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If you have Amex card, might have $10 back on $40 or more, so would make this $50. Not bad.
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https://www.staples.com/seagate-4...t_24383774
$10 more for a portable one.
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Had $5 back on $25 Amex for office supply stores. I'll end up paying $59 after tax.
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If you have Amex card, might have $10 back on $40 or more, so would make this $50. Not bad.
Doesn't look like I have it or I'd be tempted to buy.
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$25 off of $75
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Thanks alank7, used the code....got it down to $59.53 (with tax)
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Thanks alank7, used the code....got it down to $59.53 (with tax)
Might be a one time use. I couldn't use it.
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Please correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Seagate one of the brands that SD'ers claim have a high failure rate?
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Please correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Seagate one of the brands that SD'ers claim have a high failure rate?
Yes it is but I would take that with a grain of salt
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Please correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Seagate one of the brands that SD'ers claim have a high failure rate?
Yes. That has been my experience. Mine became corrupted and I wasn't able to recover much.

They may have improved since my last upgrade around 5 years ago.
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Every time I give seagate a chance I'm disappointed. The drives either corrupt data or die within a year or two Frown. I have WDs over ten years old still alive and kicking!
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Yes it is but I would take that with a grain of salt
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Yes. That has been my experience. Mine became corrupted and I wasn't able to recover much.

They may have improved since my last upgrade around 5 years ago.

So with their quality in question, is it worth risking if it will be used strictly for PS4 additional storage? I'm not a gamer and don't know how catastrophic it would be to lose the gaming data but my son has asked me to get an add-on drive for it.
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So with their quality in question, is it worth risking if it will be used strictly for PS4 additional storage? I'm not a gamer and don't know how catastrophic it would be to lose the gaming data but my son has asked me to get an add-on drive for it.
I'm not positive but I think this is is the model that has to be externally powered and usually for game systems people use ones that are powered only with the USB port.. at least I think.
as far as their data I wouldn't know that either, no first-hand experience
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Externals run hot, so it's really not a good idea to leave them plugged in all the time.
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