As title there are vouchers in Sunday papers for WD Raptor 36Gb 10000rpm sata drives at PCWorld for £49 odd pence usually about £70-75
But only if you need the feature - a 120 or 160GB WD or similar make HDD is that price or less...:-)
This was posted for the attention of anyone wishing to purchase a Raptor drive and is no way a recommendation to buy it just because its cheaper.
ps addcheaper than normal price.
I suspect that these drives are originally scsi drives which have been downgraded by having the scsi electronics removed and replaced with sata electronics.
well went into my pc world (bedford) and the raptors were at 99.99!!
There was a voucher in the newspaper you had to take in.Offer ended Tuesday.
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