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Samsung Spinpoint 500GB £19.84 @eBuyer

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5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
I spotted this whilst looking for a cheap harddrive for a friend. It's not fantastic but 500GB for under £20...

7200RPM
SATA
16MB cache
OEM (drive only - no cables/box)
Price excludes P&P

Previously listed as £31.99 ex delivery.
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#1
Good deal, but should really include the delivery cost within the price (Within 5 Working Days Super Saver - £4.18).
Free delivery if you spend over £50 though...

The 500gb F3 is a cracking drive, very fast. I found it quieter than the 1tb version too.

Edited By: MBeeching on Feb 16, 2011 16:19
#2
-10 degrees in 5 minutes. Is there somewhere else that's doing 500GB for £5 then?
#3
Hot from me but don't need one.
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SgtFlash
-10 degrees in 5 minutes. Is there somewhere else that's doing 500GB for £5 then?


Probably because you have not detailed the correct price, delivery charge should be included in the total as you can't get the drive for "£19.84" without delivery, or spending 2.5 x's the price of this drive by it's self to qualify for free delivery.
#5
Warranty ?????
#6
This is scorchio if you want it as a cheap primary drive or whatever and don't need 2TB...
#7
sold out now :(
#8
I remember paying around £70 for one of these not all that long ago :{ .
#9
wanted a couple for RAID but theres only one left :( I'll leave it for someone else i suppose.....

Great spot btw, my F3 1tb (not a silent drive by any means) is pretty fast! Hot for the last one.

Edited By: jaybear88 on Feb 16, 2011 17:23
#10
All gone now then :)
#11
B LOCKS - OOS :(

Edited By: dorito on Feb 16, 2011 18:05
#12
Was it a pricing error?
#13
pat8
Was it a pricing error?
No, 1TB and 2TB drives are so cheap now that lower capacity drives like these lose their value and get sold off.

Edited By: Tony Harrison on Feb 16, 2011 18:23
#14
Tony Harrison
pat8
Was it a pricing error?
No, 1TB and 2TB drives are so cheap now that lower capacity drives like these lose their value and get sold off.

Thanks, i appreciate what your saying...At that price it looked like a pricing error.

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