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     (4 hours ago)       more like this  

    Western Digital Blue SN550 NVMe M.2 250GB SSD at its normal $47 price, and code SS2AZ92235 applies $11 off.

    NVMe SSD are some of the fastest drives that go inside desktop, laptop, and server computers.

    $36
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     (2 days ago)       more like this  

    (expired: now $170)

    Western Digital EasyStore 8TB External/Desktop USB 3.0 Hard Drive for $160, which is about $20 less than normal. Comes out to $20 per TB.

    Also, Newegg is selling a Western Digital Elements 14TB External Hard Drive for $240 with code EMC2AZ92Z55?. The $17.15/TB price is the cheapest we have seen a hard drive since May.

    $160
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     (3 weeks ago)       more like this  

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    Western Digital Black P50 Portable SSD Game Drive with 1TB storage capacity for $210, and code 93XRX36 applies $34 off in the cart. Normally sells for $210.

    The Western Digital is very high performing SSD, compatible with the latest USB 3.2 Gen 2 USB-C interface. Other portable 1TB SSDs sell for about $135 with less read/write speed, but all SSDs will add insanely fast performance to a modern PC, Mac, or Android device that has a USB-C port.

    Most game consoles and older laptops have older rectangle-shaped USB-A ports, which generally provides slower read/write speed than USB 3.1, 3.2, and USB-C ports. Even though a USB-C to USB-A cable is included with the WD Black, it would likely need a USB-C connection to perform at full speed.

    $176
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     (4 weeks ago)       more like this  

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    Large-capacity hard drive prices have risen since May, with few deals available until now.

    The Western Digital External/Desktop 8TB hard drive is back down to a reasonable price, at $170 ($21.25 per TB). Still off from May's $17/TB price, but the best price we have seen since then.

    The 8TB capacity can hold about 2 million photos taken from a phone, about 128,000 uncompressed photos taken from a SLR or mirrorless camera, or about 128 hours of HD-quality videos.

    Hard drives are a cheaper and faster way to backup important files than using cloud services. However, the cloud can take uploads directly from mobile devices, versus a USB hard drive would backup photos and videos that were already copied to your computer.

    $170
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