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Seagate Expansion 1TB External USB Desktop Hard Drive £74.99 @ Play (+Quidco)

£74.99 @ Play.Com
Form Factor: 3.5" Dimensions (WxDxH): 12.6 cm x 20.7 cm x 4 cm Weight: 1.02 kg Localisation: Middle East, Africa, Europe Capacity: 1TB Interface Type: Hi-Speed USB Data Transfer Rate: 480 Mbps … Read More
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Form Factor: 3.5"
Dimensions (WxDxH): 12.6 cm x 20.7 cm x 4 cm
Weight: 1.02 kg
Localisation: Middle East, Africa, Europe
Capacity: 1TB
Interface Type: Hi-Speed USB
Data Transfer Rate: 480 Mbps
Spindle Speed: 7200 rpm
OS Required: Apple MacOS X 10.4.8 or later, Microsoft Windows Vista / XP
Power Source: Included AC adapter
Vista Certification: Works with Windows Vista
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 years warranty
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#1
Anybody got this? I'm about to order one and can't find any find any review online.

How is this compared with the Iomega one from Tesco
banned#2
Lol Seagate...
#3
Seagate & Western Digital are the two reliable names in hard drives. Samsung, Hitachi & Fujitsu are next in line, or would this be complete nonsense.

I just don't think all manufacturers can have their *good* and *bad* drives. Gotta have some general consensus.

I've always used Seagates and WD and they've worked great. One broken Seagate but dell replaced it with a new one.
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tubby20076
Seagate & Western Digital are the two reliable names in hard drives. Samsung, Hitachi & Fujitsu are next in line, or would this be complete nonsense.

I just don't think all manufacturers can have their *good* and *bad* drives. Gotta have some general consensus.

I've always used Seagates and WD and they've worked great. One broken Seagate but dell replaced it with a new one.


I agree with regards to Seagate and WD, excellent drives. Not sure about the others as i've not had to use them

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