Currys and PC World announces External Hard Drive savings

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Customers could save up to £50 on top external hard drives - online and in-store.

Currys and PC World, the UK’s leading electrical retailers, are giving customers the chance to save up to £50 on their vast range of external hard drives and data storage units – including portable drives, desktop and network hard drives.

There are huge savings to be found on many top branded products, online and in-store, including those made by Iomega, LG Electronics and Western Digital.

The enormous Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive, which boasts an impressive 2TB worth of memory storage, is now priced at just £79.99. Its versatility ensures customers can share and access their files from any computer or laptop.

On the portable side of things, the impressive PNY 32GB Key Attaché USB Memory Stick offers users a generous 32GB worth of storage for just £8.99.

Currys and PC World are also offering customers spending over £70 on any of their data storage units an additional HP memory stick for free. With 8GB worth of storage available, it’s the perfect little device for quickly transferring files from one computer to another.

The two customer promotions coincide with Currys and PC World’s massive 72-hour sale, which, launching today, gives customers another great opportunity to make great savings on top quality computing goods, including laptops, software packages and PC accessories; not to mention a wide range of technology across the stores.

For more information on these incredible deals and the weekend 72-hour sale, please visit the Currys and PC World websites – and [


About Currys and PC World:

Currys and PC World are part of Dixons Retail plc. With over 1,200 stores and online services spanning 28 countries, Dixons is widely acknowledged as one of Europe’s leading specialist electrical retailing groups. Dixons employs over 38,000 people and provides top quality training to ensure their personnel can provide amazing customer service on products ranging from televisions to ovens, and computers to touch screen laptops.

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