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Now at Amazon: Seagate hard drives at surprising sales prices

Very good prices for 3 terabytes and 6 terabytes at 7200RPM, which should be exploited as soon as possible

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We are officially entering the line that by the next big shopping day, Monday's Cyber ​​will expire this Monday - and Amazon's promotions continue to trickle down.

Now, you have a chance to buy Seagate mechanical hard drives, 3.5 in size and at a speedy turn of 7200RPM - for the cost of 224 dollars per generous volume of 6 terabytes, which is about the largest available in the home market today, without having to jump into the world of expensive helium drives.

The price of 224 dollars includes tax and shipping to the house in Israel, so this offer is excellent, and causes the price of The volume of 4 terabytes in the country pales in comparison.

Those who prefer a deal on a slightly cheaper drive with slightly less volume will also be able to get the 3 terabyte drive from the same series for only about $ 125, which also includes tax and shipping in this case. Hop on the chance before it's over!

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  1. For those of you experienced in overseas orders, is there any responsibility for what I order from Amazon?

  2. spmguy - Seagate has global responsibility with excellent service, you can open RMA on their site and send the valid disk to UPS Logistics Center at Ben Gurion Airport, and the replacement comes with a courier to send you home.
    The problem is that the products are not at the same level of service ... Unfortunately, I have done this procedure many times - from my experience of Seagate discs to goldfish life - to the attention of those considering purchasing.

  3. First off, thanks for the quick response!
    From what I've seen, there are relatively good reviews on Amazon.
    And 6 terra in 800 and something that weighs is not a bad deal at all. I had heard about the reliability issues of their disks in the past, but according to the reviews, I didn't see it happening much.

  4. I have two 3TB MY BANAS, aged 3 years, maybe a little more .. just fine.
    I had those who were screwed and WD's. nobody is perfect.
    I bought two to replace the two 3TB in NAS. Upgrade piece :)

  5. I'm with Seagate's 8TB and pleased.
    If I didn't have to buy the K70 this week (keyboard costs NIS 920) I would order this 6TB.

  6. Like you, I'm also happy with what 8TB is - more lucrative than 6TB, though not as fast as it is.
    If I were considering more HD, in the present day I would buy another 8TB - a huge volume of storage.

  7. Like you, I'm also happy with what 8TB is - more lucrative than 6TB, though not as fast as it is. If I were considering more HD, in the present day I would buy another 8TB - a huge volume of storage.

    I also have an 5TB 7200 and its speed is the same as the 8, they both work on 150MB / S
    The difference between them is the ability to download files, stream and run software and games. The 7200 cannot The 8 cannot (not because it is 5400 but because of its structure, not designed for load and run)

  8. Hard disks from recent times have almost no effect on volume.

    No one claimed otherwise. And it's volume / price

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