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Walmart.com has 5TB Toshiba X300 7200rpm Desktop Internal Hard Drive (HDWE150XZSTA) on sale for $114.99. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks tbird5
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https://www.walmart.com/ip/Toshib...e/47475597

Same price that Amazon had it yesterday before it sold out. The description reads 5GB but looking at the model number HDWE150XZSTA it is the 5TB version

Model reference showing it is in fact the 5TB drive, not 5GB as noted in the Walmart description: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6822149628

I was able to get the maximum of 3 from Amazon yesterday, just ordered one more to complete my desired RAID configuration.

Please take it easy on me, not an avid poster
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In for one. This should definitely be a homepage hot deal. Missed amazon deal and found remedy here. Love slickdeals. Period.
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Yeah, should be front page. Same price as a recent 4tb drive (but it was a NAS) and Toshiba was rated very highly in reliability recently along with Hitachi
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Newegg showing 159.99 to me.. already gone?
Walmart is still good, 114.99
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Newegg showing 159.99 to me.. already gone?
Walmart is still good, 114.99
I just added the Newegg link to show that the model number matches and it is in fact the 5TB drive, not 5GB as the Walmart description states.
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Cool...ordered 4 through Discover portal for 5% cash back too!
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in for one. thanks.
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Lots of bad reviews on Amazon....wondering if I made a mistake!
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Lots of bad reviews on Amazon....wondering if I made a mistake!
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Cancelled my order. Best case it appears these are noisy drives.
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Well under the $30/TB standard. I'd personally never trust a Toshiba drive, though the 2016 BackBlaze data shows Toshiba is second only to HGST for reliability (even though they had a small sample size and they're NAS drives). They have been known to produce some pretty crap 7200 rpm HDD.

For HDD data: https://www.backblaze.com/blog/ha...tats-2016/
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Anyone know if these drives are more reliable than Seagates aside from the noise? Lol
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Can this be used in a surveillance DVR?
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Back to regular price
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