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4TB Seagate Expansion Portable USB 3.0 External Hard Drive EXPIRED

GopalC 10 14 September 4, 2016 at 10:33 AM in External Hard Drives (7) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 09-04-2016 by Corwin at 04:30 PM View Original Post
Newegg via eBay has 4TB Seagate Expansion Portable USB 3.0 External Hard Drive (STEA4000400) for $99.99. Shipping is free. Thanks GopalC

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Written by Corwin

This matches the previous Frontpage deal from the end of last month. Over 2,700 reviews on Amazon give this external hard drive a 4.5 out of 5 star overall rating. -Corwin

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Edited September 4, 2016 at 01:39 PM by annie930ny
Seagate 4TB Expansion Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0 Model - $99 Via Newegg on Ebay.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Seagate-4...ch+Steals+
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Are you sure you aren't talking about 3.5 in external drives that need a power brick?

This is portable meaning USB powered and small like 2.5 in drive. Don't even think 4tb portable were available two years ago.

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$99.99
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got one.thanks op
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+1 thanks op.
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Missed out on the last deal, looks like they had a few more to let go. Thanks OP!
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5400 rpm slow
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Serious question, isn't this the "going rate" for these guys now? As in wait a couple days and the price always drops to this? Or is the Seagate different?
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Two years ago 99 would be good for a 4 tb. Nowadays not so. Not sure why prices for hd are not going down. One should have been able to get 6tb with 100. Used to upgrade every year or so now I have the same disks for three years
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I would imagine this would be good for a Xbox one? Besides being 5400rpm I don't see an issue with r/w since its usb3.0 right?
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Two years ago 99 would be good for a 4 tb. Nowadays not so. Not sure why prices for hd are not going down. One should have been able to get 6tb with 100. Used to upgrade every year or so now I have the same disks for three years
no more competition (tacit collusion), wall st pressuring companies for more profits at any cost (mostly lowering quality), and increasing ssd sales.

it's not going to get better soon.
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Two years ago 99 would be good for a 4 tb. Nowadays not so. Not sure why prices for hd are not going down. One should have been able to get 6tb with 100. Used to upgrade every year or so now I have the same disks for three years

Are you sure you aren't talking about 3.5 in external drives that need a power brick?

This is portable meaning USB powered and small like 2.5 in drive. Don't even think 4tb portable were available two years ago.
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I would imagine this would be good for a Xbox one? Besides being 5400rpm I don't see an issue with r/w since its usb3.0 right?
That's right.
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Are you sure you aren't talking about 3.5 in external drives that need a power brick?

This is portable meaning USB powered and small like 2.5 in drive. Don't even think 4tb portable were available two years ago.
Yeah. I got a 4tb that plugs into a wall for like $110-20 two years ago.
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My old signature would've been apt, this confusion strikes again. Smilie

Every time there is one of these threads, someone inevitably complains about the price without looking at the drive's physical size. It's a weird reactionary loop.

And if you need a 4TB portable — yes, 2.5" and no separate AC adapter needed, just a viable USB 3 port — with SPEED, look for the Seagate FAST model. It's fatter, and certainly faster.

https://www.amazon.com/Seagate-Po...B00HXAV0X6
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