Western Digital Scorpio 320GB SATA 2.5" Internal HDD, Model (WD3200BEVT) , £33 Delivered (with FREE Super Saver) @ Amazon.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Model (WD3200BEVT )

*Sony Playstation PS3 Compatible*

Specification:
* 320GB HDD Holds:
* Up to 91,000 digital photos
* Up to 80,000 songs (MP3)
* Up to 8,000 songs (uncompressed CD quality)
* Up to 24 hours of Digital Video (DV)
* Up to 140 hours of DVD quality video
* Up to 38 hours of HD video
* Main Specifications:
* Capacity: 320GB
* Interfaces: SATA
* Transfer Rate: 3 Gb/s (Max)
* Read Seek Time: 12.0 ms
* Track-To-Track Seek Time: 2.0 ms (average)
* Rotational Speed: 5,400 RPM

Description:

Upgrade your PS3's hard drive:
It is automatically recognised and configured when you swap this with your PS3's internal drive

WD Scorpio delivers best-in-class performance with low power consumption and cool operation. In addition, you'll get one of the quietest 2.5-inch drives on the market with real-time data protection technology to help keep your data safe.

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#1
Works with the 360 Slim too using the hack in the other 250Gb deal posted.

Although only 250Gb will be usable if used on the 360 with the hack.
#2
10er more gets u a 1tb drive, at 7200 rpm :/
1 Like #3
To be honest although this is good for a 320GB drive, you can get 2.5 500GB drives for as little as 41 pounds. Which is 50+ percent more storage, for 25 percent more cost. Which by anyone's account, is faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar better value and a no brainer for me
3 Likes #4
adamski88
10er more gets u a 1tb drive, at 7200 rpm :/


and a 2.5"? Give me the link
#5
£33 at Ebuyer, super saver delivery +£2.08. In stock as against 1-2 month wait. Might be tempted myself.
#6
shadowdogg
adamski88
10er more gets u a 1tb drive, at 7200 rpm :/


and a 2.5"? Give me the link


precisely :)
#7
vulcanproject
To be honest although this is good for a 320GB drive, you can get 2.5 500GB drives for as little as 41 pounds. Which is 50+ percent more storage, for 25 percent more cost. Which by anyone's account, is faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar better value and a no brainer for me


The 500gb is definitely cheaper per GB. However the age old adage applies here. More eggs in one basket the cheaper the basket per egg held. But when the basket is broken all the eggs are gone.. unless you have RAID or at least two backups.
#8
in stock here

Edited By: sil0 on Sep 06, 2010 19:37: link

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