2TB Hitachi HSD2000 Black SimpleDrive 3.5" Turbo-USB 2.0 External Hard Drive - £122.38 delivered @ Amazon
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2TB Hitachi HSD2000 Black SimpleDrive 3.5" Turbo-USB 2.0 External Hard Drive - £122.38 delivered @ Amazon

£122.38
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Found 9th Feb 2010Made hot 9th Feb 2010
SimpleTech SimpleDrive Simply better external storage and backup. Plug n play, Turbo-powered USB 2.0; keeps your data moving up to 25% faster. With two levels of backup, weve made it easy to steer clear of lifes little disasters and protect your irreplaceable pics, flicks and tunes from spilled drinks, curious toddlers, fire, or theft.No engineering brilliance required. Just plug it in and youre ready to store your capacity-hungry files. Affordable and reliable, SimpleDrives automated backup software...

* Simple plug n play add-on storage
* Turbo USB 2.0 interface, up to 25% faster than USB 2.0
* Compatible with USB 2.0, 1.1
* Sits flat or stands upright with included cradle
* Built-in cooling vents for quiet, reliable performance

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I'm looking for something just like this. Any comments on this one ???? Thanks in advance.

Don't know much about this but the price and capacity is good. The samsung story station is also a good drive, think someone posted a 1.5tb version for £83 the other day (£84 in amazon)

£112.21 at Scan (Today Only price) Much cheaper than Amazon for those who can get free delivery. Still a couple of quid cheaper than Amazon if you have to pay postage (6.99)

scan.co.uk/Tod…spx

Banned

so is this one of the cheapest 2tb external drives out there?

nice - tempted

is this a newer version for the same price

okobe.co.uk/ws/…=pr

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Does it draw it's power from the USB port, or does it need a plug?
Sorry CBA to google it.

Villa;7797668

Does it draw it's power from the USB port, or does it need a plug?Sorry … Does it draw it's power from the USB port, or does it need a plug?Sorry CBA to google it.


It needs a plug as it's a 3.5in drive (which is in the title) - the largest USB powered drive is currently 1TB.

John

while some here pay full wack just as on 1TB/1.TB's while i waited:whistling: and caught one cheap later:)..
now 2TB, just for them to go around £100 ish, then i'll grab one:w00t:

Cold for me. It's more expensive than the newer drive (with 3 year warranty this I think only has 12 months) is available at a number of places inc ebuyer I think who have the next model at £114ish. This is now at £133 at Amazon through a market place seller now too.

Definitely worth the extra 5 quid getting a solid Western Digital 2TB MyBook.

awesome price for a 2 terabite
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