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Storage is always a key consideration, whether it's for a laptop, a Mac, a PS4, an Xbox or an iPhone. These days, people need more room for data than ever before, thanks to music, videos, photos and software, and external hard drives are a great way to supply this. Find the very best external hard drive prices by shopping at hotukdeals. Read more
Transcend 1 TB Slim StoreJet 25M3G, Rugged External Hard Drive £33.97 @ Amazon
Posted 3 h, 23 m agoPosted 3 h, 23 m ago
** Updated with new price - which has increased since the original post. But - still an OK price for these great little drives. Was about to purchase the Iron Grey colour veRead more

Transcend don't make hard drives, so its most likely a Seagate spinner inside them, but they have also had WD Blues inside. Basically its whatever Transcend could source cheaply, so there no way to know what hard drive iit is internally in advance.


It's still an OK discount, I would personally change the price and unexpire the deal.


I dunno. £33.14 is still decent for these. I was about to buy at £38 thinking that was good.


£33.14 now... :/


Amazing, I got one of these, bought it 2014, still going fine, excellent casing. I was going to sell it for £25 next week lol

Intenso 6021460 Memory Play 2.5 inch 1TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive - Black £24.82 @ Amazon
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Nice price. The portable 2,5" hard drive Memory Play records your favourite tv shows and movies and can be turned into your personal movie library with up to 2 TB capacity. - Int… Read more

Gone up to £30.66 now. Added it to my basket to check. Good price but views aren't the best if you're using it as a TV external drive.


I wouldn't as the read and write speed are terrible.


I currently live in Mars. I can't get it!


Can you use this on PS4 as an external?


£24.78 for a 1TB portable drive - bought! Heat Added!

5TB Seagate One Touch Portable External Hard Drive, £83 at Amazon
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Good price for this drive. Seagate 5TB One Touch USB3.0 External HDD - Blue This ultra-portable storage device offers safe and secure photo, video and music storage from your mo… Read more

https://chiacalculator.com/ This might help you answer that question I'm currently on ~14TiB of plots which has taken me about 3 weeks to get done I first started. In that time, the total netspace is roughly 8 times larger than it was, so it's doubling every week... I was lucky enough to get a block about a week ago when I had 9TiB and my time-to-win was 2 months I'm planning to pool my future plots from now on, I think, and I'll just run the original 150 plots as a single farmer to see if I get lucky again


Great price 🔥


Hi, can i connect it to an NVR that is just powered using 2amps adapter. I managed to run an ssd off its USB port directly. But then another one did not work.


The growth is super quick, I’m on 10Tb and my estimated time to win is 3 months solo, last week it was on 6 weeks estimated. Too many people are joining the network so you would need to constantly keep expanding storage and reinvesting to keep up. Pools aren’t officially launching for another 2 days so can’t speak for that yet.


Really depends on your hardware compatibility. Do you have space to fit 20 drives, etc

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Seagate 5TB One Touch Portable External Hard Drive (STKC5000403) £82.90 delivered - Amazon
Posted 10th MayPosted 10th May
Decent offer for the red version of this. Yes - not the price it once was, and will probably not go down back to that price. Credit to @idontflycathay for finding the black ver… Read more

I ordered this on monday, they delivered on tuesday, when i started to use it my files dissapeared twice so i reformatted, started loading files again to back up 2 tb Seagate expansion my son had dropped on the floor by carrying it by the cable, came back about forty minutes later to check on progress, and this hard drive sounded like a bag of coins. I lost 400gb of files which i have spent a few hours today recovering. ( I have the seagate recovery software which was offer some months ago) The luck of the draw perhaps, as i have a 4tb version which is working fine. It is probably down to the courier throwing it around and not handling with care. i will return it and reorder. But to all you guys buying and keeping this in storage test them now or soon, and why keep storage in storage thats all wrong. The only saving grace as this was shaking itself to pieces, i watched Manchester united getting a beating.


Ordered 2 and put in a mirrored storage pool, working great serving media.


Who needs 5tb portable storage.


Would this be any good for storing and playing ps4 games on a ps5


Yes (annoyed)

WD 1TB My Passport Portable SSD with NVMe Technology, USB-C, Read Speeds of up to 1050MB/s £124.99 at Amazon
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Posted 10th MayPosted 10th May
Larger files and more content demand next-level performance. The My Passport SSD delivers read speeds of up to 1050MB/s* and write speeds of up to 1000MB/s*, so you can access your… Read more

That was the one I was about to try next, thanks. I'd definitely be happy with 48c the ones I tried before were hitting 80-85c under sustained writes.


I have this Sabrent enclosure, which seems to stand up to plotting Chia non-stop with a 1TB NVME SSD without overheating. Don't get me wrong, it gets toasty warm (48°C on my thermal cam) but quite happily hits speeds of 1000MB/s on crystaldiskmark And overall, including the 1TB SSD, only cost me £110, so a small saving with the added flexibility of being able to easily move the drive into other devices or reuse the enclosure https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sabrent-Type-C-Tool-Free-Enclosure-EC-SNVE/dp/B08RVC6F9Y/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=sabrent+nvme+enclosure&qid=1620722855&sprefix=sabrent+nvme&sr=8-3


Whoops, didn't notice it was NVMe. I'm back in my box now if one of you wouldn't mind closing the lid for me - thank you!


That's why I have not tried from the start. If a brand is decent and established in making such devices, I'm sure 90%+ of the time they will do a better job than me. I know there are exceptions, but I rather wait for a sale and buy the ready made product. OK with normal HD, but with ultra fast SSD, I don't think I will save much if I make it myself and I will probably fail anyway.


It's annoying, I tried a few cheap M.2 NVMe enclosures (SSK, Orico, UGreen) with a couple of different M.2 drives (2TB WD SN750, Sabrent Rocket 2TB) and they've all overheated and/or disconnected while doing 1TB+ transfers over USB 3 Gen 2 speeds. If I was buying something now it would be a complete one like this because presumably WD has actually ensured their enclosure is fit for purpose.