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10TB WD My Book USB 3.0 External Desktop Hard Drive EXPIRED

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NeweggFlash has 10TB WD My Book USB 3.0 External Desktop Hard Drive (WDBBGB0100HBK-NESN) on sale for $209.99 - $50 w/ promo code NEFPCA11 = $159.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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This hard drive features built-in 256-bit AES hardware encryption with WD Security software, is Windows and Mac compatible (drive requires reformatting for use with macOS) and comes with a limited 3-year warranty. -Corwin

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Nice because this has the 3 year warranty rather than 2 of the Elements drive.
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Nice because this has the 3 year warranty rather than 2 of the Elements drive.
Is this harder to shuck vs an elements/easystore? Also, can it be easily formatted like them and dropped into a NAS?
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Is this harder to shuck vs an elements/easystore? Also, can it be easily formatted like them and dropped into a NAS?
I've had both. They're both fairly easy to shuck if you know where the tabs are. Yes, you can format and put them into a NAS. No issues here.
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I've had both. They're both fairly easy to shuck if you know where the tabs are. Yes, you can format and put them into a NAS. No issues here.
What type of drives are used?
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I've had both. They're both fairly easy to shuck if you know where the tabs are. Yes, you can format and put them into a NAS. No issues here.
Cool, thanks.
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Was just looking at this last night, so thanks for the heads up with the sale price OP.
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What type of drives are used?
WD whites, which are relabeled reds. I forget the exact model because I'm at work. 100ezaz off the top of my head.
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WD whites, which are relabeled reds. I forget the exact model because I'm at work. 100ezaz off the top of my head.
Did you have to do the pin trick in order for them to power up outside of their enclosure?
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Did you have to do the pin trick in order for them to power up outside of their enclosure?
Hard for me to speak to that. It looks like you would need to based on what I've read from others. The raid enclosure I put it in has no issues with it.
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Tempted to pick up 2 for RAID 1, then 10TB would last for a long long time.... probably until the 20TB out LMAO
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Wasn't this posted two or more days ago as I bought this through Newegg at the $160 price?
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