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Topic # 86123 1-Jul-2011 13:33
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I have two 500GB and one 320GB Seagate FreeAgent desktop USB drive. These are the brown ones, they are USB 2.0 and use an external power.

I will take $80 for each, or all of them for $200, plus postage.
 
If no one claims these here I will move to Trade Me. 




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  Reply # 488310 1-Jul-2011 16:04
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hey Mauricio so I take it these are used not new then but did you also now that Warehouse stationary are selling the 500GB for $67 so $80 seems a wee bit over priced ;)

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  Reply # 488316 1-Jul-2011 16:07
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Was thinking the same, when you can get a WD 1tb for $98



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  Reply # 488331 1-Jul-2011 16:39
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Have no idea of price as I only checked one source. So the question is really, are you interested? If so make an offer.




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  Reply # 488333 1-Jul-2011 16:41
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I'll wait and see if I win the HP server first :D

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  Reply # 488335 1-Jul-2011 16:44
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sorry not interested (I just bought an WD 1TB for $99) was just passing on some info is all

@ blakamin you'll have to wait for the next one



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