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Seagate® Expansion Portable 640GB Hard Drive (Mobile/2.5") £59.99 @ Ebuyer

£59.99 @ Ebuyer
This is a HOT deal! A portable 2.5" USB hard drive at a great price with free shipping as well!! I'm sure this is the cheapest a mobile 640GB drive has been. This comes in at about 10.67GB per £ … Read More
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7y, 1w agoFound 7 years, 1 week ago
This is a HOT deal! A portable 2.5" USB hard drive at a great price with free shipping as well!!
I'm sure this is the cheapest a mobile 640GB drive has been.

This comes in at about 10.67GB per £ or 9.37p per GB (thanks paddy.power).
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#1
or 9.3 pence per gigabyte, great deal :)
#2
Not that hot ... 500gb iOmega version on offer at Tesco (£44.97) is cheaper per gb :whistling:
#3
yes but this is a 2.5" drive and does not need a its own power supply

the tescos one needs a power supply and is the bigger sized drive
#4
the_gfp
yes but this is a 2.5" drive and does not need a its own power supply

the tescos one needs a power supply and is the bigger sized drive


No, the tesco offer is for a 2.5" which is also powered by USB :thumbsup:
banned#5
toonarmani
Not that hot ... 500gb iOmega version on offer at Tesco (£44.97) is cheaper per gb :whistling:


stu_the_art
No, the tesco offer is for a 2.5" which is also powered by USB :thumbsup:


+1
#6
Heat...
#7
lottysdad08
+1


-1

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.208-0479.aspx

Brand Iomega
Cache Memory in Mb 8
Dlna Compliant No
External Hard Drive Size in Inches 3.5


COCO

Heat and rep on THIS offer
#8
got one of these, fantastic product!
#9
I've got a 1tb Seagate external which makes the well-documented clicking noise.....dunno if this would have the same issue?
#10
HOT Deal...I trust only seagate & WD for external disks on any given day...640GB for 59.99 is HOT
#11
terriclarkfan
I've got a 1tb Seagate external which makes the well-documented clicking noise.....dunno if this would have the same issue?


Bought the 2tb version and mine had the same problems (3 difference hds) so will be avoiding seagate drives like a plague now.
#12
I_SHOULD_COCO
-1

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.208-0479.aspx



COCO

Heat and rep on THIS offer


Not the same one as yesterday, this is the one that was posted;

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.208-0118.aspx

Its not in stock anymore though, so this is a good deal for those wanting one.
#13
the_gfp
yes but this is a 2.5" drive and does not need a its own power supply

the tescos one needs a power supply and is the bigger sized drive


:roll:

how much of a plank do you feel now? :whistling:
#14
hot from me :)
#15
Isn't this better value then?

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.208-4067.aspx

I have no knowledge of hard drives, so would never claim to be an expert!!
#16
damn, looking for one of these but i wont buy hdds from ebuyer any more. Their returns procedure for hdds is beyond awful and in my previous experience they often arrive broken.

Last time i bought a hdd from them i ended up having to take an unpaid afternoon off work to sit in a 50 minute phone que (which i also paid for the privilege of) then i had to go through a ridiculous diagnostic procedure even tho there was no physical fault, the warranty seal was broken. Beyond the joke really hence why they have lost my custom after many years.
#17
secretjedi
Isn't this better value then?

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.208-4067.aspx

I have no knowledge of hard drives, so would never claim to be an expert!!


Different kind of drive, depends on what you're after, you get more GB per £ for 3.5 drives, but they require a mains power supply, whereas these portable drives are smaller 2.5 ones and can run off USB (and thus why they're more expensive).
#18
just buy the 650 gb 2.5 and buy a case of ebay and save pounds ?
#19
will65mcmanus
just buy the 650 gb 2.5 and buy a case of ebay and save pounds ?


*sigh*

Find me a 640gb / 650gb as you say, 2.5" HDD drive and a case for <£59.99 and you'll get some rep. I'm not convinced.

At this price, frankly I'd say if you were after a 640gb internal you'd be better off buying this and dismantling the case...
#20
terriclarkfan
I've got a 1tb Seagate external which makes the well-documented clicking noise.....dunno if this would have the same issue?


The easiest/cheapest way to fix that problem would be to buy a new hard-drive to put inside it.

TIm
#21
hot added, hdd ordered.
plan to use it to replace the netbook internal drive. hope the speed won't be too bad.
#22
Personally, I prefer the Seagate Go 500GB drive as it has encryption and more importantly a 5 year warranty- the Ebuyer model has only 2 years. However, if you need max storage capacity it is the biz.

xmal

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