TrekStor DataStation Maxi N.U A 3.5" External Hard Drive. 160GB SATA - USB 2 at Aamzon £29.99 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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TrekStor DataStation Maxi N.U A 3.5" External Hard Drive. 160GB SATA - USB 2 at Aamzon £29.99 Delivered

Product Features

* External 3.5 inch hard-disk. High-quality aluminum housing for optimum hard-disk cooling
* On/off switch.External power supply (noiseless without fan)
* Low power consumption.Silent while operating
* Safeguarding against theft is possible with the Notebook Lock feature
* Nero BackItUp 2 Essentials "� The complete backup solution
* Backup files and complete drives.Password protection
* Suitable for new Windows Vista Suitable for Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Mac OS X, Linux from Kernel 2.6.x

Box Content
DataStation maxi n.u
power supply (100V - 240V)
Nero BackItUp 2 Essentials
USB 2.0 cable
foot stand
quick guide
operating instructions

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#1
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Manufacturer's Description
The TrekStor DataStation maxi n.u is 3.5" Hard Drive with one-click for back up. The Data Station maxi n.u is designed and engineered for high performance and reliability. The DataStation maxi features fan-less high-grade aluminum housing to provide lifetime durability, optimum cooling and silent operation. At a press of a button the drive's allows easy Back-up of your entire system. The included Nero BackItUp 2 Essentials Software is the complete backup solution for you that allows you to back-up selected files or all files, password protection and on the fly Compression support. The DataStation maxi is equipped with on/off Switch and with a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connection offering extremely fast data transfer and exchange as well as holding securely your large business and Personal files such as Digital music, Video and photo libraries at an affordable price.

Box Content
DataStation maxi n.u
power supply (100V - 240V)
Nero BackItUp 2 Essentials
USB 2.0 cable
foot stand
quick guide
operating instructions
#2
Can you partition these and have to storage drives?
#3
i dont see the reason why not
#4
need a ext drive for my daughter starting uni' is this one any good, do they travel ok also ??

http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/specpage.html?FRE-29492#
suspended#5
flloydee2 - there was a WD 500GB for 49.99 the other week on ebuyer ;)
#6
For that size of desktop footprint you need to go for a much bigger disk.
#7
what's the big deal?! a 500Gb external drive is just under £50 drom many places now including dabs.com!
#8
Description says USB 2, does this mean it wont work with a computer with USB 1.1 ports?
#9
boonergooner
Description says USB 2, does this mean it wont work with a computer with USB 1.1 ports?


yes but be very slow reading to and from the drive
#10
haytham999
what's the big deal?! a 500Gb external drive is just under £50 drom many places now including dabs.com!


I agree does not sound like a good deal to me .
#11
Voted hot.
Lots of people want to back up their C drive (and don't have loads of torrent downoads or porn) so 160 gig ample for them. Post a cheaper external hard drive with free delivery and then somebody might be interested.
#12
Mr 1, I have just seen a fantastic 32" TV that is perfect for me at a good price.

Mr 2, Well, I have seen a fantastic 50" TV that is bigger than you need at a good price so you must be stupid to buy what you need.


For some people this will be perfect and it comes at a good price. 160GB is, even these days still capable of holding plenty of files be they music, movie or Uni work.

Voted hot
#13
cheers ben :)
#14
benwoodcock
flloydee2 - there was a WD 500GB for 49.99 the other week on ebuyer ;)
#15
benwoodcock;2906762
flloydee2 - there was a WD 500GB for 49.99 the other week on ebuyer ;)


[FONT=Fixedsys][SIZE=4]So what?[/SIZE][/FONT]
#16
does it matter that it is a SATA drive if used with an older PC?

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