Western Digital 320GB Scorpio 2.5" IDE 5400 for £66.45 inc vat + Free Delivery @ Dabs - HotUKDeals
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I know some people here will say this is expensive. Read 1st before voting cold or whatsoever. This is a deal for those who have old lappy with IDE connection and need more spaces in the lappy. The other cheapest i could find is £70 plus including delivery at the end of the total cost.

Western Digital 320GB Scorpio 2.5" IDE 5400
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mfr#: WD3200BEVE

Specs of Western Digital 320GB Scorpio 2.5" IDE 5400
Dimensions & Weight
Depth10 cm
Height9.5 mm
Weight117 g
Width7 cm
Environmental Parameters
Humidity Range Operating8 - 90%
Max Operating Temperature60 °C
Min Operating Temperature0 °C
Header
CompatibilityPC
ModelWD3200BEVE
Product LineWD Scorpio Blue
Miscellaneous
Compliant StandardsRoHS
Storage Controller
TypeNone
Storage Controller (2nd)
TypeNone
Storage Hard Drive
Average Latency5.5 ms
Buffer Size8 MB
Capacity320 GB
Compliant StandardsS.M.A.R.T.
Data Transfer Rate100 MBps
FeaturesSecureParkShock GuardWhisperDrive
Form Factor2.5" x 1/8H
Form Factor (Short)2.5"
Hard Drive TypeInternal hard drive
InterfaceATA-100
Interface TypeATA-100
Internal Data Rate75 MBps
Non-Recoverable Errors1 per 10^14
Spindle Speed5400 rpm
Start / Stop Cycles600,000
Track-to-Track Seek Time2 ms
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#1
The image is for a SATA :o)
#2
"This is a deal for those who have old lappy with IDE connection and need more spaces in the lappy."

Spend money extending obsolete old gear? No way.

Buy an external USB 2 disk (maybe a 2.5" one) (some posted this week) for the extra space then at least it will still be some use when your old laptop gives up the ghost!
#3
nihcaj
"This is a deal for those who have old lappy with IDE connection and need more spaces in the lappy."

Spend money extending obsolete old gear? No way.


Hold your horses, it can save money sometimes. I was half contemplating this the other day to upgrade a venerable usb drive I have with FW800 ports. These still cost the earth and it would have doubled the current capacity for rather less than the cost of the same drive (now SATA) with the same sized drive inside.

I am going to wait for the 500GB drives to drop a little further in price and buy a new one of those with said port. Cheapest is £80 on fleabay for the Iomega eGO, but reviews are not glowing.
#4
spraint;6325323
Hold your horses, it can save money sometimes. I was half contemplating this the other day to upgrade a venerable usb drive I have with FW800 ports. These still cost the earth and it would have doubled the current capacity for rather less than the cost of the same drive (now SATA) with the same sized drive inside.


Yeah, and it's effectively still as old as the rest of the hardware is If it does pack in, then the drives are all but usesless for putting with new kit. It might be that with very specialist gear, say part of a specialised system that would ALL need upgrading it might well be the only way out, but not as the OP suggested.

In the originally case as suggested, a new laptop can be got for 230 quid upwards that odds on will be better than an old laptop that has tiddly little IDE drives, so paying far more than it is worth in the hope it will last is just mad, and I can't see it any other way.
Would you pay 60 quid to repair an old 14" TV when a new TFT 19" one is available for say 180? Pretty much the same sort of thing.

Repairing and upgrading any electronic stuff other than if it is very recent is rarely very cost effective now :-(
#5
nihcaj
Repairing and upgrading any electronic stuff other than if it is very recent is rarely very cost effective now :-(


Tsk. Careless anti-environment talk like that will get you a whole heap of this on your drive

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/46397000/jpg/_46397053_horsemanure.jpg
#6
spraint;6327161
Tsk. Careless anti-environment talk like that will get you a whole heap of this on your drive



They are all ROHS compliant these days, and very recyclable!

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