Samsung S1 Mini 200GB 1.8" Portable Hard Drive,3 years warranty £39.99 delivered @ ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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only available in black
The credit-card sized S1 Mini drive weighs only 85g, making it an ideal drive for people on the go
• USB On-board Technology - The most compact size, lower power, light weight
• Two ways of backup - Scheduled or in real-time
• SecretZone™ - Secure area for my private contents
• SafetyKey™ - For protecting your precious contents
• Power Saving mode - Automatically going into standby mode if there are 5min of inactivity
• Easy to set up, easy to use
• Capacity Gauge through tray icon (Windows O/S)
• 3-year limited warranty

IN THE BOX
S1 Portable External Hard Drive
USB Cable (80cm)
USB Mini Cable (10cm)
Carry Case
Quick Install Guide
Bundled Software pre installed on device

Weight & dimensions
Weight: 85g
Depth: 87mm
Height: 15.5mm
Width: 62mm
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#2
Can it be stripped and used as a internal hard drive?
#3
Tempted I'm on my iPhone is this a good price?
#4
http://www.samsung.com/global/business/hdd/newsView.do?b2b_bbs_msg_id=261
The new S1 Mini 250GB HDD will feature Spinpoint N3U which incorporates a native USB controller on its printed circuit board,


http://www.engadget.com/2009/07/09/samsungs-250gb-spinpoint-n3u-has-on-board-usb-personal-bonus-c/
And by including a native PATA to USB controller on the circuit board, Samsung has helped manufacturers eliminate a bit bulk from future portable USB disk offerings.


http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2009/07/20090709_02m.jpg

Edited By: qinyanggl on Sep 03, 2010 05:13: Add Pic
#5
MarzBarz
Tempted I'm on my iPhone is this a good price?

i can't find it cheaper m8. £54 on ebay
#6
MarzBarz
Tempted I'm on my iPhone is this a good price?


Are you serious?
1 Like #7
qinyanggl
MarzBarz
Tempted I'm on my iPhone is this a good price?


Are you serious?


He's got an iphone, he must be serious.
#8
qinyanggl
MarzBarz
Tempted I'm on my iPhone is this a good price?


Are you serious?


I am thinking the poster here is saying he is on his iPhone and unable to check all the other prices at this time. I don't think he means what you are thinking which is put this hard drive on the iPhone.
#9
Does any one know if this is compatible with the 160gb ipod classic (thickness of drive and connections)?

thanks
#10
What's an iPhone?!?

Nice wee drive but I'll keep to the 2.5 for now. As much as I'm tempted by said weeness! Brilliant for those who need this size though.
#11
brettreading
Does any one know if this is compatible with the 160gb ipod classic (thickness of drive and connections)?

thanks


Its not compatible, sorry.
#12
spawney
brettreading
Does any one know if this is compatible with the 160gb ipod classic (thickness of drive and connections)?

thanks


Its not compatible, sorry.


cheers.
#13
spawney
Its not compatible, sorry.

oops i thought it was,will change description.sorry.
#14
Not as hot as the Michael Jackson branded one a couple of weeks back, £37.99 for 500GB, exactly the same product otherwise...

I read somewhere that these 1.8" drives are slower than their 2.5" counterparts, 3600rpm as opposed to 5400rpm+? Can anyone confirm?
#15
Anyone know if this can be powered by a laptop USB port? All 2.5in external drives I've tried don't get enough power while USB sticks doo.
#16
usb sticks don't have to spin a drive... but to answer your question, try using a double header iusb cable which provides more power:
http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS4HwOQ-H8VHQspmVaoFlPS96B48RJYbHpGTsZkhDr0-lIRrxY&t=1&usg=__GsInUaizMnKHOOjWLge3h6ngSNA=

Edited By: mikerr on Sep 03, 2010 10:47: .
#17
piloteer81
Anyone know if this can be powered by a laptop USB port? All 2.5in external drives I've tried don't get enough power while USB sticks doo.


You can buy a lead that uses 2 usb ports in order to get enough power, some 2.5" drives come with them.
#18
thank s
#19
loopie
He's got an iphone, he must be serious.

X)
#20
djfost
Not as hot as the Michael Jackson branded one a couple of weeks back, £37.99 for 500GB, exactly the same product otherwise...I read somewhere that these 1.8" drives are slower than their 2.5" counterparts, 3600rpm as opposed to 5400rpm+? Can anyone confirm?

Not quite exactly the same product, seeing as the drive was larger.
#21
djfost
Not as hot as the Michael Jackson branded one a couple of weeks back, £37.99 for 500GB, exactly the same product otherwise...

I read somewhere that these 1.8" drives are slower than their 2.5" counterparts, 3600rpm as opposed to 5400rpm+? Can anyone confirm?


I don't believe that one was 1.8".
#22
Will a WDTV live power this drive?
#23
way smaller than MJ's hard d!.... in terms of dimensions.
hence speed reduction:
"The write rates, which we recored with the CrystalDiskMark, is not on par with usual 2.5 inch USB hard drives, but just 20 MB/s. So, you have to be patient, when writing. The access time of just 29ms would not allow a use as system drive, because starting software, opening files would take sensibly long. Fortunately for the S1, this is not that revelant for external storage devices."
#24
The fastest usb hard drives have write speeds of 33 meg/sec,
so 20 meg/sec isn't so bad.

Especially when you consider most usb pen drives have write speeds of 5 meg/sec or less !
#25
this is actually pretty tempting! need to resist buying this... since I really have no need for it! =P
#26
electric0ant
this is actually pretty tempting! need to resist buying this... since I really have no need for it! =P

You know you must have it!!
banned#27
ive ordered 3, very tempting to order more
#28
i dont see the problem. surely if you don't need it, don't buy it?! yes, it's a hot deal (voted hot of course), but it's still £40 - a huge sum to literally leave in desk's bottom drawer.

if you need more storage than a usb stick, and also portability (and will actually use this!) then buy. if you don't need it, don't buy it - just appreciate the deal by voting hot :)
#29
aircanman
qinyanggl
MarzBarz
Tempted I'm on my iPhone is this a good price?


Are you serious?


I am thinking the poster here is saying he is on his iPhone and unable to check all the other prices at this time. I don't think he means what you are thinking which is put this hard drive on the iPhone.


:D That made more sense.
#30
mikerr
The fastest usb hard drives have write speeds of 33 meg/sec, so 20 meg/sec isn't so bad.Especially when you consider most usb pen drives have write speeds of 5 meg/sec or less !

You need to buy some better pens

http://img687.imageshack.us/img687/927/gt1n.png

http://img191.imageshack.us/img191/5508/thr1.png

Edited By: dontasciime on Sep 03, 2010 15:36: img
#31
Most modern MLC flash usb drives are much slower than the old SLC voyager 8GB as you well know :)
#32
Must....resist.......!
#33
very very good price, nice one
#34
Poor price for 200GB.... MJ Samsung 500GB far better deal...

Very cold...

maxmix
#35
maxmix
Poor price for 200GB.... MJ Samsung 500GB far better deal...

Very cold...

maxmix


Mj was 2.5" was it not?.
#36
Is this any good for use in netbooks.
#37
gavjbrown
Is this any good for use in netbooks.

My FLIPStart pictured below takes a 1.8" harddrive... plan is to swap the stock 30GB HD for this Sammy one!
http://regmedia.co.uk/2008/01/17/flipstart_1.png
1 Like #38
darklight
gavjbrown
Is this any good for use in netbooks.
My FLIPStart pictured below takes a 1.8" harddrive... plan is to swap the stock 30GB HD for this Sammy one!http://regmedia.co.uk/2008/01/17/flipstart_1.png

It's got a unique fitting the circuit is part of the hdd with mini usb I/O
#39
dontasciime
darklight
gavjbrown
Is this any good for use in netbooks.
My FLIPStart pictured below takes a 1.8" harddrive... plan is to swap the stock 30GB HD for this Sammy one!http://regmedia.co.uk/2008/01/17/flipstart_1.png


It's got a unique fitting the circuit is part of the hdd with mini usb I/O


thanks dontasciime
#40
gavjbrown
I don't believe that one was 1.8".


I stand corrected :) I guess that it was just a bit smaller than a standard 2.5" usb drive because of the integrated USB I/O.

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