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Verbatim Store'n'Go 1TB USB 3.0

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  1. Darksaber

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    Other drives cost similar.
    Isn't 2 years warranty a industry standard for such USB drives?
    Thanks for the review.
     
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    It is cheaper than the hard drive by itself and the hard drive model itself does not offer any warranty. :)
     
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    Interesting, got different info from somewhere else about the warranty - fixed.

    EDITED: Checked with my sources. Only the US sold drives offer a warranty, the ones in the EU only offer one if bought in combination with a system or external enclosure like this one. If the drive is bought seperately, only the legal minimum warranty can be applied - and in Germany there is no legal groundworks for a reseller to have to offer any kind of warranty for example.

    Aso for other USB 3.0 hard drives:
    http://geizhals.at/eu/?cat=hdx25&sort=p&xf=840_USB 3.0~6_1000 the Verbatim is the cheapest listed here for example.
     
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    if 1 tera could go in usb, why ssd still kinda expensive?
     

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