Verbatim - 3.5'' External Hard Drive USB 2.0 - Black Steel - 1TB (1000GB) - £68.99 delivered @ 7dayshop (1% quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Verbatim's External Hard Drive provides high capacity storage back up for all file types offering high performance and reliability to both the professional and home user.

Store thousands of digital photos, videos, music and other electronic files. Powered by a SATA hi-speed hard drive, the external hard drive races through the most demanding audio/video applications.

Its stylish 'black steel' space saving design sits neatly on the modern desktop.

The Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface makes the transfer of data quick and easy and for added security the drive come pre-loaded with Nero BACKITUP 4 Essentials software. Features include full synchronisation and backup from your PC/laptop internal hard drive.

Compatible with Windows 7.
Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Mac OS 9.x, Max OS X 10.1 or higher

Verbatim 2 Year Warranty.

Capacity: 1TB
Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 backwards compatible)
Dimensions: 202mm x 114mm x 40mm
Product Weight: 1kg

Pack Contents:
External Hard Drive
USB 2.0 cable
AC Power Adaptor
Nero BACKITUP 4 Essentials Software
Quick Start Guide printed in 27 languages

Specifications:
Power: +12 VDC input
Interface: One USB 2.0 port
Data Transfer Rate: USB 2.0 High Speed: 480 Mb/s
USB 1.1 Full Speed: 12 Mb/s (max)
Drive: SATA - Hi-Speed

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#1
1TB = 1024GB actually.
#2
kjbenja
1TB = 1024GB actually.


I think I had this argument with somebody a while ago, and apparently for hard drives 1TB does equal 1000GB!

I checked on one of the manufacturers websites (Seagate I think) and it does say so in the small print!

;-)
#3
Fildo Stronst
I think I had this argument with somebody a while ago, and apparently for hard drives 1TB does equal 1000GB!

I checked on one of the manufacturers websites (Seagate I think) and it does say so in the small print!

;-)


plus the built in software or whatever it is leaves you with less than what's shown on the box.............my opinion is that they should build them with a little extra memory to compensate so that you get exactly what you've paid for (1TB)
#4
kjbenja
1TB = 1024GB actually.


Dont read it word for word (geddit? verbatim? oh, you didnt do latin at school? i'll get my coat)
#5
Sorry what's so cold about the deal. A terabyte external for under £70 seemed quite good to me?
banned#6
Using 1000/1024;

1mb = 976.5 bytes,
1gb = 976.5mb / 953552 bytes
1tb = 976.5gb / 953552.25mb / 931143772 bytes.

So what Windows will recognise will be far less than 1tb. The same is true off all drives though.
#7
eglons
Sorry what's so cold about the deal. A terabyte external for under £70 seemed quite good to me?


They can be had for way less thats whats cold i paid £44 for a seagate from tesco last year.
#8
eglons;8617316
Sorry what's so cold about the deal. A terabyte external for under £70 seemed quite good to me?

Tesco currently have an Hitachi for £59.67.

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