expired 1 HOUR DEAL 7-8pm AEDT - SEAGATE Expansion Portable 1TB - $99 Delivered Only @ DickSmith.com.au

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1 HOUR DEAL 7-8pm AEDT (16/02/2012) - SEAGATE Expansion Portable 1TB - $99 delivered only @ dicksmith.com.au

The 1TB Seagate Expansion Portable Drive (ST910004EXA101-RK) is a basic drive that goes wherever you do and allows you to transport files from one computer to another.
Features:
- It is USB powered so no need to carry external power supplies.
- Easy set up with no software to install as the hard drive is automatically recognised by Windows®.
- It is straight forward to use, simply drag and drop to save files.
- The 1TB Seagate Expansion Portable Drive features built-in power management for energy-efficient operation.

closed Comments

  • +6 votes

    Just wondering why the Seagate Expansion Portable 1.5TB have the same price ($129) with this 1TB drive on your web. Seems this 1TB drive is selling overprice from your web. Even you now have a $99 one-hour deal, I will think it is just a normal price and not a deal at all.

    Seagate Expansion Portable 1.5TB
    http://dicksmith.com.au/product/XM2196/seagate-expansion-por...

  • +7 votes

    Seriously you guys have missed to plot.

    it is a 2.5 inch drive, not the cheaper 3.5 inch drive.

    Brocky2006, show us where you can get a 2tb 2.5 inch usb powered ext drive for $99.

    Maybe you guys should look at the deal before b1tching about it and showing how little you really know.

    A Myahopping search http://www.myshopping.com.au/PR--369381_Seagate_ST910004EXA1... shows cheapest price is $139.

    Maybe you idiots should do some research before you complain to a company that is trying to save you a few bucks.

    • +4 votes

      First comment still stands though. They currently have the 1tb for $129, and the 1.5tb for $129. They then do a restricted run of the 1tb at $99 on special. By their own standards, the 1.5tb is probably a better buy.

      Maybe a bargain for the out-of-towners, with free delivery for $99, but for me it is not quite there yet.
      USB2.0, should be around $79. It will be in about a month I guess/hope.

  • +1 vote

    1.5tb 2.5" USB 2.0 has been $129 for ages.

    • +1 vote

      That's why when this post first came up, I feel really sorry about Dick's marketing and sales team.
      I choose to not neg this deal as I think they can do better. Yelling for a "One Hour Deal" should be something better. sigh…..

  • -2 votes

    why not pay 115 to get the 2TB from umart

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    Let's just hope for the Belkin UPS for $30 tomorrow ;)

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    no deal. $99 for 1TB doesn't even get onto the front page of staticice.

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      care to share that page?
      (Unless that page is full of 3.5 inch external drives…. which might mean you are clueless)

  • -1 vote

    I've been in the market for a 1Tb portable 2.5" drive for a while now since the price hike last year, never really seen it go below $100 let alone if the retailer even has stock left. I did see an article somewhere earlier today talking about how prices of hard drives are about to jump again by 20-30%. Going to get one just because I am tired of waiting for the prices to return to normal and the $99 pricetag was what I was budgeting to get under. I would get the 1.5Tb but the only store with stock is about a 45 min drive away.

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