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Western Digital 1TB Elemnts Hard Drive now only £60.33 inc Vat & Del @ Amazon

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Clean lines, no frills and WD quality make WD Elements external hard drives an easy, modern solution to your data storage needs. Western Digital's WD Elements Desktop USB 2.0 external hard drive is t… Read More
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banned7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
Clean lines, no frills and WD quality make WD Elements external hard drives an easy, modern solution to your data storage needs. Western Digital's WD Elements Desktop USB 2.0 external hard drive is the right answer for simple, reliable add-on storage. Simply plug it in to a USB port and start saving your photos, music, video, and files.

WD quality inside and out - Designed with the same commitment to quality that made WD external drives the number one selling drives in the world. Plug-and-play simplicity - Just connect the power and plug it into a USB port to instantly add more storage to your computer. Designed to save power - Turns on and off with your computer. Enters idle mode when not in use. Utilizes a WD drive with power-saving WD GreenPower Technology and an EnergyStar compliant power supply. Earth-friendly packaging - Packaged in a minimized eco-friendly, recyclable packaging made from recycled materials. Preformatted for PCs - Designed for use with Windows-based computers. Can be easily reformatted for use with Macs.
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#1
Been pondering over the Seagate 1TB also available on Amazon for £64 at the weekend, too - would anyone be able to advise which would be the more recommended drive (i.e. due to usage, reliability, etc.) to go for, for the sake of £1.01 difference?

Voted this one hot anyway, by the way :)
#2
I have a few WD HD's... (my Studios)

Great little workers.
#3
Bass_Monkey
Been pondering over the Seagate 1TB also available on Amazon for £64 at the weekend, too - would anyone be able to advise which would be the more recommended drive (i.e. due to usage, reliability, etc.) to go for, for the sake of £1.01 difference?

Voted this one hot anyway, by the way :)


Also look at the Iomega 1tb for £61.74 with voucher 5HD from Comet (reserve & collect), if you have a Comet near you.
#4
What does 1TB mean?
#5
abattoir
What does 1TB mean?


1TB is 1 Terabyte which is a LOT of music :thumbsup:

This link explains in fairly simple terms http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-terabyte.htm :-D
#6
abattoir
What does 1TB mean?


Could someone give a bit of an example for us untechies as to how much music you could get on just so it would give us some idea. Thanks
suspended#7
Goofeys Girl
Could someone give a bit of an example for us untechies as to how much music you could get on just so it would give us some idea. Thanks


A lot, this size is mainly used for films.

1000 songs fit into a 4gb ipod

Now do the math :p

250000 songs i reckon
#8
Starr
A lot, this size is mainly used for films.

1000 songs fit into a 4gb ipod

Now do the math :p

250000 songs i reckon


Wow cant see me getting that many. Although my itunes and old computer is now full of downloaded spongebob squarepants...bl**dy kids.
#9
I think I am going to wait and pay a bit more for a USB 3.0 XD
#10
Good deal but I prefer to get one without seperate AC adapter (ie USB bus powered).
#11
Yes, but you won't get a USB powered one to this kind of size. ^^
#12
paulbrannan
Yes, but you won't get a USB powered one to this kind of size. ^^


You can get 1TB portable USB HDDs.
Western Digital do them for about £150:
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=HD-299-WD&groupid=1657&catid=1659&subcat=1394
PCworld for £134:
http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/wd-my-passport-essential-se-portable-hard-drive-1tb-03709245-pdt.html
#13
WD great drives. Hot
#14
Bass_Monkey
Been pondering over the Seagate 1TB also available on Amazon for £64 at the weekend, too - would anyone be able to advise which would be the more recommended drive (i.e. due to usage, reliability, etc.) to go for, for the sake of £1.01 difference?

Voted this one hot anyway, by the way :)


Basically someone will reply to you saying how they had 3 Seagates fail and someone else will say about how WD drives break all the time bla bla. In truth reliability is fairly random.
#15
These look designed for the Apple crowd.
#16
£63.58 from pc world collect at store if you dont want to wait for delivery.
http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/wd-elements-external-hard-drive-1tb-03661634-pdt.html
#17
1.5TB here works out at £78 :)
http://m.hotukdeals.com/mobile_item/627627/iomega-3-5in-1-5tb-external-hdd-80-

I was told the other day (on the above link) that elements drives fail due to poor controllers. My elements failed in a week but I wasn't sure if it was a widespread problem or not.
#18
I'm debating getting an external HDD or an internal one (they're both similar prices for 1TB). External will be more convenient, though internal neater and (I guess) faster.

Will internal (SATA I believe) be much quicker than external (USB)?

I'll be accessing / streaming films (inc HD), pics and music.
Thanks in advance
#19
cynikill
£63.58 from pc world collect at store if you dont want to wait for delivery.
http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/wd-elements-external-hard-drive-1tb-03661634-pdt.html


dont forget 3% cashback from quido = approx £1.91

http://www.quidco.com
#20
Price of this seems to have now currently dropped slightly further, to £60.30 delivered.. :thumbsup:
#21
RoyalVilla
I'm debating getting an external HDD or an internal one (they're both similar prices for 1TB). External will be more convenient, though internal neater and (I guess) faster.

Will internal (SATA I believe) be much quicker than external (USB)?

I'll be accessing / streaming films (inc HD), pics and music.
Thanks in advance


Internal one would be much quicker at transfering data, and the connection way more reliable than usb, but like you say not as convenient for moving around. My advice - fill your PC with large fast drives and get usb ones as well:)
#23
do you work for WD? Not one of the deals you have posted this voucher in is applicable. Post vouchers in the voucher section rather than spamming the forums.

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