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Toshiba 2TB Canvio 3.5" Desktop Hard Drive USB 3.0 (with 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty) £65.00 @ Ebuyer.com
Toshiba 2TB Canvio 3.5" Desktop Hard Drive USB 3.0 (with 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty) £65.00 @ Ebuyer.com

Toshiba 2TB Canvio 3.5" Desktop Hard Drive USB 3.0 (with 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty) £65.00 @ Ebuyer.com

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Toshiba 2TB Canvio 3.5" Desktop Hard Drive Product Description
Store data securely on the new STOR.E CANVIO external hard drives. It's quick and easy to transfer your files via SuperSpeed USB 3.0, and you can also organize data and backup files with pre-loaded NTI® Backup Now EZ™ software. Backward compatible with USB 2.0, the STOR.E CANVIO features versatile mounting options and is available in two colour variations.

Features

Super Speed Storage USB 3.0
Backup Software onboard
Password encryption
2 Year Manufacturer Warranty

Specification

Capacity: 2TB
Interface: USB 3.0
Drive Size: 3.5"
Interface transfer rate: max 5.0Gbps
Dimensions (L x W x H): 129 x 42 x 167mm
Colour: Black/white
Support: 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty

Box Contents

STOR.E CanvioHard Drive
NTI Backup Now EZ software (pre-loaded)
USB 3.0 cable ("A" to Micro "B" 2.5")
AC adapter cable
Quick Start Guide User's Manual (pre-installed on the hard drive)
Warranty Leaflet


Also at the same price is the Seagate 2TB Expansion Desktop Drive
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11 Comments

Can't see any problem with this deal, 2Tb, USB 3.0 2 year warranty and delivered by a reputable seller for £65. And if that isn't enough there is also the Seagate at the same price, Heat from me.

nice deal

nice for an external and usb3. 70 quid for green internal 2TB at the minute and externals are usually higher in price on average. USB 3 speeds vs a green 5900rpm drive the former i think will have higher transfer speeds

Value.....

LightningPete

nice for an external and usb3. 70 quid for green internal 2TB at the … nice for an external and usb3. 70 quid for green internal 2TB at the minute and externals are usually higher in price on average. USB 3 speeds vs a green 5900rpm drive the former i think will have higher transfer speeds


Two little mistakes.. externals are actually cheaper than internal drive these days. Many people looking for internal drives are ordering external drives and ripping them open to take out the drives for this reason.
Also, USB3 will be slower than a 5900rpm drive connected internally.


Tempting. Always seem to be running out of space. You'd think 12TB would be enough but no.

lol same. Drive looks nice though, for that reason alone im voting hot!!

LightningPete

nice for an external and usb3. 70 quid for green internal 2TB at the … nice for an external and usb3. 70 quid for green internal 2TB at the minute and externals are usually higher in price on average. USB 3 speeds vs a green 5900rpm drive the former i think will have higher transfer speeds



you don't think that after the data travels through that USB3 connection it ends up getting written to a 5900rpm spinning disc inside this external drive?

it's not faster than internal.

Which would you go for, the Toshiba or Seagate drive?
Edited by: "Rufu12" 15th Feb 2013

Rufu12

Which would you go for, the Toshiba or Seagate drive?



I'd go for Toshiba if they're around the same price and have the same specs.

Just scrolling through looking for an external hard drive, noticed this one gone up to £70 now.
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