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3TB Seagate BarraCuda 3.5" SATA III 7200 RPM Internal HDD for $79.99 AC, 64GB Corsair Survivor Stealth USB 3.0 Flash Drive for $23.99 AC (128GB for $40.99 AC) & More @ Newegg.com

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i just bought the 4tb version for 99$
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i just bought the 4tb version for 99$
Where? And is it still available?
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i just bought the 4tb version for 99$
more info.........
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Where? And is it still available?
At micro center but I think it's in store only
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At micro center but I think it's in store only
Ugh... thanks. Don't have a micro center near me :-/
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Ugh... thanks. Don't have a micro center near me :-/
Actually I think you can get it shipped http://www.microcenter.com/produc...rive_-_OEM
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i just bought the 4tb version for 99$
I too bought one at my local Microcenter, this 3TB would've been nice though
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i just bought the 4tb version for 99$
Same lol
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Amazon has the 3TB for 79.99 as well

https://www.amazon.com/Seagate-Ba...KG4NE?th=1
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At micro center but I think it's in store only
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Where? And is it still available?
micro center but i simply price match it with best buy so i can use my gift card
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Any of these can be used for Nas?
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double post, sorry!
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Any of these can be used for Nas?
I've been running a Synology box with 3 cheap home-use drives like this one since january 2014 without a single issue. 18 months ago I purchased a WD RED drive (the series they make for NAS) as my 4th drive. It just failed last month.

This is, obviously, a single data point that means nothing. All hard drives fail at some point, some after a month and others after 15 years. Make sure you use an appropriate RAID configuration that allows you to lose a drive (or two) and still have all your data and you'll be fine.
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I bought a 3TB Seagate for $80 almost 4 years ago. Sad what the prices are on these hard drives.
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