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Topic # 223232 20-Sep-2017 11:50
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OK, not exactly earth shattering, but thought this for $189

 

http://www.warehousestationery.co.nz/product/W2277866.html

 

was good for a local supplier (who don't have stock on-line at the mo, but still)

 

(arrgh no, post no. 666, its a sign, the devil be stalkin' the forums, beware...)





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  Reply # 1869224 20-Sep-2017 12:00
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The Seagate 8TB USB3.0 external is currently $249NZ delivered from Amazon. Saw the deal on Choice Cheapies I believe and can confirm that this price is still valid.

 

 




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  Reply # 1869231 20-Sep-2017 12:05
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That impressive. Pity, as I've just unboxed a 4TB version from Amazon literally 2 hours ago. Besides SWMBO would probably leave my rotting carcass for the (extremeely rare) NZ vulture if I bought yet another HDD...





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  Reply # 1869912 21-Sep-2017 08:08
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Can we shuck these?





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  Reply # 1869918 21-Sep-2017 08:17
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Shindig:

 

Can we shuck these?

 

 

Looking at some of videos on youtube you certainly can. Just don't expect to be able to use the case again once you're done.


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