Seagate FreeAgent Go 320GB portable hard drive - £34.99 @ PC World - HotUKDeals
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Cracking price for a 320GB portable drive, and available in black and red (link is for the black one). Looks like an online only deal as you can't reserve in store, but delivery is free anyway.
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#1
Link appears to have broken. Damn iPhone. Could someone update it?
#2
Expelliarmus
Link appears to have broken. Damn iPhone. Could someone update it?

It's not only your phone. Busted on a PC too.

Is this a Freeagent Go? If so, its a great price, unless you wanted the 500gb for a tenner extra...
#4
Grimulus
Is this a Freeagent Go? If so, its a great price, unless you wanted the 500gb for a tenner extra...


Yeah it is the Freeagent Go.
#5
Expelliarmus
Grimulus
Is this a Freeagent Go? If so, its a great price, unless you wanted the 500gb for a tenner extra...
Yeah it is the Freeagent Go.

Groovy. You should prolly put that in your title.
#6
Title fixed now.
#7
nice for freeagent
#8
I've got one of these and it's still working after going down a flight of stairs!
#9
does this slide into my seagate thearter plus ??
#10
blaster
does this slide into my seagate thearter plus ??

Yup
#11
Grimulus
Is this a Freeagent Go? If so, its a great price, unless you wanted the 500gb for a tenner extra...

Where?

This works out equivalent of £55 for a 500gb, quite expensive.


Edited By: pet2000 on Oct 14, 2010 17:49: spelling
#12
pet2000
Grimulus
Is this a Freeagent Go? If so, its a great price, unless you wanted the 500gb for a tenner extra...
Where?This works out equivalent of £55 for a 500gb, quite expensive.

play

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/6561128/Seagate-FreeAgent-Go-Portable-500GB-External-USB-2-0-Hard-Drive-Silver-ST905003FGD2E1-RK/Product.html
#13
pet2000
Grimulus
Is this a Freeagent Go? If so, its a great price, unless you wanted the 500gb for a tenner extra...
Where?This works out equivalent of £55 for a 500gb, quite expensive.
or it works out 34.99 for a 320gb stylish drive which can be used in dockstar or theater/plus - not bad at all
#14
Good price, ordered a couple for relatives. Thanks Expelliarmus.
#15
Good price for the 320GB but better one at Play for the 500GB.

Been using the 500GB FreeAgent Go for over a year now - excellent little drives; physically robust and even work well at higher ambient temperatures (44 deg C +). Mind you, the laptop struggled a bit at those temps ...
#16
Awesome deal cheers!
#17
I wanted to transfer my Microsoft office which I've put onto my PC onto my notebook as well. Would this portable hard drive enable me to do this? as you can probably notice I'm not that clever with computers.
Thanks
#18
Ingy2nd
I wanted to transfer my Microsoft office which I've put onto my PC onto my notebook as well. Would this portable hard drive enable me to do this? as you can probably notice I'm not that clever with computers.
Thanks


I would allow you to copy instillation files from a CD/DVD to a laptop / netbook that didn't have an optical drive but just copying the files already installed on your PC wont work. You also need to be careful that you have the correct license to install on two machines at once.
#19
Guys is this plug and play? Basically my Samsung LCD can play mkv/avi video files on usb sticks, so I want to stash the hard drive with movies and plug it into the tv - so can I do that with this drive? I read somewhere that it requires you to install software to be able to use it - is that correct? If so then I suppose its not plug and play...?
#20
MeusliMuncher
Guys is this plug and play? Basically my Samsung LCD can play mkv/avi video files on usb sticks, so I want to stash the hard drive with movies and plug it into the tv - so can I do that with this drive? I read somewhere that it requires you to install software to be able to use it - is that correct? If so then I suppose its not plug and play...?

Yup, plug & play.
#21
xavk
Ingy2nd
I wanted to transfer my Microsoft office which I've put onto my PC onto my notebook as well. Would this portable hard drive enable me to do this? as you can probably notice I'm not that clever with computers.Thanks
I would allow you to copy instillation files from a CD/DVD to a laptop / netbook that didn't have an optical drive but just copying the files already installed on your PC wont work. You also need to be careful that you have the correct license to install on two machines at once.


Thank you
#22
I dont get it. Why is everybody getting so excited about this drive? How is it different from an ordinary portable hdd?
#23
I dont get it. Why is everybody getting so excited about this drive? How is it different from an ordinary portable hdd?
#24
Because it's the cheapest price around for 320GB?? Shame the red one has sold out.
#25
Ordered one, thanks. Good price

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