M3 Portable 4TB External Hard Drive £99.95 @ Overclockers
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M3 Portable 4TB External Hard Drive £99.95 @ Overclockers

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Edited by:"Steviepunk"Found 18th Nov
Seems to be the best price for a new 4TB portable drive at the moment

Delivery: £8.70 (or free delivery if you're a forum member)

Edit: delivery info added (thanks CHUNGHO1)

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£8.70 for delivery or free delivery if you're a forum member

Original Poster

CHUNGHO16 m ago

£8.70 for delivery or free delivery if you're a forum member



Forgot about that - updated the description to add the info (I'm a forum member, so forgot that P&P can cost!)

Is this make reliable?

Original Poster

I believe that the 'Maxtor' devices have Seagate drives in them - that will matter to some people.

However in general the failure rate across manufacturers is not too different. You do get the odd exception, Seagate did have an unusual increase in failure rates with their 3TB drives 4 or 5 years ago, so that did put some people off them.

That said (and usually does get said in every HDD thread here ), always have a backup of your data - any drive can fail, so always be prepared for it.

Any good for using with the Xbox one

AaronEllis3 h, 50 m ago

Any good for using with the Xbox one


I'm using one just now on my Xbox One. No complaints here.

£104.51 from amazon delivered.

£8.70 post lol makes it no longer a deal just buy from amazon or wherever, its pretty much always the same story with overclockers perception is a deal until you hit the checkout and get bent over with postage costs.
Edited by: "revolver31" 18th Nov

Or just join as a forum member - really not difficult is it?

Shinoke14 h, 29 m ago

Or just join as a forum member - really not difficult is it?



Don't you have piss around wasting time building up comments posted b4 you get the free postage? amazon, ebuyer, novatech, scan, alza, newegg, pcworld, aria etc. don't force such nonsense and provide a free post option.
Edited by: "revolver31" 19th Nov

Hmm, maybe. I was a member anyway. I don't think the requirements are high - may as well join now and post a bit if that's required for future deals.

eBuyer and a few of those others have questionable customer service no?

The thing is, with free postage overclockers can be the cheapest option.

This is an example, £4 less than Amazon with free postage, £4 more without.

So fair enough really. If you want them as the cheapest option sometimes, put the little bit of work in to get free postage.

I'd happilly pay £4 more to Overclockers than eBuyer when spending £100 to be honest.
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