WESTERN DIGITAL Passport Essential 320 GB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive - HotUKDeals
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WESTERN DIGITAL Passport Essential 320 GB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive £79.70

£79.70 @ Pixmania
You can pack up your office files and take them home with you thanks to the Passport Essential from Western Digital! This glossy black hard drive has a huge capacity of 320 GB, yet it's so compact and… Read More
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9y, 3w agoFound 9 years, 3 weeks ago
You can pack up your office files and take them home with you thanks to the Passport Essential from Western Digital! This glossy black hard drive has a huge capacity of 320 GB, yet it's so compact and lightweight that you can pop it easily into your pocket. You don't need to use the mains to power up the Passport Essential; just plug it into your computer's USB port and you're ready to transfer photos, videos and music files.
The Passport Essential is compatible with PC and Mac.
General Information Capacity 320 GB
Interface USB 2.0
Transfer Rate 480 Mbps
Size 15 x 126.15 x 79.5
Weight 105 g
Required Configuration Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Mac OS X 10.4.8+
Content USB 2.0 cable, user guide

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#1
320Gb Freecom portable HDD for £69.99 delivered @ Amazon:)
#2
But the Western Digital is a lot cooler and half the weight of the Freecom drive ;-) And this is definitely the cheapest I've seen for the 320GB model.
#3
great price, these Passports are the smallest and most sylish hard drives iv'e seen. voted hot.
#4
I'd avoid Pixmania. Not a good shopping experience. Most items come from France and you will have problems if you need a service or don't speak french (to understand the manual).
#5
pet2000
I'd avoid Pixmania. Not a good shopping experience. Most items come from France and you will have problems if you need a service or don't speak french (to understand the manual).


True, im not a big fan of Pixmania. But I don't see why you would need a manual for an external hd.

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