Intenso 1TB DriveStation USB3.0 External HDD

CCL Code: BAK3400
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Manufacturer Code: 6021560
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Manufacturer: Intenso
Intenso 1TB DriveStation USB3.0 External HDD

Key Features:

  • 1TB External HDD
  • Ports: USB3.0
  • USB Powered

Delivery Options (from £2.99)

Wednesday 1st May via Priority DPD

Friday 3rd May via Royal Mail 1st Class

Collection Options

Wednesday 1st May from CCL (BD11 2PS)

Wednesday 1st May from Local Collection Point

£43.13

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Intenso 1TB Memory Case, 2.5" External Hard Drive with USB 3.0 connectivity in Black.

Hard Disk

Disk Size 2.5 Inches
Disk Capacity 1024 GB
Disk Speed

Performance

Data Transfer Rates (Read) 85MB/s - (Write) 75 MB/s

External Interfaces/Ports

USB Ports 1 x USB 3.0

System Requirements

Operating Systems Supported Mac OS 10.x (USB 2.0 Supported) • Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7

Physical

Form Factor External Hard Disk Drive
Enclosure type External
Colour Black
Barcode 4034303014217

Key Features

Main Colour Black
Bundled Backup Software No
Power Source USB Powered
e-SATA No
RJ45 No
Firewire 400 No
Firewire 800 No
WiFi No
Thunderbolt No
USB 3.0 Yes
USB 2.0 No
Price (Bundles) 39.1
Disk Form Factor 2.5
PC Connection Type USB3.0
Interface Type USB 3.0
Network Ready No
Solid State Drive No

Item Details

Manufacturer Intenso
Manufacturer Code 6021560
EAN 4034303014200
Condition New

Do you have you a question about the Intenso Memory Case 1TB 2.5 inch External HDD USB 3.0?

Q: What is the warranty on the drive.
Answer by Website User on 9th June 2017
This comes with a 1 year warranty.
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Q: If on the top I have information: intenso drive station; intenso case... does you sell DRIVE or acessories as case on drive?
Answer by Dan on 4th January 2016
We don't carry any accessories for this hard drive. -Danlevan
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Q: will i be able to plug this into my tv to view my pictures and movies etc...
Answer by CCL on 27th August 2013
As long as your TV supports USB powered hard drives then yes you should be fine. -Danlevan
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