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Newegg.com has 2TB Seagate Expansion Portable USB 3.0 Hard Drive (STEA2000400) on sale for $64.99 - $5 w/ promo code EMCRKBE23 = $59.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Discombobulated
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This highly-rated drive has earned 4.3 stars overall (out of possible 5) based on 7,190 customer reviews at Amazon. - brisar

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I am assuming you are talking about this deal:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10554720-4tb-seagate-backup-plus-hub-usb-3-0-external-hard-drive-for-mac-70-free-s-h?src=SiteSearch
And that is not comparable to this deal. You bought a enclosed 3.5in drive that requires its own power supply. If that does everything you need and you don't mind the extra space required, you made the right purchase but for people looking for a portable drive, that deal wouldn't cut it.
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Bought this exact model a few months back and pulled the HDD from enclosure and installed in an Alienware 15R3, works great! As an added bonus I put the old AW 1TB HDD back in this enclosure and it also works great!
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Shuckable?
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Man I just got a 1tb for $55 lol
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Shuckable?
Bought this exact model a few months back and pulled the HDD from enclosure and installed in an Alienware 15R3, works great! As an added bonus I put the old AW 1TB HDD back in this enclosure and it also works great!
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Bought this exact model a few months back and pulled the HDD from enclosure and installed in an Alienware 15R3, works great! As an added bonus I put the old AW 1TB HDD back in this enclosure and it also works great!
Can you confirm the specific hd inside?
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Can you confirm the specific hd inside?

Mine had an ST2000LM003
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Mine had an ST2000LM003
So it's Samsung?
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So it's Samsung?
Should be, was in my case. I think they all use the same drive?
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Should be, was in my case. I think they all use the same drive?
Got it. Thanks so much
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Boy am I glad i bought that 4TB one for $70 2 days ago
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I am looking for a external drive for my xbox one. I keep seeing these deals for 2TB for $60 and am very tempted but I think 1TB for $40 will be sufficient. Thumbs up and good deal regardless OP.
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Boy am I glad i bought that 4TB one for $70 2 days ago
I am assuming you are talking about this deal:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10554720-4tb-seagate-backup-plus-hub-usb-3-0-external-hard-drive-for-mac-70-free-s-h?src=SiteSearch
And that is not comparable to this deal. You bought a enclosed 3.5in drive that requires its own power supply. If that does everything you need and you don't mind the extra space required, you made the right purchase but for people looking for a portable drive, that deal wouldn't cut it.
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