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    Iomega 1TB External Hard Drive -£68.48



    Accessories USB 2.0 cable, Power supply and stand
    Brand Iomega
    Hard Drive Size 3.5"
    Interface USB 2.0
    Product Depth 19.86 cm
    Product Height 12.06 cm
    Product Weight 0.975
    Product Weight Units kg
    Product Width 3.1 cm
    Rotational Speed 7200rpm
    Storage Capacity 1TB

    Catalogue number: 204-6510

    Was £99.97 - but not any more!
    Now £68.48
    * 69 Clubcard points

    You can also get FREE shipping if you add a sim card*.

    *Free Delivery on selected SIM cards

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    They also have a 2.5" 250GB for £39.11 (vat adjustment - shows in basket).



    Iomega 250GB portable hard drive
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    Catalogue number: 204-0415

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    or collect in store for free delivery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mazhar
    or collect in store for free delivery.
    I don't think there's any cashback for collect @ store. If your after free delivery then I'd go for the sim card option and return that to the store for a refund when next doing shopping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _ST_
    Quote Originally Posted by mazhar
    or collect in store for free delivery.
    I don't think there's any cashback for collect @ store. If your after free delivery then I'd go for the sim card option and return that to the store for a refund when next doing shopping.
    hmm!! very smart!

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    This is now back in stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _ST_
    They also have a 2.5" 250GB for £39.11 (vat adjustment - shows in basket).

    Thanks for this, been looking for a decently-priced, tough, portable hard drive for a while now. Rated.

    Edit: _ST_ I just noticed my rating bumped you up to Mastermind

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    Sorry to hijack the thread, but I've got a quick question for any members who know about networking and shared storage...

    The post above shows the drive I've just bought. I want to share it between me and my two housemates, but rather than unplugging it and swapping it between eachother, I'd prefer to make it a wireless shared drive.

    We all use the same wireless connection, but I've got a MacBook and they've both got Dell Windows laptops. I've just found THIS on Amazon. From what I gather (through my very limited computer knowledge), that adaptor allows all the users of a wireless network to access a shared drive.

    I'd appreciate it if someone who knows their stuff could have a quick look at it, and let me know if I'm correct or not. If that's what it's for, would it be easy for a novice to set it up and get it running? And if that's not what it does, could you give me a couple of recommendations of products that actually do what I'm looking for? Looking to spend £50 max.

    Thanks for any help!

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    Does anyone know what type of connector the HDD inside has? SATA/IDE?
    and also the make and model of the HDD, I'd be surprised if it was Iomega.
    I'm needing a cheap 1T HDD for this little piece of electronic wizardry HDX 1000 NMT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mental1
    Does anyone know what type of connector the HDD inside has? SATA/IDE?
    and also the make and model of the HDD, I'd be surprised if it was Iomega.
    I'm needing a cheap 1T HDD for this little piece of electronic wizardry HDX 1000 NMT
    you'd be much better off paying a few quid more and buying one of the WD GP internals. The NMT devices are very fussy about HD's, and the WD GP ones are about the best for them, as well as running quite cool.

    Scan quite often have the 1tb one for about 70 quid in their today only deals

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/1TB-W...ache-89-ms-NCQ


 

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