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Master Geek
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Topic # 111695 12-Nov-2012 11:12
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Could I please get some advice on where I can buy cheap hard disk for my old laptop to get it going for few more months.

I want to spend as little as possible though it means I can get few tens of GB or even less.

I need 2.5" SATA one but am unable to search for cheapos anywhere. Any help ( ideally urls pointing the retailers websites) is much appreciated.

Ideally I'd like to spend less than 50 NZD even if that money can buy only less than 50 GB hard disk.

Thanks heaps.


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  Reply # 715768 12-Nov-2012 12:27
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At that price you are looking at TradeMe.

Geekzone price comparison has a new one at $67.

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  Reply # 719242 19-Nov-2012 01:13
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I have a 80Gb Sata HD that is looking for a home. Pulled it from my Mac Mini a wee while ago.

PM some details if you are interested.

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