IOMEGA External 500GB HARD DRIVE USB2.0 ....£119.84 delivered

IOMEGA External 500GB HARD DRIVE USB2.0 ....£119.84 delivered

Found 3rd Jan 2007
Simple, cost effective storage - Iomega's 500 GB - 3.5" Hard Drive is the affordable way to save your precious memories - save up to 2, 000, 000 photos, 9, 250 hours of music, or 750 hours of video. Not only is this drive economical but it is very easy-to-use and preformatted for simple set up - just plug and play.

General Compatibility PC, Mac | Device Type Hard drive - external | Expansion / Connectivity Interfaces 1 x Hi-Speed USB

Manufacturer Warranty: Service & Support Details Limited warranty - 2 years

Cables Included 1 x USB cable | Power: Voltage Required AC 110/230 V ( 50/60 Hz ) | Power Device Power adapter | Power Source Included AC adapter

Software / System Requirements: OS Required Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional / XP Professional, Apple MacOS X or later

Hard Drive Connector 4 pin USB | Interface Type Hi-Speed USB | Capacity 500 GB | Form Factor 3.5"

Performance: Data Transfer Rate Details Hi-Speed USB : 60 MB/s | Max Data Transfer Rate 60 MB/s | Interface Transfer Rate 480 Mbps


Not sure of the Buffer Size at the moment....but will check it out and update as soon as I know.


Also...MISCO pay a very generous 8% Quidco!


[COLOR="Navy"]500GB - wow - will take some filling!

Great find - thanks.[/COLOR]

Nice find Thanks for the pointer ;-)

Check your local Staples - they sell it for 109.99. At least my local does

Nice deal.

Out of interest though, does anyone know if this drive has any advantage over the Western Digital model posted a few weeks back ?


I'd say that WD one from a few weeks back is the better deal


I'd say that WD one from a few weeks back is the better deal

Mattc, have a look at this please:-

Sorry OP :oops:

Original Poster

Yeah, the WD was a better deal....but the 10% voucher has now expired its back up to £129.99 now (before Quidco)

Also, with this one at Misco, you get about £8 in Quidco (I think they calculate using the price excluding VAT at Misco), which would in theory bring the overall cost down to about £112

Again, year old post. Vote it cold people.

What's up with all these old posts?

Original Poster

I guess there must be a glitch on the HUKD website if this is appearing again...I posted it about a year and a half ago!
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