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8TB WD easystore USB 3.0 External Hard Drive EXPIRED

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Best Buy via eBay has 8TB WD easystore USB 3.0 External Hard Drive (WDBAMA0080HBK-NESN) on sale for $127.99. Shipping is free.

Best Buy also has 8TB WD easystore USB 3.0 External Hard Drive (WDBAMA0080HBK-NESN) on sale for $127.99. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Includes WD Discovery backup software
  • Compatible with Mac and PC
  • 2-Year Warranty

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    • This price is slightly less than our previous FP Deal from March 2021.
    • This deal is $52 off (29.9% savings) the retail list price of $179.99.
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Hold out to save $8?
Due to the current chip shortage, all signs show that prices of every piece of computer hardware will be going up in the near future. There's a very good chance you'll be waiting until the end of the year for prices to go down.
8TB and larger WD drives are PMR.

WD Sets the Record Straight: Lists All Drives That Use Slower SMR Tech
https://www.tomshardware.com/news...techNOLOGY

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15$ a terabyte is the sweet spot. Hold out for that IMO
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I think some people may have some amex offer for Best Buy... I don't think blue cash had an offer, but could be wrong
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15$ a terabyte is the sweet spot. Hold out for that IMO
Hold out to save $8?
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shuckable?
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shuckable?
Yea it is
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15$ a terabyte is the sweet spot. Hold out for that IMO
Due to the current chip shortage, all signs show that prices of every piece of computer hardware will be going up in the near future. There's a very good chance you'll be waiting until the end of the year for prices to go down.
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Keyword: chia
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Due to the current chip shortage, all signs show that prices of every piece of computer hardware will be going up in the near future. There's a very good chance you'll be waiting until the end of the year for prices to go down.
Not if Chia cryptocurrency becomes popular..
You can thank the bit torrent creator for that.

https://wccftech.com/hard-drive-a...-succeeds/
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Gotta love how they made it EXACTLY $1/TB too much to see if $16/TB would sell as much as $15/TB. Could have been an even $120 instead of an otherwise random $128.
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Are these drive still comparable to the Red or Nas drives from Western Digital?
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Smr or pmr?
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Is probably the best it's gonna get especially if chia does end up taking off.. I'll probably pick one up
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Smr or pmr?
8TB and larger WD drives are PMR.

WD Sets the Record Straight: Lists All Drives That Use Slower SMR Tech
https://www.tomshardware.com/news...techNOLOGY
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