing. I don't think the Low exchange rate is affecting prices yet but will do eventually so long term likely to get more expensive, at least compared to the US and Europe
#11
Will this thingiemabob work with my trust mac?
if so must be worth a punt to store movie clips on.
#12
midiman
Mocking_Bird
Hassann
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!
Without triggering a political argument here, does Brexit & the slump in the pound have anything to do with the recently increasing HDD prices?
No its a worldwide thing. I don't think the Low exchange rate is affecting prices yet but will do eventually so long term likely to get more expensive, at least compared to the US and Europe
No? But the exchange rate ukp for eastern countries (where they are manufactured) has dropped very markedly.
#13
Yep...just check the second info link in the posting...so ordered me one....
please note there is a delivery charge..even with cheapest option it still cost me £115..but i really really needed one.
so many thanks for this ...heat added :)
#14

Only 98p cheaper? lol you having a laugh
I also had a look at the internal drives and they are very expensive.
#15
Maxtor? Did they disappear years ago?

Heat anyway OP X)
#16
I got one of these. Stored all my wedding and honeymoon photos on it and it failed after 6 months. I never checked online forums before buying but wish I did. Check for m3 HDD not recognised or refusing to read. just a heads up for everyone. you may be lucky though.
#17
That's because most of the stock for them is shipped from here

shasnir
Mocking_Bird
Hassann
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!
Without triggering a political argument here, does Brexit & the slump in the pound have anything to do with the recently increasing HDD prices?
It's more expensive on Amazon 'FRANCE', also Amazon GERMANY and they are the Exact same price as Amazon UK.
#18
That can happen to any & all hard drives that's why you're supposed to keep valuable stuff in several places at once, these portable drives are especially vulnerable

blue791
I got one of these. Stored all my wedding and honeymoon photos on it and it failed after 6 months. I never checked online forums before buying but wish I did. Check for m3 HDD not recognised or refusing to read. just a heads up for everyone. you may be lucky though.
#19
Hassann
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!

You might be confusing it with 3.5" which i not portable.
Old deal could in many cases still be seen. Mind to tell where did you get it from, any link ??
#20
slipd
Maxtor? Did they disappear years ago?
Heat anyway OP X)

They got bought by Seagate. There's really only 2x mechanical hard drive manufacturers now, Seagate and WD and they own the smaller brands which they use to propagate the market with the appearance of variety.
#21
jasee
midiman
Mocking_Bird
Hassann
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!
Without triggering a political argument here, does Brexit & the slump in the pound have anything to do with the recently increasing HDD prices?
No its a worldwide thing. I don't think the Low exchange rate is affecting prices yet but will do eventually so long term likely to get more expensive, at least compared to the US and Europe
No? But the exchange rate ukp for eastern countries (where they are manufactured) has dropped very markedly.


Don't know all the ins and outs but from what I understand exchange rates are known to fluctuate. For purposes of stability rates are agreed over a period of time. It would not be unreasonable to assume that these are reviewed over time. At some point our exchange rates will have to be reviewed (if they haven't done so already) and inevitably will not go in our favor. Of course if you are buying direct from the far east it stands to reason what you pay will depend on the exchange rate of the day
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pantaiema
Hassann
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!

You might be confusing it with 3.5" which i not portable.
Old deal could in many cases still be seen. Mind to tell where did you get it from, any link ??


Nah it's a portable one exactly the same as this one.

Link below to the original deal:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/seagate-maxtor-m3-portable-external-hard-drive-4tb-groupon-for-80-34-with-voucher-2518459
#23
Hassann
pantaiema
Hassann
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!
You might be confusing it with 3.5" which i not portable.
Old deal could in many cases still be seen. Mind to tell where did you get it from, any link ??
Nah it's a portable one exactly the same as this one.
Link below to the original deal:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/seagate-maxtor-m3-portable-external-hard-drive-4tb-groupon-for-80-34-with-voucher-2518459
I bought two then, was a very good deal in retrospect - wish I'd got a third.

slipd
Maxtor? Did they disappear years ago?
Heat anyway OP X)
Maxtor = Seagate
#24
EvilMatt
slipd
Maxtor? Did they disappear years ago?
Heat anyway OP X)
They got bought by Seagate. There's really only 2x mechanical hard drive manufacturers now, Seagate and WD and they own the smaller brands which they use to propagate the market with the appearance of variety.
Don't forget Toshiba!

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/87/Diagram_of_Hard_Disk_Drive_Manufacturer_Consolidation.svg/800px-Diagram_of_Hard_Disk_Drive_Manufacturer_Consolidation.svg.png
#25
BustaLinx
EvilMatt
slipd
Maxtor? Did they disappear years ago?
Heat anyway OP X)
They got bought by Seagate. There's really only 2x mechanical hard drive manufacturers now, Seagate and WD and they own the smaller brands which they use to propagate the market with the appearance of variety.
Don't forget Toshiba!https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/87/Diagram_of_Hard_Disk_Drive_Manufacturer_Consolidation.svg/800px-Diagram_of_Hard_Disk_Drive_Manufacturer_Consolidation.svg.png

Damn, I always forget about Toshiba.

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