Western Digital Elements 1TB 3.5" USB 2.0 7200 RPM Desktop External Hard Drive - Black £46.99 @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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Another HDD Deal sorry :)
From Amazon UK -free Delivery

Product Specifications:
Brand: Western Digital
Mfr Part Number: 0718037751832
Hard Drive Size: 1000 GB
Hard Drive Interface: USB 2.0
Hard Disk Rotational Speed: 7200 rpm
Data Transfer Rate: 60

Technical Details:
WD quality inside and out
Plug-and-play simplicity
Designed to save power
Earth-friendly packaging
Preformatted for PCs


Here Is a page comparing various WD hdd external hdd features
http://www.wdc.com/en/products/index.asp?cat=8
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#1
Got one of these great drives.
#2
Just need one of these to backup my PC then remove not leave permanently connected to PC and only connect when I need to back up more stuff.

Would I be best with one of these or the 2.5 USB portable external devices.

Also is this as good as the Iomega drive at comet http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/iomega-1tb-external-hard-drive-46-9/809345
banned#3
^^^^
"then remove not leave permanently connected to PC and only connect when I need to back up more stuff"
is it just me or does that not make any sense?
#4
katymaty
Just need one of these to backup my PC then remove not leave permanently connected to PC and only connect when I need to back up more stuff.

Would I be best with one of these or the 2.5 USB portable external devices.

Also is this as good as the Iomega drive at comet http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/iomega-1tb-external-hard-drive-46-9/809345
Either will do. The 2.5" ones are very convenient because on top of being small, they get their power via the usb cable from your computer, so no need to connect a power supply to the wall. So you just take it out, connect the usb, transfer files and you're done, no fiddling about with another power supply or another trailing wire. It's also easily transportable with you, if you store photos on it, no reason why you can't take it with you when visiting, lets say, family. Big ones are cheaper for more space though. When you do write to external drives, be sure to click the "safely remove" button on the taskbar as you don't want to disconnect while it's writing as then you could get corrupted data.

Edited By: Xad on Nov 25, 2010 21:46
#5
RFC
^^^^
"then remove not leave permanently connected to PC and only connect when I need to back up more stuff"
is it just me or does that not make any sense?

just you
banned#6
anubiz
RFC
^^^^ "then remove not leave permanently connected to PC and only connect when I need to back up more stuff"is it just me or does that not make any sense?
just you

wow, a member twelve hours and your one and only post is a wisecrack?

lol....iam honoured.....multi man!

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