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Seagate 1TB Solid State Hybrid Drive (SSHD) Hybrid 8GB SSD 3.5" Hard Drive - £60.64 delivered @ Scan
Seagate 1TB Solid State Hybrid Drive (SSHD) Hybrid 8GB SSD 3.5" Hard Drive - £60.64 delivered @ Scan

Seagate 1TB Solid State Hybrid Drive (SSHD) Hybrid 8GB SSD 3.5" Hard Drive - £60.64 delivered @ Scan

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Why so cheap? Is this a true SSD?

Hybrid drive with 8gb of sold state Attached to a conventional hard disk drive. Speeds up start up and Common running programs
Edited by: "grommachine" 21st Dec 2014

Rather purchase a 32gb ssd and 1tb hdd, works out same price. But ok deal.

OP .. how can your Deal be up to 2TB's, when your Product Descriprion clearly says 1TB? .. I dont get it ..... lol. :-)

amour3k

OP .. how can your Deal be up to 2TB's, when your Product Descriprion … OP .. how can your Deal be up to 2TB's, when your Product Descriprion clearly says 1TB? .. I dont get it ..... lol. :-)


Marketing blurb, this range of drives come in capacities up to 2TB.

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cfbc

Why so cheap? Is this a true SSD?



Basically you cannot access the small 8gb ssd pay yourself. The hard drive intelligently moves anything you use on a regular basis to it to speed it up. quicker than a normal hard drive but still slower than an ssd

Probably a good bet for archiving/ backup, rather than as a C drive.

Take a look at any reviews/comparisons of any SSHD and you'll soon see why it's a much better idea to get a small SSD and another HD for data.

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Infrasonic

Probably a good bet for archiving/ backup, rather than as a C drive.



The opposite to be honest. The ssd part would not be effective at all as just a storage drive. You need this as your c drive

Infrasonic

Probably a good bet for archiving/ backup, rather than as a C drive.

Definitely not for backup, it is for system drive.
Edited by: "splender" 21st Dec 2014

cfbc

Why so cheap? Is this a true SSD?

What it is on the tin is hybrid and 8GB.

Edited by: "splender" 21st Dec 2014

Shame the 2tb isn't on sale

This is slower version 5400rpm, looking for confirmation anyone

Don't bother to buy a hybrid. Its no big difference as performance. Like somebody said better buy a real ssd+hdd.

Dont like Seagate personally but its an alright in its own right

As a 3.5" drive it makes little sense unless it was only a few pounds more than a normal drive.

As a 2.5" drive it made a lot of sense but with the price drop of SSD's over the last year these are getting less so.

When I got my original (500gb/4gb) 2.5" drive for £100 or so a 120gb SSD cost about £400. Now the same size (480gb) SSD costs £135. But a 240gb SSD for less than £65 is the sweetspot.
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