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Micro USB 2.0 1-inch Portable Hard Drive (30GB) £26 delivered @ DX
Micro USB 2.0 1-inch Portable Hard Drive (30GB) £26 delivered @ DX

Micro USB 2.0 1-inch Portable Hard Drive (30GB) £26 delivered @ DX

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i am thinking of buying this usb hard drive,and i will decide on how you comment on this item.please be honest , if you think its cr*p

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if you dont want to wait for delivery another option amazon.co.uk/Asu…1-1

davver99;7043844

if you dont want to wait for delivery another option … if you dont want to wait for delivery another option http://www.amazon.co.uk/Asus-External-Drive-Portable-Pocket/dp/B002XGWZVQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1259508463&sr=1-1


£32.99 + £3.80 shipping

deal extreme usually 2-3week latest ive had 6weeks last order was 12days

You can get USB sticks with 16gb now, are these hdd really that much faster?

you can get 32gb USB flashdrives for around the £32 mark. you would be far better off with one of those instead. the item listen used to be around the £80 mark before USB drives got cheaper

Speed is not the only issue. I've long used a Maxell HDD (lower capacity but physically smaller and lighter and also with folding plug) for my portable apps as some of them can be configured to keep their datastore and/or cache on the drive rather than on the host machine and use of the drive means I sidestep the issue of memory wear.

I suppose you would have to add tax and import dury to this if customs opens it, no?!

JonBoy;7044897

Speed is not the only issue. I've long used a Maxell HDD (lower capacity … Speed is not the only issue. I've long used a Maxell HDD (lower capacity but physically smaller and lighter and also with folding plug) for my portable apps as some of them can be configured to keep their datastore and/or cache on the drive rather than on the host machine and use of the drive means I sidestep the issue of memory wear.



Memory wear?

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grima;7055227

I suppose you would have to add tax and import dury to this if customs … I suppose you would have to add tax and import dury to this if customs opens it, no?!



Customs duty won't be much but VAT will be almost £4 and Royal Mail will charge a £8 "admin" fee for collecting the charges. Takes the price to almost £40. Still, it might sneak in under the wire.

Look's good
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