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Best Buy has select 4TB WD My Passport USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drives for $119.99 - $25 VISA Checkout discount (applied at checkout) = $94.99. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available if stock permits. Thanks fun2, wayhra, and wighty

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3TB => $85

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/wd-my...Id=5605533

Also in Mac version, thanks wayhra
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if you are looking for mac formatted drive.

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Last Edited by Taken Aback February 19, 2017 at 07:03 AM
Similar item, "Mac" version in Black is still available for the same price:
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/wd-my...Id=5605514



VCO is stackable with the $10 email code and only one best buy reward certificate. Applying two best buy reward certificates apparently removes the VCO offer. **note, I was unable to even add a single $25 reward certificate, got rid of the $25 VCO.

Warning: BestBuy will ignore Line 2 of your address when using Visa Checkout.
^^Thanks for the above info. I saw it after placing the order but in time to edit the address. Really weird they ignored line 2.

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I suppose you could just check on your own for every item that Best Buy sells and determine what would be a good deal for you. Personally, I appreciate people taking the time to post individual deals where Visa Checkout works out to be an excellent deal. Thanks OP!
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You should look close again because everything you just said is completely incorrect. The Fry's one is not a portable drive, it requires an AC adapter as well as it is physically bigger.
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If you really don't want to lose them, why not both?
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Just bought one! Been waiting since the last 4TB from Seagate.
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Can it be open and place in laptop?
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For photos, do you guys recommend an HD or cloud drive?
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If you really don't want to lose them, why not both?
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Side question: I'm planning to use an external HD to backup media (photos,movies). If I only plan to use it for storage purposes and not have it plugged in all the time. Are externally powered HD more reliable than portable (USB powered) HD? Or it doesn't matter. Thanks
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Side question: I'm planning to use an external HD to backup media (photos,movies). If I only plan to use it for storage purposes and not have it plugged in all the time. Are externally powered HD more reliable than portable (USB powered) HD? Or it doesn't matter. Thanks
reliability should be similar across the board, obviously some are better than others. if you only use it here and there and it will only run occasionally, either ones should last an oodles of years. keep in mind the desktop will have an external power, so one more thing to set up if you plan on disconnecting/storing the drive elsewhere
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Side question: I'm planning to use an external HD to backup media (photos,movies). If I only plan to use it for storage purposes and not have it plugged in all the time. Are externally powered HD more reliable than portable (USB powered) HD? Or it doesn't matter. Thanks
I would think that it is all about the underlying drive regardless of power and a USB powered ultimately being less reliable because it is simply easier to move (and jostle) about.
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