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Newegg is selling a 10TB external hard drive for $160 today

PC World Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Newegg has 10 whopping terabytes of deal-making storage for you—but act fast, as the offer ends just before midnight Pacific time on Wednesday. The retailer is selling the 10TB WD Elements desktop hard drive for $160 with the checkout code *EMCTBUE24*. That price is about $30 to $50 cheaper than what you’d usually pay for a 10TB WD desktop drive. 

We saw a similar deal in April when Best Buy sold the 10TB version of its exclusive WD Easystore line for $160. The Easystore and Elements lines aren’t all the different, save for some cosmetics. They both use a USB 3.0 interface for data transfer, they both have a limited 2-year manufacturer warranty, and they’re both desktop drives, meaning they need their own power source.

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