Samsung 3TB D3 Station External Desktop Hard Drive - Black £74.98 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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The Samsung D3 Station External Hard Drive provides up to 3TB of desktop storage for all of your music, videos and photos. The durable black design stands up to the rigors of daily use and looks great next to your computer.


Sleek design
Compact size and streamlined shape
SafetyKey protection for your data

Samsung SafetyKey improves data security when using Samsung AutoBackup. The backup data can be protected by setting a password on backups with data compression.

Box Content

3TB D3 Station External Hard Drive
USB cable
Power adapter
Quick Install Guide
Software preloaded on the drive
Electronic User Documentation (PDF)

Operating System

Windows 8/7/Vista/XP SP2, Mac OS X 10.4.8 or later

Performance Specification

SuperSpeed USB 3.0 (Max): 5.0Gb/s

Environmental Specification

Temperature (operating): 5° to 40°C
Temperature (nonoperating): 20° to 65°C


AutoBackup personal backup solution
Secure Drive for worry-free data security
SecretZone can encrypt data on a virtual drive


Weight (Max): 813g
Height (Max): 47mm
Width: 129.2mm
Length: 180.6mm

Warranty & Support

3 Year Manufacturer Warranty
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Only problem with this is I feel like I'm over paying after the £99.99/4TB Argos offer that then got discounted to £79.99. That said £25/TB is about as good as it gets normally and 3 year warranty is decent.
Thats a whole lot of storage, don't really know what people do with this much storage.
Never saw the 4tb @ 99.99 at Argos on here, let alone any mention of it being dropped to 79.99
Thats a whole lot of storage, don't really know what people do with this much storage.

Store stuff :D I back up my movies onto hard drives as who can be bothered to swap discs these days?

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