WD Elements External Hard Drive - 1TB - £49.99 Delivered @ Currys - HotUKDeals
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Decent price for a top external hard drive, 2 year warranty included too.

You can get it cheaper online by a two or three quid but if you need one today at least you can nip down to currys and pick one up like i did :) Better reviews than the hitachi available at Comet too.

blurb:

If you're computer is groaning under the strain of the photos, movies, music and work you continue to ply it with, it may be time to invest in the Western Digital Elements External Hard Drive.

Providing a hefty 1TB of storage space, there's plenty of room for your media files and important documents, whether you want to back them up or simply free some space on your computer.

This low profile black WD Elements External Hard Drive comes pre-formatted for Windows computers, although it can easily be reformatted for use on Macs.

To use the WD Elements External Hard Drive, simply plug it into a USB port on your computer and get storing. This package even includes the USB cable, as well as an external power adaptor.

General Information
Capacity 1 TB
Interface USB 2.0
Performances Information not provided
Transfer Rate Up to 480 Mbps
Buffer Memory Information not provided
Size Approx. 203 x 36 x 125 mm
Weight Approx. 1.02 kg
Required Configuration Windows or Mac computer supporting USB mass storage (pre-formatted for Windows)
Free USB port
Content External hard disk drive, USB cable, power adaptor
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#1
got my friends here now as it stopped working, power lead knackered so be aware if moving it round a lot etc
#2
Great drive, got 1 from PC World same price £49.99
#3
£77 for the 2TB here, £50 isn't cheap for this
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Western-Digital-Elements-External-Desktop/dp/B003IPC21Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1295979892&sr=8-1

Edited By: daver77 on Jan 25, 2011 18:26
#4
So does it need to be connected to power too?
#5
Yes it needs an AC adapter
#6
Not quite on par with the recent Comet Iomega (Samsung) drive deal @ £40.49 but about average price for a 1TB.
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Deano467
This was £46.97 in amazon yesterday


now .. where did I put that time machine .......................
#8
This hard drive is a piece of junk! I own one and the Mini USB is naff, the connection breaks down and you lose files. I had to take the HDD out of the casing and install it in a SATA enclosure, which has a proper USB 2.0 socket.
#9
^ have bought and used around 40 of these and never had any issues, way better than the segate ones which i have had to return far too many of.
#10
Hi, can someone tell me how they know this has a 2 year warranty? Mine has just died after little over a year which means it's out of warranty which is extremely annoying. Any help would be great.
#11
David1479
Hi, can someone tell me how they know this has a 2 year warranty? Mine has just died after little over a year which means it's out of warranty which is extremely annoying. Any help would be great.

You still have your statuatory rights even if it does turn out to be just out of warranty. Sale Of Goods Act - google it.

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