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Well I am usually not one to worry about what stuff looks like. However I needed an external Hard drive to backup my computer and happened to find this one on sale at Fry’s today for $59
Its an Iomega eGo 250MB USB powered drive. SKU is 34262 and refered to as “midnight Blue 2.5 AM” if anyone else decides they want to track one down… The color is a spot on match(its exactly the same color, texture, and material) plus the chrome trim… You could put a samsung logo on it and people would think it was OEM
here is a link to home page for it
I use a 2.5″ usb/ide blue case bought from ebay HK last year for Â£5 delivered – whacked in a spare 36G drive from a dead laptop and it’s very usefull.
Using same username/pw as xp pro desktop lets me share files / dvd etc but also use virtual dvd and multiple iso images, so dont have to carry ext dvd around.
That drive case looks good – nice one!
I just saw it in UK for approx $120, so you did well there!!!!!!!
Wow all of Europe really seems to get the shaft when it comes to technology prices… this Hard Drive converts to about 40 pounds UK…. plus don’t you have that VAT tax of like 20% or something too? sales tax here is around 8% in most states
I bought 500GB Seagate Free AgentGo. Very portable and cost me $150. I got it with a case and some ‘dock’ that I don’t need at all.
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