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Freecom Classic - Hard drive - 80 GB - external - Hi-Speed USB - buffer: 2 MB - black

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      29.12.2004 12:00
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      Definately a "Classic"

      FREECOM CLassic - 160GB External Hard Drive - Hi-Speed USB 2 – 7200rpm

      Purchased online from Novatech pre Christmas, delivered two days later as promised (typical Novatech) from £97.61, up and running 10 minutes later.

      It is the size of the avearge paperback book and if it did not have a very bright blue light to tell you its working you really would not know.

      I could not believe how easy it was to set up and use. The ’10 minutes’ above is not an exaggeration at all and that includes loading the software.. The unit comes with a small clip on stand and the whole thing sits very unobtrusively on the side of my desk. The only critiscism is that the lead to the power pack is a bit short, the lead from it to the unit is not however so it is just thsiting of the power pack that could be a problem.

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      It's all about Gigabytes. Programs and data take up more and more storage space. The need for installing an extra hard drive on your PC is more present than ever. Freecom now offers the perfect upgade for your PC: the Classic Hard Drive, a no-nonsense external hard drive. No need to open your PC: just plug the Classic Hard Drive in the USB port (USB 2.0 or 1.1) and you instantly have a substantial increase in storage space. The future is simple!