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WD - Easystore 10TB External USB 3.0 Hard Drive - Black $159.99 at Best Buy

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Yes these are shuckable
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Just FYI, My last two are the white drive.
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And it's also the same price as always
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The 12TB Black Friday deal was better imo
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Way better deal here: https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/13702757

12.54 per TB as opposed to 16 here. But you have to buy 24 TB.
Fewer larger drives are always more desirable than a lot of small drives though.

Hard drives are starting to become so reliable that I'm retiring them not because of reliability concerns, but because they are simply too small to be practical.

So if costs are at all close, go for the 12TB first, then the 10TB if there is a significant price difference, and 8TB again only with a huge price difference, and just forget anything smaller than that IMO as it'll be obsolete before it breaks and have low resale value.
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Fewer larger drives are always more desirable than a lot of small drives though.

Hard drives are starting to become so reliable that I'm retiring them not because of reliability concerns, but because they are simply too small to be practical.

So if costs are at all close, go for the 12TB first, then the 10TB if there is a significant price difference, and 8TB again only with a huge price difference, and just forget anything smaller than that IMO as it'll be obsolete before it breaks and have low resale value.
We're talking about a difference of 3.50 per TB. For 10 TB that's $35 difference. It's not like 8TB drives are tiny compared to 10s. If you want all 10s, good for you. But you can connect a shit ton of these things to any NAS or computer so I don't see the point. Even if you fill up all the physical drive slots, you can still connect as many more as you want via USB.

This is slickdeals, where people come to save money, so I am really sorry for pointing out a deal with $35 savings over this one.
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You know what? The thread I posted would even save you more money on 10 TB drives. It's $100 off when you spend $400. If you get two of their 10TB for 180 each. That's $360. Find anything else on their website for $40. Spend $400 get $100 off. In the end you will have 2 10TB for $300 ($150 each, which is cheaper than this deal) and also whatever you spend $40 on.
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lol, not really a "savings"...sorry..
Please read my most recent post and continue to scoff at me for trying to save you money sir.
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that's not how math works, give it up dude...
I guess you are just a troll... if the total cost is $300 and you got two 10 TB drives, how much would each one cost you?
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