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Fujitsu Storagebird 1TB External Hard Drive £42.99 ebuyer/ebay DOTD
Fujitsu Storagebird 1TB External Hard Drive £42.99 ebuyer/ebay DOTD

Fujitsu Storagebird 1TB External Hard Drive £42.99 ebuyer/ebay DOTD

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Bargain, thanks

Editor

Thanks - great price!

comes with external power supply, I suppose?

how reliable is the HDD iteself?


and which deal is better, this one or: hotukdeals.com/dea…345 (despite the 4 quid difference)

is it usb powered?

only 4200rpm in case anyone was thinking about removing hard drive and using it inside a pc.

but still a great price for an external HDD, hot!

jus did some research it is deffo externaly powered!!

If it says "portable" in the description it normally means no power supply needed, if not then it will probably use a power supply.The largest portable(no power supply) i have seen is 1gb, so the norm at the moment is anything above 1gb will be powerd by a power supply.Note: this could change any time so the best is to check before buying.

Deano467

only 4200rpm in case anyone was thinking about removing hard drive and … only 4200rpm in case anyone was thinking about removing hard drive and using it inside a pc.but still a great price for an external HDD, hot!



Not voting cold but good spot on the spindle speed, Deano, deal-breaker for me & so nearly went for it assuming it would be 7200rpm being a 3.5" drive. Thanks.

Got mine today, opened it up as i want to use the drive in another caddy

Its a WD10EACS and it says RECERTIFIED on the hard drive which is another name for refurbished isnt it ???

* Model Number: WD10EACS
* Capacity: 1TB
* Speed: 7200 rpm
* Cache: 16MB
* Interface: SATA 3Gb/s (300MB/sec)

http://i477.photobucket.com/albums/rr135/deanos102/CIMG2701.jpg

Banned

What a good way to get rid of those pesky used drives, stick them in an enclousures and sell them for more as externals and no one will ever know!

I wonder how common this practice is? Seems pretty underhanded to me, considerring these drives are sold as new, true the enclosure is new but the drive sure aint, I wonder if that is even legal.

If you were just going to stick it in another enclosure why did you not just buy a 1TB HDD for £36 instead of getting an external for £42.99 that could have came with any old rubbish?


Edited by: "Reser" 30th Dec 2010

Reser

What a good way to get rid of those pesky used drives, stick them in an … What a good way to get rid of those pesky used drives, stick them in an enclousures and sell them for more as externals and no one will ever know! I wonder how common this practice is? Seems pretty underhanded to me, considerring these drives are sold as new, true the enclosure is new but the drive sure aint, I wonder if that is even legal.If you were just going to stick it in another enclosure why did you not just buy a 1TB HDD for £36 instead of getting an external for £42.99 that could have came with any old rubbish?



I was upgrading my Wii hard drive and needed an enclosure to put the old hard drive in and sold that as a complete unit
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