$89.99 with free shipping @ Newegg Limit 1 per customer.
Was checking hard drive prices and saw this... Dunno if this is a price mistake or temporary price drop. All the other 2TB internal hard drives seems to still be around the ~$200 range, but this seems like it's more reasonably priced.
You probably can get cheaper external drives from Staples with a PM and coupon, or from some other BF external deals.
I think it's a so-so deal if you need a drive now, and good for those who don't want to loose the warranty by removing the drive from an external enclosure.
Hoping these will drop back to $60AR or lower, so I can buy more, but probably not going to happen anytime soon.
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posted: Dec. 12, 2011 @ 8:30a
This drive is back down to $109.99 (regularly $159.99) with FS. I know that's not as good as the OP, but it's better than most prices these days. Granted, this is an OEM drive with reviews that include DOA and dead after several months. (Caveat emptor.)
posted: Dec. 12, 2011 @ 9:42a
Maybe HD prices are creeping back down. I bought two of these drives a few months before the Thailand floods. One drive arrived DOA and the second was fine. The replacement drive was fine and dandy. YMMV
posted: Dec. 12, 2011 @ 10:35a
This drive is back down to $109.99 (regularly $159.99) with FS.
I got two 3TB drives for the same price a few months ago.
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