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Seagate 1TB Expansion SSD $199 + Delivery ($0 C&C /In-Store) @ JB Hi-Fi

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Seagate 1TB Expansion SSD Hard Drive $199 @ JB starting Thursday.

Currently $219 @ JB

Also worth noting the faster Seagate 1TB Fast SSD is on clearance for $199.

https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/seagate-1t...

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  • +2 votes

    Remember to get officeworks to price beat it

    • +1 vote

      Might be worth going to officeworks today and getting them to price beat Harvey Normans price. (Thanks RogueWolf) That would make it $188.

  • +3 votes

    $198 @ HN.. would compare to Samsung T5 before purchasing

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    Is it nowlt a better deal by a Samsung QVO
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/254242068776
    PLUS any 20 bucks USB C to 3.1 esternal cases qnd get for 196 AUD ?

    • +3 votes

      I've had a few cheap external cases die on me.

      you'd be better off using a more expensive case or an off the shelf external drive if reliability is a concern (which it should be in most use cases for external storage)

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        Fair enough, I think depends also what are you using for I had a old 250GB from a old Laptop on those ORICOS cases for 3 years never have a problem I am currently using that to watch movies and series on my TV.
        I guess if the case controllers dies you just take it off and put on other one or even hook up on a PC and you still have you data. On the other hand if that happens on those Seagates RMA and lost data.
        But it is a good point as well.

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          i had 2 die (same brand) in use on my xbox. my xbox is in standby mode so it can download while 'off' and that requires the external storage to be always powered so it can update the games.

          the power IC on both cases still worked fine but any time there was actual load on the disk (eg. loading a game) it would turn off.

          the ssd is still working fine, but the cases do not. could have caused an issue with the disk.

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      Only go DIY if you’re using NVME. Otherwise not worth it, just get off the shelve ssd

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    Assuming these aren't NVME

  • +2 votes

    You can get a Samsung on sale plus a good enclosure for less. I hope these are better than their recent drives. I use to be a Seagate fan but not for a few years now.

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    You are better off getting a HDD/SSD docking station (from ~$30) than a cheap enclosure. You can dock multiple external drives and it has its own power supply for reliability. Some come with cloning function built in, and USB ports. List goes on.

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    Anyone seen a good deal on a smaller SSD to replace an old sata drive in a Macbook? (currently has a 500gb HDD drive), but I think 250gb will do, 120gb ( currently only using 40gb used for mac / 40gb for Bootcamp.

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