SEAGATE NAS HDD ST2000VN000 - 3.5'' Hard drive - 2 TB £47.93 @ pixmania
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SEAGATE NAS HDD ST2000VN000 - 3.5'' Hard drive - 2 TB £47.93 @ pixmania

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Found 30th Dec 2015
The Seagate NAS HDD hard drive is a storage solution designed to promote the productivity of businesses and individuals. It generates a secure private cloud for archiving and preserving your data.

Through NASWorks technology, this drive supports custom error recovery controls and preserves the health of the storage system. The NAS HDD also has a higher tolerance to vibration and heat emissions.

Advanced power management supports multiple power profiles for low-power, 24 x 7 performance

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Original Poster

Pixmania not everyone's favorite retailer and yes Seagate have had problems any other suggestions post them.

Available for order but not in stock - amazon.co.uk/Tos…300

Would take this all day over the seagate.

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Pepp77

Available for order but not in stock - … Available for order but not in stock - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-3-5-Inch-Retail-Low-Energy-Drive/dp/B013J7OAQK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1451467568&sr=8-1&keywords=toshiba+300Would take this all day over the seagate.



You can't it's OOS, this is a deal site not a if it was in stock it would be a better deal site. All the cold voters may not have noticed that this is the NAS version and a better build quality than the desktop version.

I haven't voted either way. The one I posted is a green drive, but as I have only used Green drives for the past 6 or 7 years in PCs, DAS's and NAS's I am happy to recommend them. And I did say it is OOS, but is available to order. IF Amazon let you order an out of stock item then you will get it (Like I just received my WD drives from the £56 deal that was OOS for most of the time it was an active deal :))

However if you want a 2TB seagate drive then this does appear to be a good price.

I'm confused by the fact that it "generates a secure private cloud". What does that mean? I'm out of the loop with recent advances in drive tech but they surely can't mean that the drive is an IoT device, can they?
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