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The world's smallest 2.5" hard drive and the cheapest on the web + free freight - Freecom Mobile Drive XXS 160GB USB-2 £39.99
The world's smallest 2.5" hard drive and the cheapest on the web + free freight - Freecom Mobile Drive XXS 160GB USB-2 £39.99

The world's smallest 2.5" hard drive and the cheapest on the web + free freight - Freecom Mobile Drive XXS 160GB USB-2 £39.99

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The world's smallest 2.5" external hard drive
Compact size, fits easily into your pocket
27% smaller in volume than the closest competitor
Designed with unique form-fitting injection moulded rubber for optimal grip
Including compact sized USB Cable, no "cable mess" anymore inside your bag!
Buspowered, no need to carry a bulky AC adapter
Excellent value for money
No cooling fan, ensures quiet operation
The perfect storage extension for your notebook or desktop computer
Perfectly suited for making easy drag & drop" backups of your important files
High quality and sleek design, only 109.8 x 79.5 x 13.5 mm
Weighs not much more than a mobile phone
One year manufacturer's warranty and unlimited free helpdesk support

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Slightly larger than a 160gb ipod classic.
Not bad.

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Quite groovy. Maybe some heat will come your way.

I use my 160gb iPod for storage all the time

Comparing this with my LaCie mobile disk it's no narrower or thinner, just shorter. Looking at the data sheet it also weights 155g, substantially more than a mobile phone (Mine for example is 72g).

The 'compact USB cable' translates into ]very, very short USB cable - you can forget about using this on a lot of desktop PCs unless you want to hold the drive up while accessing it so factor in the cost of another cable if you're going to be using it on lots of computers.

A decent deal if this hard drive suits you, but definitely not for everyone.

Friend of mine picked up one of these as the Lacie was out of stock.
Its a bare hard drive with a very thin rubber sleeve covering it and a 2cm long cable.
It inspires no confidence at all. Woluld not want to trust this with my data.
There are much better options for the same price for a few pounds more.

not bad as might invest if i every want a larger memory for my netbook. but 8gb onboard and 4gb sd card atm suffices.

not bad as might invest if i every want a larger memory for my netbook. but 8gb onboard and 4gb sd card atm suffices.

Price gone up to £44.03 ?

Was going to get a freecom 250gb XXS drive like this but noticed the one year warranty. Got a WD passport which as 3 year warranty.

MBeeching;3281940

I use my 160gb iPod for storage all the time



You mean the one you paid £33.99 x 5 for?

simont1966;3402826

Friend of mine picked up one of these as the Lacie was out of stock. Its … Friend of mine picked up one of these as the Lacie was out of stock. Its a bare hard drive with a very thin rubber sleeve covering it and a 2cm long cable. It inspires no confidence at all. Woluld not want to trust this with my data. There are much better options for the same price for a few pounds more.



Totally agree - had a look at one of these in Staples (who, by the way, have been selling this drive at £39.99 for ages) and the rubber case is not strong enough to protect the drive. There's a reason that it's the cheapest drive you can buy...

A friend of mine has one of these and gave me the drive for a few days to use. The cable is very short as simont1966 mentioned. I did not pay much attention to the rubber casing, but did think it was very small for the size of storage.
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