Maxtor one touch 250gb 7200rpm 16mb cache external hard drive $175 + $10 for PRIORITY

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    I have an almost new maxtor one touch external hard purchased from staples just a couple days ago for a backup before sending my dell in for repairs. I have no need for it anymore. If you like I can fax your my sales receipt. My ebay ID is DavidCL2.
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    David Cappell
     
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    I have a OneTouchII 300GB and an older OneTouch 200GB, both of which have dual FW400 and USB2.
     
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    There are two versions, one with USB2.0/FW400 and one with just USB2, which version is this?
     
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    Your point being? lol, trying to hijack my thread?
     
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    I have a new offer, just to complete the deal I will add in free shipping (via priority mail). So your total will be $175 flat. If you like we can do the transaction over ebay with a BIN and then there will be just $10 for shipping (to cover my ebay fee's).
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    David Cappell

    Anyone paying with paypal MUST have a confirmed shipping address.
     
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    This is a good deal, I just bought a 200GB Maxtor One Touch II External HD for $160 from Office Depot.
     
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    I agree with you :D But no one agrees with their $ :p
     
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    Nooo, I think he was just trying to help someone figure out what type of connections it can handle.
     
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    I know, that's why I added lol, I was kidding :)
     
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    I'm just trying to be helpful. I didn't realize there was a non-FW version of these drives.
     
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    Oh, sorry, I thought your were trying to SELL your drives inside my thread.
     
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    No way. Those drives are crammed full of DV capture right now! :)

    Sorry for the confusion.
     
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    lol, very cool. Maybe I will just keep the drive as there is not much interest in it.
     

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