Seagate 400GB Pushbutton External HDD USB2.0 7200RPM 16MB  - £79.99 Delivered
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Seagate 400GB Pushbutton External HDD USB2.0 7200RPM 16MB - £79.99 Delivered

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Found 3rd Apr 2007
* Drive Specifications
* Spindle Speed: 7200 RPM
* 8MB or 16MB cache
* Blue activity lights
* Horizontal dimensions: 7.125" D x 6.5" W x 2.25" H
* Vertical dimensions with pedestal: 7.125" D x 3" W x 6.75" H
* Weight: 2 lb, 9.5 oz
* System Requirements
* PC users:
* Available USB 1.1 port or higher
* Microsoft Windows XP, Me, 2000 Pro, 98SE
* Mac users:
* Available USB 1.1 port or higher
* Mac OS X, Mac OS 9.2.2 or higher (initialisation to Mac OS Extended required)
* Package Contains
* 3.5-inch external hard drive
* USB cable
* AC adapter and power cord
* Quick start guide
* Bundled software CD

Two-year limited warranty
Full guarantee covers parts and labour.

5 Comments

Thanks for this Nice price!

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You're welcome

Editor

Good price and still in stock , thanks Kommiunist :thumbsup:

Thanks. Just ordered one

Looked into getting one of these a fortnight ago for about the same price.

What put me off was the apparent lack of confidence that Seagate have in these units.

By this I mean they only guarantee the product for two years whereas new Seagate 7200.10 IDE drives (and SATAs for that matter) come with a 5 year warranty.

As I saw it, they either put inferior disks into these models or have no confidence in the enclosure. Either way you're screwed if it goes wrong in 25 months time. And even if they put great disks inside, why buy a disk with a 2 year warranty when you can have the same disk with a five year one if bought separately?

I ended up buying a new OEM 7200.10 drive and an ICYBOX external enclosure.

Means I've got a tip top external harddrive with a 5 year warranty instead of this unit's 2 years. If I want to do automatic backups I just schedule Norton Ghost and the job is done.

Just my tuppence.

J
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