I have a slightly used (it was used as a notebook backup and possible
standby boot disk, and as I didn't backup all that often, it didn't
get used all that much) 80GB Samsung MP0804H (5400 RPM, 8MB cache)
2.5" disk drive which is now surplus to requirements, as I have a new
notebook with a larger disk so I need a larger backup disk.
The housing is http://shop.zeg-shop.de/shop/
which has Firewire and USB2.0 connections.
1 EURO / GB sounds like a not unreasonable price to me, but of course
I'm open to offers.
P.S. That 80GB is of course gigabytes, not gibibytes, as is normal
practice in the disk drive world.
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