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Samsung 2TB M3 Slimline Portable USB 3.0 Hard Drive Black - £69.99 @ Dabs.com
Samsung 2TB M3 Slimline Portable USB 3.0 Hard Drive Black - £69.99 @ Dabs.com

Samsung 2TB M3 Slimline Portable USB 3.0 Hard Drive Black - £69.99 @ Dabs.com

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Product Description

The Samsung M3 Portable External Hard Drive delivers handy portable storage. It is easy to take with you, and has ample space to store all of your important data, files and photos. The durable black design look the part,m and stands up to the rigours of daily use.

Box Contains

Samsung Hard Drive
USB Cable
Quick Install Guide
User Software (preloaded)
Electronic User Documentation (PDF)

30 Comments

This is the cheapest I have seen for a 2TB Portable USB 3.0 Ext Hard Dive!
Have used Samsung drives for years with no problems at all.
Grab it!

Good deal! heat from me

Also, equivalent Seagate available at the same price...

pcworld.co.uk/gbu…tml

I see PS4 upgrade here.

2 ordered, cheers

Samsung has Seagate inside I think?

thinking of getting this one and returning my cloud WD 3TB which I got for £100

Same price at ]Maplins

I got the 1.5TB from Amazon a month or so back for my XB1, can't knock these.

Will this work in a ps4 though? Anyone verify before I buy?

Just bought this yesterday from Amazon for 65.99 and got a five pound off over a 40 spend, bringing it down to 60.99, bargain!

Will this work with a Samsung smart tv to record/pause etc? Also can it be partitioned for 2 devices? I want half and half for pc

Great for Xbox One just plug into a USB port and done plus you keep the space of the Xbox One internal drive.
Edited by: "shasnir" 30th Dec 2015

@dannygreen Fairly sure it can't be partitioned. I'd like it as well if it could do that. Seems such a waste for it to have 2TB dedicated to one device only.

PoserDude

Good deal! heat from meAlso, equivalent Seagate available at the same … Good deal! heat from meAlso, equivalent Seagate available at the same price...http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/data-storage/hard-drives/portable-external-hard-drives/seagate-expansion-stbx2000401-portable-hard-drive-2-tb-black-10011083-pdt.html



Heat from me. I'd rather any other drive manufacturer than Seagate I'm afraid only drives I've ever known to fail in 20+ years of IT are Seagate

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bytemaster

Amazon have the Toshiba HDTB320EK3CA 2TB 2.5 inch Canvio Basics USB 3.0 … Amazon have the Toshiba HDTB320EK3CA 2TB 2.5 inch Canvio Basics USB 3.0 External Hard Drive - Black on back order at £65.98 if you can wait.



Dabs are also doing the same one for the same price.
dabs.com/pro…=3

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link2metroid

@dannygreen Fairly sure it can't be partitioned. I'd like it as well if … @dannygreen Fairly sure it can't be partitioned. I'd like it as well if it could do that. Seems such a waste for it to have 2TB dedicated to one device only.



If you've got something like partition magic you would be able to partition any HDD, you should also be able to format into partitions using disc manager on windows (Defo can on xp.

Hope this helps wikihow.com/Cre…ion


Edited by: "ashsufc1889" 30th Dec 2015

Jim_Bob_Beers

I got the 1.5TB from Amazon a month or so back for my XB1, can't knock … I got the 1.5TB from Amazon a month or so back for my XB1, can't knock these.

do you notice any different when playing digital games stored on there rather than the internal HDD?

Am i missing something here? The newer version of this hdd can be had on amazon for £67

amazon.co.uk/Sam…ive

Tosh cheaper @ Argos if you can get one in your area £64.99 (i.e. Birstall, Leeds)
argos.co.uk/sta…htm

So this will work in a ps4 then?

DealWizard

This is the cheapest I have seen for a 2TB Portable USB 3.0 Ext Hard … This is the cheapest I have seen for a 2TB Portable USB 3.0 Ext Hard Dive! Have used Samsung drives for years with no problems at all.Grab it!


a seagate one has been 55 on amazon a couple of times

kraigisonfire1

So this will work in a ps4 then?



If your talking about upgrading the internal hard drive I think you need a SATA interface, if you look at post #10 if those pictures are it's internal interface then I would say No as it looks like it has an internal USB interface.
Edited by: "shasnir" 30th Dec 2015

Damn it, I've just in the last hour bought one of these from PC World

pcworld.co.uk/gbu…tml?intcmpid=display~RR

brilly

a seagate one has been 55 on amazon a couple of times



Surprised - I've never seen a 2TB portable for £55

DealWizard

Surprised - I've never seen a 2TB portable for £55


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kemik

Heat from me. I'd rather any other drive manufacturer than Seagate I'm … Heat from me. I'd rather any other drive manufacturer than Seagate I'm afraid only drives I've ever known to fail in 20+ years of IT are Seagate


Hi
But this is a Seagate HDD anyway

£65.99 at Amazon now, dispatched and sold by them

amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1

Received mine today, Royal Mail just posted it through the letterbox!! oO
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