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Maxell 12GB USB2.0 Portable Hard [email protected] £17.99
Maxell 12GB USB2.0 Portable Hard Drive@play.com £17.99

Maxell 12GB USB2.0 Portable Hard [email protected] £17.99

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Originally cost £49.99, but reduced by 64% to £17.99
Specification reads :-
12GB HDD Holds:Up to 3400 digital photosUp to 3000 songs (MP3)Up to 300 songs (uncompressed CD quality)Up to 1 hour of Digital Video (DV)Up to 5 hours of DVD quality videoUp to 1.5 hours of HD videoInterface: USB2.0Speed: 480Mbps

14 Comments

already posted m8

always amazes me really, been it for 20+ years - built my own pc about 9 years ago with a top of the range hard drive which is half this capacity!

Original Poster

Didnt spot it had already been posted...DOH

blackster;1736376

already posted m8



Twice, I believe.

jonneyt;1736382

Twice, I believe.



Well i was going to mention twice but didnt want to sound harsh

royals;1736377

always amazes me really, been it for 20+ years - built my own pc about 9 … always amazes me really, been it for 20+ years - built my own pc about 9 years ago with a top of the range hard drive which is half this capacity!




My first PC back in the day had a 20mb Hard Drive

blackster;1736395

My first PC back in the day had a 20mb Hard Drive



luxury mine was 10mb with 640k of memory

Banned

Well my first was named Angela so there!

trog0;1736508

luxury mine was 10mb with 640k of memory



Well I bought a 50mg external hard drive for my Atari and it cost me £550.00 :w00t:

My first was run off punch cards what the dog ate ;-)

My hand built Z80 had 1k of ram and me and my old lady used to play ping-pong on it as we huddled round the parrafin lamp trying to see the buttons - ah, the good old days!

Well my first Hard Drive was a fiesta with busted suspension!

Right...

I used to wake up in the morning at 8 o'clock at night half an hour before I went to bed.

I used to have to make do with 0.0005k of RAM AND use a QWE keyboard - it only came with half back then.

The 'hard-drive' was an alchoholic hamster spinning in his wheel and if I hadn't typed in 8,000 lines of code from an issue of BBC Computing in 1 hour AND have the program debugged AND running properly my father would kill us and dance about on our graves singing 'Hallelujah'....

Now you try telling the young people today that - and they won't believe you.

Could anyone who's got one of these let me know what capacity Explorer is recognising this at? Mine shows 11.1GB.
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