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Medion - 2.5" 500 GB Hard Drive £59.99 @ ALDI

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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Ultra-slim, mighty useful, portable hard drive.

8MB cache
USB 2.0 connector
No power AC adaptor needed

http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/2827_12766.htm

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#2


It's Gordon's fault by letting Sterling sink so low against the Euro (which is now one of the strongest currencies, and we could have been protected by beeing part of it).
#3
Thanks - will check my local
#4
average price, iomega select 500gb £59.99 at ebuyer, quickfind code: 169798
#5
pet2000
It's Gordon's fault by letting Sterling sink so low against the Euro (which is now one of the strongest currencies, and we could have been protected by beeing part of it).

Seen how much prices have gone up on the continent? Pound is fine, cheers. Whatever the Euro is makes no difference to me as I don't go to countries using it much, in fact, once in the past five years.
#6
Adamo
Seen how much prices have gone up on the continent? Pound is fine, cheers. Whatever the Euro is makes no difference to me as I don't go to countries using it much, in fact, once in the past five years.

So it's "I'm all right Jack" then!

Pound vs US Dollar more likely to affect most goods though as international trading is largely done in dollars.

On the bright side the low pound means a few more people might keep their jobs though, especially if your company is in manufacturing and export (are there any left?).
#7
pet2000
It's Gordon's fault by letting Sterling sink so low against the Euro (which is now one of the strongest currencies, and we could have been protected by beeing part of it).

No I got to disagree with you! The Euro has it's own problems in value of the Euro in differant countries. Becuase of how much those job are paid comapred to same job in another country. The Euro zone has been affected by this world recession, caused by the W ANKERS playing with other peoples money. Thou as the Euro zone has more heavy industry compared to the UK SERVICE sector, this is why we are feeling the pinch. Just look at the economy of Japan, and America.
I dont disagree that something better could have been done. To be honest, it's hard call to make and determine what will give the best results.
#8
Two available in Huntingdon St, Nottingham
#9
anyone know what drive is inside, assuming SATA but what make?
#10
jonathan_d
anyone know what drive is inside, assuming SATA but what make?


My first guess would be Seagate.
#11
Adamo
Seen how much prices have gone up on the continent? Pound is fine, cheers. Whatever the Euro is makes no difference to me as I don't go to countries using it much, in fact, once in the past five years.


I hear ya!

Stick with the quid all the way if you value a lower cost lifestyle - after living on the continent for almost 2 years, and having been based in the USA between 2001~2007 the UK is a bloody bargain compared to our Euro paying brethern :thumbsup:

Tell me one place in Europe that's got a cheaper cost of living since the Euro came into effect?

All of my Euro colleagues tell me the Euro is more convenient but everything costs far more than previously.

Just look at the dual price tags on some Aldi products - they still convert at 1.5 euro to the pound generally speaking...

Back in the summer 08 or 09 I forget - Aldi or Lidl had a BBQ for sale - it was 89.99 in Euros and 39.99 in pounds :thinking:

OK, I'm off my (wornout) soapbox :oops:
#12
Any left in Central Scotland?
#13
hippyharry
My first guess would be Seagate.


bought one today to upgrade a laptop and it is a seagate, 3 yr warranty as well

http://www.seagate.com/ww/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=04d26c9cf9c2d110VgnVCM100000f5ee0a0aRCRD
#14
jonathan_d
bought one today to upgrade a laptop and it is a seagate, 3 yr warranty as well

http://www.seagate.com/ww/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=04d26c9cf9c2d110VgnVCM100000f5ee0a0aRCRD


but if u have taken the drive out, then u dont have any warranty on it now. warranty is null and void.

i was going to buy one of these today to upgrade my ps3, but there are some very bad reviews on this drive once installed in the ps3. its very very slow, alot of people returned them.
#15
there is no way they can tell if the drive has been removed, no seals or anything to break
#16
whats so hot about this? if it was £29.99 then it'd be hot, but 60 notes is nowt special :thinking:

cold sorry!

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