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Western Digital My Passport 320GB - £49.99 @ PCWorld + 3% Quidco

£49.99 @ PC World
Seems a good price at the moment! Ideal for anyone looking for a Hard Drive to boot their wii backups from ;) The elegant Western Digital 320GB My Passport Essential hard drive Combines a beautifu… Read More
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
Seems a good price at the moment! Ideal for anyone looking for a Hard Drive to boot their wii backups from ;)

The elegant Western Digital 320GB My Passport Essential hard drive Combines a beautiful new gloss-black case that fits smoothly in your hand and pocket with mega-capacity for all your digital content.

* Save 50 hours of DVD video
* Plug and play via USB
* Optimised for PC
* Compact and stylish in black
* Password protection
* Synchronises data
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#1
For those without a pcworld nearby, Tesco's are doing them at the same price instore, not sure about online:thumbsup:
#3
I think this one requires an additional PSU? The one i have listed is also ideal for anyone wanting one for use with a USB loader on Nintendo Wii. :thumbsup:

#4
Voyto
I think this one requires an additional PSU? The one i have listed is also ideal for anyone wanting one for use with a USB loader on Nintendo Wii. :thumbsup:


According to Amazon's blurb (for Western Digital Elements 500GB Portable USB 2.0 Hard Drive):
Western Digital’s WD Elements™ USB 2.0 portable hard drive is simple, easy-to-use, light and easy to carry. No need to carry a bulky power adapter;this drive get its power from the USB cable. Just plug it in to any USB port and start saving your photos, music, video, and files.


Both good though! I kinda need a really cheap 80GB one or something at the moment... 500GB is a lot to lose... :)
#5
Fair enough. I read my info from Whirlpool Forums....probably duff info.


I own both.

The elements gives more GB per $, but its big and clunky, and the external power supply has a very high failure rate.

The passport is a truly portable drive, just plug into USB and you're away.

If you're not planning to move the drive, get an internal one; way less cable clutter that way, and it won't fail due to a dodgy power supply. Use thread search and you'll find several threads of people with failed elements power supplies.
#6
If only PC World had it in white at this price :-(
#7
Vegeta;7053853
If only PC World had it in white at this price :-(


Just Gloss it.......;-)
#8
Hondo
Just Gloss it.......;-)


Or I can buy a black Wii :w00t:
banned#9
I didn't think people still played Wii games. I wouldn't waste the bandwidth on them.

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