Seagate Free Agent 640GB External HDD £49.99 @ Currys instore - HotUKDeals
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been to my local currys and see this as "Priced to Clear"

think it's the last one in my local store but worth phoning your local store just in case

They also have th 500GB Verbatim external for 59.99 but this one is better
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#2
Lots of 1.5tb drives out there for about £30 more makes this cold for me.
#3
moob
Lots of 1.5tb drives out there for about £30 more makes this cold for me.


External drive?
LOTS? show me JUST 1 link/ store name cos i'll surely grab one!
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banned#6
NICE FIND, VOTED HOT
2 bad im only looking for a portable 1:x
#7
mminghella
So nearly twice the price then? :whistling:


No. 40% more expensive for the 1tb meaning 7p per gb, whereas deal was 7.8p per gb.

Ignoring the fact it's cheaper per gig, most folk are buying larger drives as they need more space. Buying this smaller drive wouldn't be cost effective nor negate the need to buy another - soon.
#8
moob
No. 40% more expensive for the 1tb meaning 7p per gb, whereas deal was 7.8p per gb.

Ignoring the fact it's cheaper per gig, most folk are buying larger drives as they need more space. Buying this smaller drive wouldn't be cost effective nor negate the need to buy another - soon.



Not everyone needs a hige 1.5tb drive or have an extra £40 to spare or even have all there eggs in one basket so to speak

Its a good price, heat added.
#9
[QUOTE=moob]No. 40% more expensive for the 1tb meaning 7p per gb, whereas deal was 7.8p per gb.
[QUOTE]

That's really quite a pedantic argument. You also ignore the 1.5TB on you quoted for £40 more as that was the one I was referring to.

Price per GB is a bit of a nonsense really. If you have a budget of £50 for an external HDD then this is a great deal as you would be very hard-pushed to get more for your money.

Like most stuff, the more you buy, the cheaper it gets
#10
theres a western digital 640gb at comet as well. For £7.50 extra, you can buy the 750gb western digital my bookhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/item/427924/western-digital-my-book-750gb-hd-ex/
#11
mminghella


That's really quite a pedantic argument. You also ignore the 1.5TB on you quoted for £40 more as that was the one I was referring to.


I ignored the 1.5tb drive as it works out as exactly the same price per gb. Sorry for your confusion.

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