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10TB WD EasyStore External USB 3.0 Hard Drive EXPIRED

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Best Buy.com has 10TB WD EasyStore External USB 3.0 Hard Drive (WDBCKA0100HBK-NESN) on sale for $159.99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks captainguy

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I wanted to chime in with a big thumbs up vote on WD drives. I'm now exclusively WD in my "home lab". I've got 4 of these in my RAID cabinet shucked. All performing well. I've got SSDs as well, but spinning, I have 15 Red 3TB's in a 21TB RAID 10 (including hot-spare) for VMs, 1 3TB Purple Security Cam Storage, and these 4 10TB Red/Whites in a 20TB RAID 6.

Yes, I'm fine with only getting 20TB out of 40TB in drives. But, from here out, every drive I add from here out gives me full size value. And, yes, I realize the inherent dangers of RAID 6 rebuild times on drives this slow/large. But, it's just movies and shows, and it's the reason I went from RAID5 to 6 anyway. I'm sure I'll be getting another one of these in the not too distant future to push to 30TB. A full (slow) initialization on 4 drives took right about 4 days.

I've gotten them on this deal every time they have come up at $160 (thank you slickdeals posters!!) with the USB drive. It's INCREDIBLY difficult not to get one again. Right now. Justifications are running rampant in my head...

"You only have 8.5TB of 18TB (formatted) used right now... but you've been inviting people to the plex server... you'll need more fast... and just think... you could assign it as a hot-spare until you need the space and help protect your data... yeah... that's it... you're just being prudent. Spend the money... go ahead! ... why haven't you bought it already?? ... come on man... just buy the drive..."

I may have a problem...
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Damn.
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my bad. that was only 8tb Seagate.
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Depending on how you slice the previous deal with the 32 gb usb this might be the cheapest ever.
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Got one. Thanks
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Can I use this for my Xbox oneS
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Apparently these are easily shuckable and have the WD whites in 'em.
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$150.39 after tax through GE. In for max (limit of 1). Thanks!
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I have 6 of their 8TB brothers (mix of red and white labels) in a NetApp DS4243 and they work like a charm. Prices are great and only getting better with time.
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Thank op! $152 after taxes
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