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Seagate 3TB Drive $199.99 FS

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jazzerjay

It keeps me talking to the "Finance Committee Chair" :) -- this may result in hanging new wallpaper in the kitchen.

No way, no how. Last time nearly resulted in separate rooms.

I........ can't......... resist.................... Order placed!

 

Thanks for posting Dave!! You are a bad influence to us all!

There is NO WAY I can follow you down this path....this time. :ph34r:

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ikon

No way, no how. Last time nearly resulted in separate rooms.

 

You say that like it's a bad thing. :D

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jazzerjay

You say that like it's a bad thing. :D

 

Well...

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ImTheTypeOfGuy

Looks like I may have to buy four so I can create my raid 5 array.

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ikon

N i c e.... that's almost pre-monsoon pricing.

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jmwills

Most 2TB drives have dropped back to about $109, so that price is just about in line.

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ikon

I'll know they're all the way back when I see 2TB Greens for $89 :)

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vinylfreak

I'll know they're all the way back when I see 2TB Greens for $89 :)

 

I bought most of my WD 2TB EARS drives for $79. That's my indicator. :D

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ikon

I bought most of my WD 2TB EARS drives for $79. That's my indicator. :D

 

showoff! :D

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