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WD 4TB Black My Passport Portable External Hard Drive US $103.34 (~AU $130) Delivered @ Amazon

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Seems like an alright price for a 4TB portable hard drive, enjoy :)

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    meh yeah just alright thanks OP!

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    Looks like it doesn't have a SATA header so it cant be used as an internal drive.

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    Damn paid $150 just 2 weeks ago

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    How much bigger are the 5tb drives compared to this?

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    if anyone needs high class sd cards these have been popular on ozb and are only a couple of dollars shipping wise when ordered with the hard drive
    Samsung 64GB 100MB/s (U3) MicroSDXC EVO Select Memory Card with Adapter
    + the 128Gb ones

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    This is not an alright price, it's a great price.

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    Thanks for sharing

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    Thank you so much. good deal!

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    Thanks OP have been waiting for this to go on sale.

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    Great price, just a shame it's the portable version.

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    So no 4TB WD Red inside? :p

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    err is this only 5400rpm?

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    Great find Lyl!

    I'm surprised this isn't getting more votes. You'll be hard pressed finding a 3.5" drive for this price let alone 2.5"

    Admittedly there does seem to be some question marks on the ability to use these internally?

    I'm actually tempted to grab 2 to add to my NAS box, these would be 5400/5900rpm I'm assuming?

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    Where do you find this price? The deal shows the cheapest for US$108, or maybe I'm just not familiar with Amazon

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    Orange, red and yellow still available for US$109 which is still a good price…

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    Awesome… But lately all the sites for downloading linux distos have been blocked. Not sure what to put on it now.

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      Change your DNS to a non-ISP one, problem solved (yes, it literally is that easily haha).

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        I hear that's happened to many recently. My ISP hasn't joined the party, I can access everything still.

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    Seagate Backup Plus 4TB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0, Black (STDR4000100) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ZTRXFBA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_4ZDQ...

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    Looks like an Xbox One

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    Don't know how OP was getting $130 Australian dollars!!??
    Even with the lowest shipping it still came to over $145… The exchange rate hasn't changed. I think OP was either putting in some different items or doesn't know how to convert US dollars. I shop on Amazon regularly and it needs to come down to well under $100 to get it to AU$130 with postage. Amazon always has a higher percentage than the actual exchange plus their own fee. So you were looking at a minimum of US$115 converted to Australian. Like I said I have no idea how OP has got these numbers!

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      This deal has been expired since Friday night as price increased by US$14, but if you were referring to the original price of $95.99+$7.35=$103.34usd shipped:

      Don't know how OP was getting $130 Australian dollars!!??

      used xe.com to convert usd $103.34 to aud. even if you google 'usd $103.34 to aud' it'll tell you its $129.66 aud. I usually round to the nearest whole number

      Amazon always has a higher percentage than the actual exchange

      Yes that's true, which is why it is standard ozbargain practice to use a fee free card like 28 degrees, bankwest zero etc for Amazon purchases, and pay in USD directly, so you'll get charged the actual exchange and not Amazon's higher percentage when paying in AUD

      plus their own fee

      Amazon doesn't have their own fees, just the price + shipping.

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          I never saw it at that price! Amazon do change there prices daily… So maybe the deal only went for a full 5 minutes when you posted it..

          Please look at the timestamps of the post… deal posted on 01/09/2017 - 21:02, expired on 1 Sep 10:24pm, so the deal lasted 1 hour 20 minutes before Amazon called it quits. that's usually with the case with many of Amazon's deals…you never know when they'll end. From memory, this deal got 60+ votes and 1000+ clicks before it expired (currently at 84 votes and 1710 clicks), so I'm guessing at least 100+ people managed to purchase it before it expired.

          Also, if it's marked 'EXPIRED' in the title (which it was as soon as the deal was over), just don't click on the deal then since it is no longer available? Just because you didn't see the price didn't mean 1000s of other people didn't see it.

          Standard ozbargain practice to purchase with a credit card that maybe one percent of people actually have!?

          There's quite a few fee free cards, and most ozbargainers have one considering that they regularly purchase from Amazon and some Chinese sites that have a poor exchange rate if you purchase directly in AUD.

          Considering that this deal got 60+ upvotes and 1000+ clicks before it sold out and you're the first to question me on the pricing, I guess most people are already aware of it and use a fee free card? Or if they don't have a fee free card, they'll just checkout anyways knowing they'll pay a few extra $, not a big deal There's probably around 5-10 deals posted everyday from sites where USD price is quoted and converted to AUD, so it's definitely standard ozbargain practice. I've seen people quote the AUD price from Amazon's conversion in a title before, and then seeing a moderator editing the title to reflect the USD price and it's conversion to AUD.

          you never told people about in the deal.

          Sorry I was busy when I posted the deal and didn't mention it this time (I usually mention it like in this post and this post), but now you've asked and I've explained it to you? I apologise for forgetting this time around (sigh deal posting is hard), I'll definitely try to remember in my next Amazon deal post :)

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