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Created 09-14-2017 at 11:47 PM by sr71
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Is there some reason this is a better deal than a 2tb drive I can generally find for around $65?
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Is there some reason this is a better deal than a 2tb drive I can generally find for around $65?
If you only have use for 1TB, this saves you $25, so yes. However I don't think $40 is a deal compared to other 1TB drives, although I'm not in the market for something so small.
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This appears to be a boxed WD retail drive, but I would open it and check the actual model number to verify it's the tried and true WD10EZEX. If so, it's a great price for this.

EDIT: Curiosity got to me. I found a boxed one of these on the shelf here along with several oem units. Although this box is blue, the retail model # is the same as listed at BB (WDBH2D0010HNC-NRSN) and contains the WD10EZEX drive. $40 for this particular drive [userbenchmark.com] is isn't necessarily "slick," but darn close. Debating whether to snag a couple for backups with 3 builds in the works. I honestly don't see these getting much cheaper anytime soon.
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Actually $50 is the normal price for an oem WD Blue. This is a retail boxed unit. Unsure if it is the WD10EZEX, but a quick look inside the box will answer that question.
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