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320GB Pocket Hard Drive Philips Casing, Western Digital HDD $133.90 delivered @ Zazz today

Posted By: sandgroper, posted 2009/02/11 08:33
* High speed USB 2.0 interface (supports USB 1.1 also)
* Red aluminium case with indicator LED
* USB connecting cable included
* Protective carrying case (black)
* Driver CD (only required for Windows 98, all later platforms support it natively)
* Compatible with Mac OSX/Linux/Windows 2000 and above including XP & Vista
* SATA interface supporting up to 320GB drives
* Dimensions 123x74x14mm
* Powered by USB bus 5v/0.5A
Western Digital Scorpio Blue model WD3200BEVT
Expiry date:2009/02/11
16°-+
$133.90
  • sandgroper2009/02/11 08:33:53
    http://www.zazz.com.au/images/products/320GB_Pocket_Hard_Drive_image32382.jpg

    Warranty: 12 month warranty on casing, WD 3-year warranty on drive
  • fishmonkey2009/02/11 10:14:20
    mmm, red colour is very nice...

    price per GB is about the same as the 500GB Seagate FreeAgent Go in this deal (which has a 5 year warranty):
    http://www.buckscoop.com.au/deals/16946/seagate-freeagent-go-500gb-199-jb-h

    with the all these small 2.5" drives hitting the market, i would also add that unless you really need a portable drive, 3.5" desktop drives are much cheaper per GB and generally more reliable in the long run...
  • wheadle2009/02/11 10:22:04
    No idea on the reliability factor of these particular drives but if you travel or take your hdd between office and home these more compact drives are brilliant. You do get a 3 year warranty with this drive. Not as good as the 5year obviously
  • wheadle2009/02/11 10:23:29
    http://www.zazz.com.au/Uploads/wrongway-rightway.jpg
    just had to post this wrong way image :p
  • fishmonkey2009/02/11 10:36:52
    wheadle;80606
    No idea on the reliability factor of these particular drives but if you travel or take your hdd between office and home these more compact drives are brilliant.


    that's what i mean, use 2.5" drives for portability, and 3.5" drives for capacity and reliability...

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