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Novatech SATA 500GB 2.5" 5400rpm SATA II High Speed Notebook Hard Drive £57.50 £61.10

£61.10 @ Novatech
Novatech replacement 2.5" notebook hard drives are an ideal choice for replacing existing laptop drives. These hard drives are straight from the same production stock as used in every Novatch laptop c… Read More
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Novatech replacement 2.5" notebook hard drives are an ideal choice for replacing existing laptop drives. These hard drives are straight from the same production stock as used in every Novatch laptop computer and will always be of the highest quality from a major manufacturer such as Fujitsu, Hitachi or Western Digital.

Capacity 500GB
Interface SATA II
Spin Speed 5400rpm
Features - Low Voltage Power Consumption
- Ultra Quiet Performance


Free delivery if you select 3 to 4 days service.

item is posted via royal mail

PRICE UPDATE

WAS £57.50 NOW £61.10

ALSO DON'T FORGET QUIDCO
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#1
Good price for a big 2.5" drive!
#2
nice price
#3
Anyone know what I'd need to get one of these working in a Dell Studio 17 laptop? I know the sata interface isn't standard ???
1 Like #4
steve1221
Anyone know what I'd need to get one of these working in a Dell Studio 17 laptop? I know the sata interface isn't standard ???

One of these drives will work in your laptop.
As for the install shouldnt be too hard its just 2 screws in my inspiron 1525.
#5
Blocparty12
One of these drives will work in your laptop.
As for the install shouldnt be too hard its just 2 screws in my inspiron 1525.


Thanks, I thought I needed a caddy and an interface adaptor. . .

I'll go and order one..
#6
Not good, not knowing what brand. Many people have had bad experiences from a particular brand that they would rather avoid.
#7
steve1221
Thanks, I thought I needed a caddy and an interface adaptor.

Go to Dell's website and they'll have instructions. Usually takes less than 5 minutes to swap out hard drives on standard size laptops but it's often much worse on Netbooks or small form factor laptops.
#8
steve1221
Anyone know what I'd need to get one of these working in a Dell Studio 17 laptop? I know the sata interface isn't standard ???

http://support.euro.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/1735/en/SM/hdd.htm#wp1109848
#9


Thanks for that, but I wanted to add it as a 2nd drive rather than replace the one that's there now, so I guess I do need a caddy and sata interface ?
#10
Good deal if it's a WD, perhaps there is a way to find out before you buy.
#11
are the 500gb 2.5" drives not 12mm thick therefore will not fit in most laptops... i got the hitachi one last year and had to send back cos of this problem, most 2.5" drives only 9mm thick...
#12
steve1221
Anyone know what I'd need to get one of these working in a Dell Studio 17 laptop? I know the sata interface isn't standard ???


Yes for that laptop you will need a kage there an adaptor for sata to "dell" attached to it. I would look to see if dell sell them seperatly via there website.

Also the adaptor for the hard drive will come if you order a replacement hard drive for a warrenty repair. You could ask enginner nicly to leave one with u if your ever getting next buisness day call out.

I really like the fact that this laptop had a secondary hard drive slot but just a shame that u need to get the adaptor for it. Needs to be that way for the way the laptop is put together.

Hope this has helped.
#13
Will this work in a PS3?
#14
Going_Digital
Not good, not knowing what brand. Many people have had bad experiences from a particular brand that they would rather avoid.


Totally agree I wouldn't put anything other than a wd scorpio or a seagate momentus in my laptops. If it's getting chucked in a external hdd case I dont suppose it matters.
#15
Feet
are the 500gb 2.5" drives not 12mm thick therefore will not fit in most laptops... i got the hitachi one last year and had to send back cos of this problem, most 2.5" drives only 9mm thick...


Yeah, this may be 12.5mm thick and therefore won't fit in most laptops.
#16
Feet
are the 500gb 2.5" drives not 12mm thick therefore will not fit in most laptops... i got the hitachi one last year and had to send back cos of this problem, most 2.5" drives only 9mm thick...


EndlessWaves
Yeah, this may be 12.5mm thick and therefore won't fit in most laptops.


It is a small risk only if Novatech is getting rid of old stock as the current Hitachi is 9.5mm thick as is the current Fujitsu, whilst the first iterations of the 500gb in either was 12.5mm.
If you are very unlucky you might get saddled with an old Toshiba spinning at 4200rpm. Might be worth ringing up first to check what they have in stock.
#17
for some dell laptops that take 2 drives, you need a metal case/caddy that holds the drive in place and an adapter that connects the sata connections. apparently you can get them on ebay, but i'd suggest calling dell first, see if you can blag one free. you can't fit the drive without it as the sata connection on the drive sticks straight out, but on the laptop it's on the bottom
#18
JediX
Will this work in a PS3?


Should work fine, tempted to get one for mine.
#19
neet to know what brand this is
#20
Never purchase a HDD without knowing the brand name.
#21
Wyrdo
Should work fine, tempted to get one for mine.


Yeah, it should work, I'm tempted too:)

ganon
neet to know what brand this is


Deal Searcher
Never purchase a HDD without knowing the brand name.


I'd probs pay ~£7 more for the Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500gb: http://hotukdeals.com/item/435820/western-digital-scorpio-blue-500gb-/
#22
Can I use this to upgrade a MacBook Pro 13"? (New June 09 model)

Not sure what size the HDD has to be... :(
#23
If the drive supplied is over 9mm in height it won't fit in the PS3.
#24
nerner
Can I use this to upgrade a MacBook Pro 13"? (New June 09 model)

Not sure what size the HDD has to be... :(

Only if it is 9mm in height.

I would assume these are 12.5mm drives unless they say otherwise.
#25
nice..........
#26
I recieved FUJITSU model MJA2500BH G2


its 9.5mm

http://www.fujitsu.com/us/services/computing/storage/hdd/mobile/mja2500bh-sata.html

there is 3 years warrenty and dont forget quidco as well

i put it in a medion akoya mini e1210 and it works fine.
#27
is it noisy? does it make any clicking sounds?
#28
notice a diference not silent but not loud either, runs fine no clicking
#29
is this ps3 compatible?
#30
uk has a new postal service called "rpyal mail"

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