HGST Touro Desk Pro 4TB External Hard Drive - Bla​ck, £115.87 Delivered @ Amazon
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HGST Touro Desk Pro 4TB External Hard Drive - Bla​ck, £115.87 Delivered @ Amazon

£115.87
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Found 24th Jun 2014Made hot 25th Jun 2014
This is the PRO version / 7200 RPM performance.

- Superfast USB 3.0
- With 3GB of Cloud storage
- 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty

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Great drive - only annoyance - not got a on/off Switch.

So you get 4TB on the drive plus 3TB on the cloud? What's the deal with the cloud storage?

Oh I see - It's 3GB not TB.
Edited by: "janner66" 25th Jun 2014

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What can I do with this little thing

janner66

So you get 4TB on the drive plus 3TB on the cloud? What's the deal with … So you get 4TB on the drive plus 3TB on the cloud? What's the deal with the cloud storage?Oh I see - It's 3GB not TB.


Hahahaha
What can I do with this little thing

works great paired with an xbox one too

janner66

Oh I see - It's 3GB not TB


Microsoft Office 365 'is' offering inclusive Terabytes (not Gigabytes) - 1TB Per User, 5 Users Max (5TB)
So if you are in the need of Cloud Storage, its actually a good offer. Still Dropbox for me, is so simple, cross platform including Linux, I'd rather support that, given what MS have done to Skype since getting hold of it.

Just in case the usual questions come up again, this is a single 4TB drive and if you want to use it internally you'll need to break the plastic casing and void the warranty. The bare drive price has been priced a bit better recently (managed to get one from Amazon for around £120) but currently it's a bit higher at £130.

John

Johnmcl7

Just in case the usual questions come up again, this is a single 4TB … Just in case the usual questions come up again, this is a single 4TB drive and if you want to use it internally you'll need to break the plastic casing and void the warranty. The bare drive price has been priced a bit better recently (managed to get one from Amazon for around £120) but currently it's a bit higher at £130John


Have done this in the past with the Non-Pro Model, those clips really do break, even if you know exactly where they are. Impossible to open without damaging case. The non-pro is probably the better model to break open for NAS storage use. Using these in pair for a year, you'd be better off just buying WD Reds, you'd probably save the difference in power requirements over 12 months.
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