Maxtor Basics 320GB Portable Hard Drive Hi Speed USB - Ruby Red £44.99 + Delivery @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Your work, your photos, your songs, your digital video, your memories. Take them all with you in Maxtor's portable shock-protected hard drive. Ideal for home and office, it's easy to use. Just connect the USB cable into your PC or Mac and it immediately appears as another drive on your computer.

Storage made simple, it can hold up to 25,600 digital photos (JPEG normal), or 1330 hours of digital music (MP3), or 80 hours of digital video.

Maxtor has been providing proven, reliable storage solutions for over 20 years. The industrial design of this generation of external hard drives includes shock protection, EMI protection and the SATA hard drive technology. Maxtor continues to stand behind quality.
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#1
Looks like a very good price for a 320gb Usb power hard drive...
#2
£47.57 delivered
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#4
Good price but is this one not better for the extra £3 for 180gb more?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/458163/maxtor-500gb-hard-drive-usb2-0-8mb-/
#5
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Good price but is this one not better for the extra £3 for 180gb more?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/458163/maxtor-500gb-hard-drive-usb2-0-8mb-/


Nope .. it is not USB feed, it is mains powered.
#6
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Nope .. it is not USB feed, it is mains powered.


Ah my bad sorry.
#7
I picked up one of these a while ago and it seems pretty good! Encrypted a large chunk with truecrypt and havent noticed any performance problems. I would definately recommend this drive.
#8
I got this and its a bit slow when accessing the files. I never experienced any slowness compared to this with a few of my other portable hard drives but they are around 100GB or under only. Not sure if the larger the GB, the slower in accessing the files?
#9
My local Currys had 40 of these (black and red) and they were hardly shifting as people preferred the other makes albeit more expensive. So the Manager Special slashed the price to £30 and they were all sold out in a week. I bought one as SCAN also had this at around £45. So £30 is worth a gamble. The drive could be powered with one USB connection from a Dell Inspiron laptop but others have reported that on other laptops the additional USB power is needed as well. It is a very quiet drive. But for £45 not such a great deal from Ebuyer. I would instead go for a well make (Samsung, Hitachi, Western Digital) bare SATA 2.5" disk with much larger cache for £40 and then spend about £10 for a SATA enclosure.
#10
I have one of these and it works great
#11
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My local Currys had 40 of these (black and red) and they were hardly shifting as people preferred the other makes albeit more expensive. So the Manager Special slashed the price to £30 and they were all sold out in a week. I bought one as SCAN also had this at around £45. So £30 is worth a gamble. The drive could be powered with one USB connection from a Dell Inspiron laptop but others have reported that on other laptops the additional USB power is needed as well. It is a very quiet drive. But for £45 not such a great deal from Ebuyer. I would instead go for a well make (Samsung, Hitachi, Western Digital) bare SATA 2.5" disk with much larger cache for £40 and then spend about £10 for a SATA enclosure.


indeed my local Currys is banging hard drives out today,end of line i think, i bought a verbatim 2.5" usb powered 320gb which has a samsung drive in it for £44.

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