Buffalo 1TB External Hard drive only £44.99 @ Ebuyer
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Buffalo 1TB External Hard drive only £44.99 @ Ebuyer

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Found 4th Feb 2011Made hot 5th Feb 2011
An innovative, fan-less design and power-saving mode make this Buffalo JustStore Desktop a dependable, economical and silent solution. Auto installation, easy operation and auto power on/off, you can quickly store, access, and transfer files, digital images, documents, and back-ups. Just plug it in to a PC or Mac and it works!

• USB 2.0 interface
• Pre-formatted drive for immediate use
• Easy set-up, no drivers required
• Silent fanless operation
• Connects to USB on any PC or Mac
• Two versions shipping, UK power supply and EU power supply

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Anyone know what drives they have in these?

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Hard ones?

Plus shipping, so not really the total price advertised

at least £4.18 postage so not as great an offer
Edited by: "daBluone" 5th Feb 2011

i had a look at this last night and at that point it was free shipping.

I've been using one of these for probably two years now, very very reliable.

This might be a better option - hotukdeals.com/dea…242

That one is cheaper (inc P&P) and it's been reviewed quite a bit more. Apparently it's not noisy like this one is during read/write (although mine has yet to arrive yet so I can't say from personal experience).

TheManners

This might be a better option - … This might be a better option - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/western-digital-elements-1tb-usb2-0-for-45-89-amazon/869242That one is cheaper (inc P&P) and it's been reviewed quite a bit more. Apparently it's not noisy like this one is during read/write (although mine has yet to arrive yet so I can't say from personal experience).



Thanks for this

This is the one recommended hard drive for Panasonic D25 series tellys.

TheManners

This might be a better option - … This might be a better option - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/western-digital-elements-1tb-usb2-0-for-45-89-amazon/869242That one is cheaper (inc P&P) and it's been reviewed quite a bit more. Apparently it's not noisy like this one is during read/write (although mine has yet to arrive yet so I can't say from personal experience).



In general, Buffalo are better than WD imho. I haven't got first hand experience of these two models though.

CaptainWest

I've been using one of these for probably two years now, very very … I've been using one of these for probably two years now, very very reliable.



same for me
though recently it has disappeared from my computer(i have 4 externals)
i will reserve judgement till i do the new PC build as this PC has a graphics chipset problem and it maybe causing issues

Up until recently, i would have said go with Buffalo, but now, i'd say stay well clear..
I bought the Buffalo Linkstation (practically same unit except has ethernet).
I moved data onto it, next day, 'Error 22' drive unmountable. The unit can see the drive, which is a 'SEAGATE'! of all the drives to use, they use a rubbish Seagate!
So now i have a unit which can be replaced under warranty but i lose my data..... Although i am happy to void my warranty, they units are created so you cant get into them unless u cut through the plastic.. as there are no screws....
Utter rubbish, go with WD.... even there own customer support were as helpful as a chocolate fireguard..
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