Western Digital My Book Essential Edition 2.0 - 3.5" External Hard Drive - 1TB £132.99 - HotUKDeals
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Go into Pcworld and price match there website and get a further 10% of the difference

2.5% for Online and Collect at Store Sales so could be a cracking buy

On the internet pcworld website it says In-store Price £159.99 but when i went in to pcworld and got 1 today the In-store Price was £179.99

There was plenty of the harddrives in Hull Pcworld

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If youre running out of drive capacity or need to archive some important digital documents, photos or music then this elegant external hard drive, reminiscent of a book, is the perfect solution. It takes no more space than a paperback book and holds all this:



Over 830,000 digital photos

Up to 250,000 songs (MP3)

Up to 25,000 songs (uncompressed CD quality)

Up to 1535 movies

Up to 76 hours of Digital Video (DV)

Up to 440 hours of DVD quality video

Up to 120 hours of HD video

Compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS X 10.4.8 or later

1TB of storage capacity 3.5" Form Factor External hard drive Store up to 250,000 MP3 songs or 1535 movies Smart and energy efficient PC and Mac compatible Ideal for desktop PC's 480 mbits/sec internal transfer
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Voted cold. Can get one from Amazon for £115'ish.
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AKA-T.
Voted cold. Can get one from Amazon for £115'ish.


Get them to price match the amazon site then.
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You can not get the !0% difference off the Pcworld own web price as you can just do a collect at store, (unless you find a retarded member of staff who does not understand the policy correctly) Although AKA-T mentioned amazon have it cheaper so yes you would get a price match plus 10% of the difference. Go trough Quidco and get atleast an extra 2.5% back too.

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