Samsung S2 2.5" 320GB Portable Hard Drive (Red) - £29.99 Delivered @ Comet
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Samsung S2 2.5" 320GB Portable Hard Drive (Red) - £29.99 Delivered @ Comet

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Found 28th Apr 2011Made hot 28th Apr 2011
Been posted before, but now in stock for free home delivery and 2.5% Quidco available as well. If you want two you can use the EGG5 discount code to get £5 off (minimum £50 spend). Cheapest elsewhere seems to be over £40.

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Great price - nice little drive. Had two on the instore promotion a couple of weeks back. A highly recommended, quality unit. Thanks for sharing! HOT!

These are a great hard drive and a great price for this one! Nice.

Ordered cheers you can collect instore cheers op

Excellent price. Hot!!

Only problem with this price is there's no point stocking up as prices will only fall further, and I don't currently need one

Scorching hot though

Good price if you only need a small drive, but expensive when compared with a 1tb drive. You can get 1tb drives for less than £65 (convert this one £ for gb and you pay £94)..

I got one of these, a great little device for cheap.... ideal for those that don't download trigobytes of HD movies.

anyone else having a problem with their website again?

Grrrrr. Ordered for colection in store last time but they couldn't find any when I got there. Ordered a pair with £5 promotional discount for home delivery as per this deal. Order accepted then got an email saying they couldn't fulfill the order because none in stock.

Great deal if you can get one though.

Johnboy_1975

Only problem with this price is there's no point stocking up as prices … Only problem with this price is there's no point stocking up as prices will only fall further, and I don't currently need oneScorching hot though


seems to me that prices are sort of staying the same, just you are getting more for your money and the smaller ones get phased out.
to get on the portable storage bandwagon you tend to need to spend ~30 but the entry level size is increasing for that money.
those 80gb and 120gb ones are the exception as are in a different price bracket and i assume they are being made specifically and not just old stock.

Cheers OP, ordered for collection.

My first hard disk was 250Mb and i remember thinking when we have terrabyte drives then we wont need anythign mroe, but as quality of video and music gets better so do the filesizes get larger so if moores law holds out 1 Petabyte (1024 Terrabytes) drives will be around in 8-9 years and then 10 years after that Exabyte drives (1024 PetaBytes or 1 048 576 terabytes or 1073741824 Gigabyte) apparently 3-4 exabytes could hold everything ever published and broadcast anywhere in full 1080p and lossless sound.

how many Exabytes in a Terraquad? and how many commodore 64 tapes will fit on it?

Out of stock...

haritori

My first hard disk was 250Mb and i remember thinking when we have … My first hard disk was 250Mb and i remember thinking when we have terrabyte drives then we wont need anythign mroe, but as quality of video and music gets better so do the filesizes get larger so if moores law holds out 1 Petabyte (1024 Terrabytes) drives will be around in 8-9 years and then 10 years after that Exabyte drives (1024 PetaBytes or 1 048 576 terabytes or 1073741824 Gigabyte) apparently 3-4 exabytes could hold everything ever published and broadcast anywhere in full 1080p and lossless sound.



Or, we will be in a nuclear winter and not need it.

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Mine arrived yesterday. Smart little unit with a case. No problems using it and transfers data at a decent speed (certainly compared to my 8gb stick!).

price £33.99 now.....
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