Toshiba 320GB 2.5" Hard Drive SATAII 5400rpm 8MB Cache - OEM @ £51.07 delivered from Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Anyone found a cheaper 320GB HDD 2.5-inch format, let me know...

Toshiba America Information Systems, (TAIS), Storage Device Division introduces the MK3252GSX 2.5-inch 320GB Hard Disk Drive. The MK3252GSX offers the industries highest areal density per platter, at 200.1 gigabits per square inch. The drive's 5400 RPM motor speed, improves system-level performance by as much as 12 percent when compared to 4200 RPM.

This drive offers enough capacity for portable video recording and editing, with lower power consumption compared to the traditional 3.5-inch HDDs. This functionality provides ideal storage for a range of commercial and consumer notebooks, as well as non-PC applications such as PDAs, printers, copiers, GPS systems and MP3 players.
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#1
You reckon PC World sell these too? hehe
#2
Any good for a PS3?
#3
Aint there a western digital one on play.com for 47.99?
#4
andysmoore;3001614
Aint there a western digital one on play.com for 47.99?

The cheapest I could find was 59.99
#5
£51.48 now.
#6
Monkey nuts 2
Any good for a PS3?


yup would be perfect for a ps3
#7
That WD 320Gb Scorpio isn't on play for £47.99 now. You can get the WD 320GB Scorpio (considered to be the best drive for PS3s) for just over £53 delivered from Scan if you have the Hexus free shipping thing.
#8
andysmoore
Aint there a western digital one on play.com for 47.99?


I ordered one from them only to received a cancellation e-mail, they told me the description was wrong and that it was actually for a 120GB one.
#9
Great price OP

Is this the same kind of drive found in most modern laptops?

I have an 80gb Acer Aspire laptop & could do with a big increase in size, does anyone know how difficult it is to fit a laptop drive?
#10
Monkey nuts 2
Any good for a PS3?

I clicked on the link thinking how long before the question pops up :p
#11
Hi,
Not really to do with this but someone may be able to help.
I have aquired a 2.5 HDD from my packard bell laptop. It is a WD 120GB SATA drive but it has loads of pins on the end instead of a SATA connection. I really wanted to use this as a back up drive in a USB enclosure. Anyone know where I can get such a thing? that will accomodate the pins? I did order one from ebuyer but it was the wrong type :0( Please help if you can.
Thanks loads,
Adam
#12
If it has a lot more pins than SATA then its not an SATA drive, and rather IDE. You'll need an IDE enclosure for it.
#13
adamdroitwich
Hi,
Anyone know where I can get such a thing? that will accomodate the pins?


Dynamode / Insixt USB2.0 Caddy For 2.5" IDE Hard Drives Aluminium Blue
#14
Why buy this if you can get a 500 GB HD for the same price?
#15
tooheys30;3005495
Why buy this if you can get a 500 GB HD for the same price?
BECAUSE IT'S A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT TYPE OF DRIVE.

3.5" != 2.5"

3.5" is larger for desktop machines.
2.5" is smaller and designed for laptops and other portables. It uses less power and is designed to stop and start more often. It compromises by having a lower performance. The smaller parts, leading to smaller error tolerance, and higher heat tolerances associated with often poorly-cooled laptops mean manufacturing is more expensive.
#16
does anybody know whether my warranty will still be valid If I fit this to my PS3.
#17
bazmcgoo
does anybody know whether my warranty will still be valid If I fit this to my PS3.


Do you mean the PS3 warranty or the hard drive warranty. In both cases yes. Sony actually support you changing the hard drives in the PS3.

As long as you keep the original hard drive at hand incase you have any problems and can put it back before sending the PS3 back you will be fine.

with regards to western digitals/Toshiba's warranty how will they know you have used it in a PS3?.

Furthermore on a second point, Ebuyer have got back in stock the Western Digital 320GB drives and have reduced the price to £48. These are much better drives than the Toshiba and are cheaper.

Last week the WD was £55 and was sold out at this price, £48 is a bargain.

Here is my deal just posted on it

Hope the deal poster doesn't mind me steeling his thunder but the WD is a much better drive and I would not have noticed it back in stock if he had not posted about the Toshiba drive today so thanks is still due in this regard.
#18
Anthonyuk
Do you mean the PS3 warranty or the hard drive warranty. In both cases yes. Sony actually support you changing the hard drives in the PS3.

As long as you keep the original hard drive at hand incase you have any problems and can put it back before sending the PS3 back you will be fine.

with regards to western digitals/Toshiba's warranty how will they know you have used it in a PS3?.

Furthermore on a second point, Ebuyer have got back in stock the Western Digital 320GB drives and have reduced the price to £48. These are much better drives than the Toshiba and are cheaper.

Last week the WD was £55 and was sold out at this price, £48 is a bargain.

Here is my deal just posted on it

Hope the deal poster doesn't mind me steeling his thunder but the WD is a much better drive and I would not have noticed it back in stock if he had not posted about the Toshiba drive today so thanks is still due in this regard.


No I don't mind... We all work towards a common goal... Getting people to save as much ££££ as possible

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