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5TB Seagate Backup Plus Portable USB 3.0 External Hard Drive EXPIRED

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Staples has 5TB Seagate Backup Plus Portable USB 3.0 External Hard Drive (STHP5000400) on sale for $109.99 - $20 w/ coupon code 44264 = $89.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select in-store pickup where available. Thanks sr71

Also available, Staples has Brother HL-L2390DW Wireless Monochrome All-In-One Laser Printer + Filler Item for $81.28 when you apply coupon code 44264 during checkout. Shipping is free, otherwise select in-store pickup where available.

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use code 44264 for $20 off 100 online

Also Brother HL-L2390DW [staples.com] MFC Laser Print $79.99 AC (w/small filler) ex $0.69 index cards [staples.com] update code 70775 (for $20 off $75 may work ~9/28)

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Bought identical drive from Costco 2 months ago,90 dollars, no coupon shenanigans required. Even better,,i can ignore all the seagate is junk trolls,,if it dies back to costco it goes.

Note drive works fine,as do my other 5 seagate drives and 3 wd drives.

Release the Trolls lol.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ST3000DM001

Backblaze noted that the failure rates of the ST3000DM001 did not follow a bathtub curve typically followed by hard disk drive failure rates, instead having 2.7% failing in 2012, 5.4% failing in 2013, and 47.2% failing in 2014. Other 3 TB hard drives that Backblaze placed in service in 2012, which were operated in a similar environment as the Seagate drives, did not show signs of increased failure.

You're free to feign ignorance but let's not get everyone else caught up in it.
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I am in the market for a compact all in one laser printer. After some research I have found that HL2395 model is superior. See the link below for comparison. There are previous SD posts with $99 for the 2395 model. I am still waiting for the price to drop. $80 for the 2390 model is attractive as well. Btw up to how many pages the introductory toner can print?

https://www.brother-usa.com/product-comparison?product-1=HLL2390DW&product-2=HLL2395DW
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Just be careful if you guys order from Staples. I ordered the printer model from the above commenter's link. I placed an order on August 5th and they said that I should receive it by September 25th. That's almost 2 months of waiting. I called to see if I'm able to pick up in stores. Online rep told me yes, but when I went to actually go to store, they told me I couldn't. I needed one and I wanted it for a cheap price so I decided to wait for it (and am still waiting for it).
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Bought identical drive from Costco 2 months ago,90 dollars, no coupon shenanigans required. Even better,,i can ignore all the seagate is junk trolls,,if it dies back to costco it goes.

Note drive works fine,as do my other 5 seagate drives and 3 wd drives.

Release the Trolls lol.
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Just be careful if you guys order from Staples. I ordered the printer model from the above commenter's link. I placed an order on August 5th and they said that I should receive it by September 25th. That's almost 2 months of waiting. I called to see if I'm able to pick up in stores. Online rep told me yes, but when I went to actually go to store, they told me I couldn't. I needed one and I wanted it for a cheap price so I decided to wait for it (and am still waiting for it).
Common issue,,as is the semi operational web site,and bizarro coupon requirements.
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drive ok for PS4?
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Why is this a deal? Costco has this same price. fark it, imma earn be some internet points if this is a deal.
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They say seagate is junk because Seagate has a history of it.

They actually have an ongoing lawsuit against them and that lawsuit has tarnished their reputation for a reason.
Most, if not all, hard drive manufacturers are the same.

Seagate is still in business. Seagate would of out of business if the company was unreliable.
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They say seagate is junk because Seagate has a history of it.

They actually have an ongoing lawsuit against them and that lawsuit has tarnished their reputation for a reason.
The fact less, Trolls have been released. Always the same, there is a lawsuit, no facts presented, they fail allot, dido no statistical facts. Same Trolls appear for WD and every other brand. Really gets old fast.
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Most, if not all, hard drive manufacturers are the same.

Seagate is still in business. Seagate would of out of business if the company was unreliable.
Your going to need more than Pegasus, and a magic sword, to defeat these Kracken
trolls.
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The fact less, Trolls have been released. Always the same, there is a lawsuit, no facts presented, they fail allot, dido no statistical facts. Same Trolls appear for WD and every other brand. Really gets old fast.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ST3000DM001

Backblaze noted that the failure rates of the ST3000DM001 did not follow a bathtub curve typically followed by hard disk drive failure rates, instead having 2.7% failing in 2012, 5.4% failing in 2013, and 47.2% failing in 2014. Other 3 TB hard drives that Backblaze placed in service in 2012, which were operated in a similar environment as the Seagate drives, did not show signs of increased failure.[3]

You're free to feign ignorance but let's not get everyone else caught up in it.
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