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2TB - WD My Passport USB 3.2 Gen 2 Portable SSD - 1050MB/s, 3D TLC, USC-C - £134.54 Delivered (cheaper with fee-free card) @ Amazon Spain

£134.54£214.9937% off
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  • ACCELERATED PERFORMANCE. Larger files and more content demand next-level performance. The My Passport SSD delivers read speeds of up to 1050MB/s1 and write speeds of up to 1000MB/s1 , and capacities of up to 2TB* so you can access your digital world anytime, anywhere.
  • PASSWORD PROTECTION WITH HARDWARE ENCRYPTION. Your digital world is invaluable. Help keep your data safe with password enabled 256- bit AES hardware encryption and simple backup.
  • TAKING DURABILITY TO GREATER HEIGHTS. Carry your data with confidence. The My Passport SSD has a bold, metal design that is tough enough to handle whatever comes your way. Shock and vibration resistant. Drop resistant up to 6.5ft (1.98m).
  • SIMPLE BACKUP. Included backup software2 makes it easy to enable simple back up of high-capacity files to your drive or cloud service account.3 Set it and forget it! Compatible with Apple Time Machine (requires reformatting).
  • THE NEW LOOK OF SSD PERFORMANCE. Stylishly designed in a range of colors, enclosed in a compact sleek metal design. The My Passport SSD is engineered from the ground up to be a quality drive, inside and out, to deliver reliable performance.
  • OUT OF THE BOX COMPATIBILITY. No setup required. Ready to use right out of the box and compatible with PC and Mac. Equipped with USB 3.2 Gen-2 technology, the My Passport SSD comes with a USB-C cable and USB-A adaptor to work with legacy systems
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  1. Dale_Cooper666's avatar
    does starling qualify as a fee free card?
    bozo007's avatar
    Yes. As also Chase, Halifax Clarity and Barclays Rewards. (edited)
  2. amour3k's avatar
    Cos' of Brexit, are there any hidden clause's attached to thing's like buying from Spain, etc? (even on Amazon).

    Like, eg. delivery costs, eg. import/export tax.

    And so on, and so forth?

    Or ...

    radical's avatar
    No. Everything you need to pay is shown at checkout