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WD Elements 4tb Portable HDD £72.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 1st Dec 2019

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These really should be mid £60's already......
Got the 5TB seagate for £72. So will pass
Got mine at the pricing error earlier this year for £35 and it a great little drive. heat!
Can you plug this straight into your phone device to backup pictures etc (huawei mate 20x)
johno2105198901/12/2019 10:19

Can you plug this straight into your phone device to backup pictures etc …Can you plug this straight into your phone device to backup pictures etc (huawei mate 20x)



Doubt it. First it'll come with a USB A connector so you'd need an adapter or new cable. plus I doubt your phone will output enough power for this drive to run.

My TV can't supply enough power for the 4TB version. It can however supply anough for the 2TB version
Dray01/12/2019 10:40

Doubt it. First it'll come with a USB A connector so you'd need an adapter …Doubt it. First it'll come with a USB A connector so you'd need an adapter or new cable. plus I doubt your phone will output enough power for this drive to run.My TV can't supply enough power for the 4TB version. It can however supply anough for the 2TB version


I never considered whether jumping up to the 4gb would have this affect. Can we find out with the TV specs do you think? I have the OLED 55b7
FTOdude17001/12/2019 13:01

I never considered whether jumping up to the 4gb would have this affect. …I never considered whether jumping up to the 4gb would have this affect. Can we find out with the TV specs do you think? I have the OLED 55b7



Would need to check with the TV manufacturer. I know mine has 2x USB 2 ports and thasts likely why it lacks power for the bigger drives. If you have USB 3 ports then I'd imagine it would supply enough power for a USB 3 device, i.e. these drives.
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