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2TB Seagate Backup Plus Slim USB 3.0 External Hard Drive EXPIRED

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Staples has select Seagate USB 3.0 External Hard Drives and Solid State Drives on sale at prices listed below after you apply coupon code 17248 in cart. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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w/code 17248 (continue thru checkout)

2TB Seagate Backup Plus [staples.com] $44.99 AC (small filler needed) Red also [staples.com]

500GB Seagate Expansion [staples.com] SSD $49.99 AC

500GB Seagate One Touch [staples.com] SSD $54.99
$47.99AC > Now $54.99

6TB Expansion Desktop HDD [staples.com] $84.99 AC


2TB Seagate Expansion Portable [staples.com] - $34.99AC ($10.01 filler needed)
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Title suckered me in seeing 4 tb and $45. Odd how it populates those fields.
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Does this use USB-C, or does it still use that side-by-side connector of ext. HDDs of old?
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Any cheap filler?
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my 4tb nas drive died (Raid is currently rebuilding) and i like having a 4tb spare on hand

are these types of drives still shuckable?
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Here's a $0.55 filler [staples.com]
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Title suckered me in seeing 4 tb and $45. Odd how it populates those fields.
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Seagate....pass
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Got a 2tb
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8tb works as well. 5 bucks more than it was three weeks ago. eh... I feel like these drives should be way cheaper considering there are 14tbs are floating around. Wth, I'll pull the trigger on this one I desperately need the space.
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Seagate....pass
yeah was going to blindly bite, then realized, seagate
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The Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2TB is most likely an SMR drive. It wouldn't be too bad if you need a lot of space in a laptop or portable drive, but I don't really need it. Good price though.

This comparison convinced me not to bother with sticking it in my laptop: https://www.anandtech.com/show/14...able-smr/3
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Title suckered me in seeing 4 tb and $45. Odd how it populates those fields.
What's odd is you guys are just now noticing. I came in just to see if someone commented on it. It's not a mistake and has been going on for years.
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use the code 17248 for additional $15 for online orders above $60.
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What's odd is you guys are just now noticing. I came in just to see if someone commented on it. It's not a mistake and has been going on for years.
I've seen it hundreds of times as well. This one looked especially botched.
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