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Western Digital 1TB 2.5" Portable USB 2.0 External Hard Drive £59.97 with code, delivered to store, + additional 4.04% off TopCashBack, + 138 clubcard points @ Tesco Direct

£59.97 @ Tesco Direct
Use voucher code TDX-KMAW to get this price until 3rd April (£10 off orders over £50 at Tesco Direct). Effectively £56.17 after 4.04% TopCashBack and 138 Clubcard points. Free collection fro… Read More
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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Use voucher code TDX-KMAW to get this price until 3rd April (£10 off orders over £50 at Tesco Direct).

Effectively £56.17 after 4.04% TopCashBack and 138 Clubcard points.

Free collection from store, or an extra £5 for next-day home delivery.

Portable (2.5") 1TB USB 2.0 hard drive. USB powered - no mains power required.

Western Digital Elements SE Portable Hard Drive:

Capacity: 1000GB
Interface: USB 2.0
Size: 12.6 cm x 1.5 cm x 7.8 cm
Weight: 200 g
Speed: 5400 RPM
Cache: 32MB

Warranty: 2 Years
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#1
Please put the size (1gb) in the title. Gives more heat.
#2
pet2000
Please put the size (1gb) in the title. Gives more heat.


1 TB
#3
pet2000
Please put the size (1gb) in the title. Gives more heat.

I think 1GB would make it cold
#4
Haha, yes!
#5
Very hot. I wanted one but then opted for the 750gb one for £50 instead, simply because I couldn't find a sub-£60 1tb!

Good work!
#6
still waiting for that further £10 drop but have some heat :)
#7
Damn, I was too slow it seems :-( .

"Sorry, we could not place your order as one or more items have now gone out of stock

We have therefore removed the items listed below from your basket:

WD Elements 1TB Portable Hard Drive"
#8
Nice, but considering relentless fall in HD prices, the advent of USB 3, and online storage (such as todays 1yr unlimited storage for £1) these can only come down in price.
#9
Not the same product DHaynes. One is portable hard drive (usb powered, 2.5"), the other is desktop external (mains powered, 3.5"). They even look different too...
#10
It's back in stock now.

Just managed to order 1 for collection on Tuesday. Thanks OP.
#11
Can anyone confirm the USB connector size, is it Mini or Micro.

* I've read lots of posts about this topic, some say mini and others the smaller (and annoying imo) micro.
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davem
Can anyone confirm the USB connector size, is it Mini or Micro.

* I've read lots of posts about this topic, some say mini and others the smaller (and annoying imo) micro.


I picked mine up yesterday and it's micro.
#13
As it has a micro USB am I correct to write that the USB port is now integrated in the HD controller board so that there is no SATA port? I am wondering if this could make it more difficult to recover data as it had no SATA port? The older method was that there was adapter circuit board that converted the disk's SATA interface to mini-USB and this was an extra point of failure. (The repair method was to take out disk and put this into another SATA enclosure if the issue was the SATA to mini USB adapter). Now with the newer WDC drives this SATA to USB conversion is integrated onto the disk circuit itself so the only repair method available is to replace this integrated disk electronics circuit? I have read on some forum that when this micro USB connector is broken, much easier to do as it is tiny and has very little solder on it to the circuit board then the only recovery method is to get another of the same disk and replace the entire circuit board or get that tiny connector soldered or repplaced. May be it is better to buy an external enclosure and use a stanard 2.5" disk? I wonder if the Toshiba StorE or Samsung S2 has the standard SATA interface so that it could be connected to a standard SATA port?
#14
trigfoot
davem
Can anyone confirm the USB connector size, is it Mini or Micro.

* I've read lots of posts about this topic, some say mini and others the smaller (and annoying imo) micro.


I picked mine up yesterday and it's micro.


Thanks trigfoot

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