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Amazon has 4TB WD Blue 3D NAND 2.5" Solid State Drive (WDS400T2B0A) on sale for $339.99. Shipping is free.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Western Digital 4TB WD Blue 3D NAND Internal PC SSD - SATA III 6 Gb/s, 2.5"/7mm, Up to 560 MB/s - WDS400T2B0A for $339.99 + Free Shipping

Also, Newegg [newegg.com] has the Western Digital Blue 2.5" 4TB SATA III 3D NAND Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) WDS400T2B0A for $339.99 + Free Newegg Standard Shipping Service OOS

Also, Best Buy [bestbuy.com] has the WD Blue 4TB Internal SATA Solid State Drive Model:WDBNCE0040PNC-WRSN SKU:6385535 for $339.99 with FREE Shipping OOS

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This item was previously posted in a thread on Slickdeals on 03-31-2021 in a deal at Newegg for $314.99 with a coupon code. The Slickdeals thread received a +24 score.

Also, this item was previously posted in a thread on Slickdeals on 11-14-2020 in a deal at Amazon for $371. The Slickdeals thread received a +10 score.
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Yeah, older consoles. Or perhaps NVR boxes.

Or in my case. Mini-ITX boxes that can't fit a platter. Smilie

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This item was previously posted in a thread on Slickdeals on 03-31-2021 in a deal at Newegg for $314.99 with a coupon code. The Slickdeals thread received a +24 score.

Also, this item was previously posted in a thread on Slickdeals on 11-14-2020 in a deal at Amazon for $371. The Slickdeals thread received a +10 score.
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what are the chances that a 4TB WD Blue SSD like this one will be $199 or cheaper in a year or so? Smilie
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what are the chances that a 4TB WD Blue SSD like this one will be $199 or cheaper in a year or so? Smilie
Zero.

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This item seems like it's in a weird space.

What would the usage case be for a 2.5" sata this size where a smaller NVME plus large platter storage wouldn't cover it? Perhaps last gen consoles?
Yeah, older consoles. Or perhaps NVR boxes.

Or in my case. Mini-ITX boxes that can't fit a platter. Smilie
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This item seems like it's in a weird space.

What would the usage case be for a 2.5" sata this size where a smaller NVME plus large platter storage wouldn't cover it? Perhaps last gen consoles?
I have 2x spinning 4tb drives for backing up iphoto and google drive. If money weren't a concern, this would be way faster and generate a lot less heat. It's obviously the future, just taking its time.
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This item seems like it's in a weird space.

What would the usage case be for a 2.5" sata this size where a smaller NVME plus large platter storage wouldn't cover it? Perhaps last gen consoles?
Aren't hard drive prices going up because of the new crypto that uses HD for mining?

Is that on SSD or mechanical?
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This item seems like it's in a weird space.

What would the usage case be for a 2.5" sata this size where a smaller NVME plus large platter storage wouldn't cover it? Perhaps last gen consoles?
I want 4tb in my laptop... all spinner larger than 2tb won't fit in my laptop but this 4 tb ssd should..
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Zero.

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probably... but I also bought a huge 8gb memory card for $327 back in the day. (yes, I said 8gb as in EIGHT gb) Frown
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I have 2x spinning 4tb drives for backing up iphoto and google drive. If money weren't a concern, this would be way faster and generate a lot less heat. It's obviously the future, just taking its time.
Honestly, I wouldn't recommend it unless you have a full back up. I've recovered a lot of data from HDD's, but SSD's with TRIM, basically none of the data is recoverable.
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what are the chances that a 4TB WD Blue SSD like this one will be $199 or cheaper in a year or so? Smilie
Very low, people (and businesses) are buying up drives at a record pace to plot/farm CHIA
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Very low, people (and businesses) are buying up drives at a record pace to plot/farm CHIA
I wonder if that's why so many 2TB or 4TB HDD(not SSD) are so cheap recently.... Smilie

If I was going into farming, I would buy the biggest drives out there.(and cheapest based on price per TB) Perhaps 12TB to 18TB.... Smilie
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600 TBW endurance. Even the Samsung QLC drives have better endurance.
That said, it's the cheapest 4TB SSD
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Honestly, I wouldn't recommend it unless you have a full back up. I've recovered a lot of data from HDD's, but SSD's with TRIM, basically none of the data is recoverable.
it's a mirrored ZFS volume, and backed up offsite weekly.

Staring at a 7 year old SSD with zero issues, I'll take my chances. And "recoverable" is a sliding scale. I've got an old 80gb HDD that died and nothing I can do in my house will recover the data. No doubt with enough money, a professional could pull data off, but that isn't exactly something I or most people want to pay for.
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