Novatech 60GB 2.5" 4200rpm SATA Ultra Quiet Notebook Hard Drive - OEM - £17.10 - Free Delivery For Forum Member @ Novatech + Quidco
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Novatech 60GB 2.5" 4200rpm SATA Ultra Quiet Notebook Hard Drive - OEM - £17.10 - Free Delivery For Forum Member @ Novatech + Quidco

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Found 18th Jul 2009
Novatech replacement 2.5" notebook hard drives are an ideal choice for replacing existing laptop drives. These hard drives are straight from the same production stock as used in every Novatch laptop computer and will always be of the highest quality from a major manufacturer such as Fujitsu, Hitachi or Western Digital.

Cheap to upgrade your laptop, or change it into a nice portable drive, with an enclosure, cheapest I have seen.

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How Do You Get the free Delivery.

Think I will wait a week & pay The £1.99 Postage Option.
Good Find Though, Thanx

Roasting hot!

60 gig is more than enough for almost anyone (providing you dont like eye patches).

abaxas;5783299

Roasting hot!60 gig is more than enough for almost anyone (providing you … Roasting hot!60 gig is more than enough for almost anyone (providing you dont like eye patches).



Yaaar!

At 4,200rpm I wouldn't recommend it for a laptop, but if you need it for cheap external USB drive then it should be decent.

abaxas;5783299

Roasting hot!60 gig is more than enough for almost anyone (providing you … Roasting hot!60 gig is more than enough for almost anyone (providing you dont like eye patches).


Nonsense, 60GB is pretty low capacity for most people with entirely legimate use - by the time you install Windows 7/Vista you're going to lose a large chunk of that straight away (or for an external drive, when you image such as a setup). Digital photos, videos, games etc. all take up considerable space these days especially with 16GB cards being so cheap. If it was an IDE interface it would be more useful as it would be a cheap way to revive an older laptop where the slower speed isn't going to be too bad although for a modern laptop I think this drive's use is limited due to the low capacity and slow speed.

John
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