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NEW Freecom Mobile Drive XXS 320GB USB-2 External Portable Hard Drive Worlds smallest 2.5 drive £61.97 @ Amazon

£61.97 @ Amazon
NEW Freecom Mobile Drive XXS 320GB USB-2 External Portable Hard Drive Worlds smallest 2.5 drive The world's smallest 2.5" external hard drive Compact size, fits easily into your pocket 27% smalle…
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NEW Freecom Mobile Drive XXS 320GB USB-2 External Portable Hard Drive Worlds smallest 2.5 drive

The world's smallest 2.5" external hard drive
Compact size, fits easily into your pocket
27% smaller in volume than the closest competitor
Designed with unique form-fi tting injection moulded rubber for optimal grip
Including compact sized USB Cable, no "cable mess" anymore inside your bag!
Buspowered, no need to carry a bulky AC adapter
Excellent value for money
No cooling fan, ensures quiet operation
The perfect storage extension for your notebook or desktop computer
Perfectly suited for making easy "drag & drop" backups of your important files
High quality and sleek design, only 109.8 x 79.5 x 13.5 mm
Weighs not much more than a mobile phone
One year manufacturer's warranty and unlimited free helpdesk support
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banned#1
Good luck, this hasn't done well in the past! :w00t:
#2
I use one of these at work - fantastic product. Good price here too, so heat left.
#3
Showing as £65.18 for me right now.
#4
I paid £59 back in december from Amazon, so not an amazing deal really.
#5
Any 500GB ones?

and how can it been the worlds smallest 2.5 inch drive. Surely anything 2.5 inches is 2.5 inches you can't get smaller :P
#6
Nice but shouldn't really cost anymore than £30
#7
maletwickenham I guess that they are refering to the housing for the drive not the drive itself!
#8
maletwickenham
Any 500GB ones?

and how can it been the worlds smallest 2.5 inch drive. Surely anything 2.5 inches is 2.5 inches you can't get smaller :P


just put it in a smaller case than your competitors :whistling:
#9
robpears
Nice but shouldn't really cost anymore than £30


Really? Are there any 320Gb 2.5" drives anywhere for £30? I've just paid £44 to Tesco for the 250gb...and I can take it back if there are better deals out there.
#10
robpears
Nice but shouldn't really cost anymore than £30


No chance of that im afraid, £30 for a 320gb 2.5" drive?? You must be kidding.
#11
I wonder if there's any way to upgrade my 160gb iPod to 320gb, or if that's just silly.
Looking forward to the day I can buy a 1tb flash drive music player :)
#12
MBeeching
I wonder if there's any way to upgrade my 160gb iPod to 320gb, or if that's just silly.
Looking forward to the day I can buy a 1tb flash drive music player :)


Your iPod has a 1.8" drive inside, unless Apple has change the form factor. Toshiba announced a 240GB drive a few months back. Probably not worth the upgrade cost. Apple buys these drives in bulk and gets huge discounts, which you won't.

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/toshiba-harddrive-hdd,6348.html
#13
It is £ 65.18 not £ 61.97...
#14
I got a WD My Passport 320GB from Pixmania for £65 delivered.

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/949413/art/western-digital/my-passport-essential-320.html

Same capacity as the Freecom one (320GB), but doesn't look like a ugly chunk of black plastic.
In white it nicely matches my white iMac.

Ashley
#15
robpears
Nice but shouldn't really cost anymore than £30


Well that is just nonsense.


maletwickenham
Any 500GB ones?

and how can it been the worlds smallest 2.5 inch drive. Surely anything 2.5 inches is 2.5 inches you can't get smaller :P


The reason it is the smallest is because the usual SATA/USB interface PCB has been moved into the actual drive housing. Until other manufacturers do this then it will be smaller.
1 Like #16
Much better to build your own imho.

Something like:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/146083

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http://*********.co.uk/USB-2-5-SATA-Hard-Drive-HDD-External-Enclosure-Case-2B_W0QQitemZ260337447224QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Collectables_HardDriveEnclosures_RL?hash=item260337447224&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=72%3A1683|66%3A2|65%3A12|39%3A1|240%3A1318
http://i1.ebayimg.com/04/i/001/26/82/6540_1.JPG

Works out a few quid more than this offer but for those couple of extra quid you get some serious extra performance and warranty (See list below)

Faster & much better HDD (Decent WD 7k2 drive instead of rubbish Samsung 5k4 drive)
2X extra Cache (16MB Vs the Samsungs 8MB)
5X extra warranty (5 years instead of 1 (on the HDD that is but considering thats the only thing with moving parts that's more likely to go then the solid state HDD controler)
Only slightly bigger but still VERY small (Basically the size of the 2.5" drive)

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