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vogina
07-29-2009, 02:59 PM
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You can get a 1TB Maxtor External Hard Drive for $66 out the door @ Staples.

I just got one from Whittier location in Southern California. Orange County- people you have got about 1 or 2 stores left with the 1TB and a few for the 500GB.

IF YOUR IN ORANGE COUNTY CALIFORNIA- DON'T BOTHER TRYING TO FIND THE $18 1TB, I TRIED! SAVE YOU TIME..

However, they do exist so if your not in Orange County LOOK FOR 1!!

Hot: Maxtor OneTouch 500GB External HD $43.50 (after $20 Instant Savings Code #10741) (Item #708622) http://www.staples.com/office/supplies/StaplesStoreInventory?PID=361116&catentryId=200414&jspStoreDir=Staples&cm_ite=Ongoing+-+Staples+Basic&cm_mmc=CJ-_-361116-_-361116-_-10462997&langId=-1&cm_pla=361116&SID=FW834y2x&AID=10462997&cm_ven=CJ&cm_cat=358129&storeId=10001 or http://www.staples.com/office/supplies/StaplesStoreInventory?PID=361116&catentryId=193629&jspStoreDir=Staples&cm_ite=Ongoing+-+Staples+Basic&cm_mmc=CJ-_-361116-_-361116-_-10462997&langId=-1&cm_pla=361116&SID=FW834y61&AID=10462997&cm_ven=CJ&cm_cat=358129&storeId=10001 (I'm not sure what the difference is)

More Hot: Maxtor OneTouch Plus 500GB External HD $36.50 (after $20 Instant Savings Code #85767) (Item #708625) http://www.staples.com/office/supplies/StaplesStoreInventory?PID=361116&catentryId=193629&jspStoreDir=Staples&cm_ite=Ongoing+-+Staples+Basic&cm_mmc=CJ-_-361116-_-361116-_-10462997&langId=-1&cm_pla=361116&SID=FW834yc5&AID=10462997&cm_ven=CJ&cm_cat=358129&storeId=10001

Hotter: Maxtor OneTouch 1TB External HD $65.50 (after $30 Instant Savings Code #39046) (Item #742834) http://www.staples.com/office/supplies/StaplesStoreInventory?PID=361116&catentryId=230228&jspStoreDir=Staples&cm_ite=Ongoing+-+Staples+Basic&cm_mmc=CJ-_-361116-_-361116-_-10462997&langId=-1&cm_pla=361116&SID=FW834yee&AID=10462997&cm_ven=CJ&cm_cat=358129&storeId=10001

Hottest: Maxtor OneTouch Plus 1TB External HD $18.50 (after $36 Instant Savings Code #69812) (Item #728061) http://www.staples.com/office/supplies/StaplesStoreInventory?PID=361116&catentryId=216442&jspStoreDir=Staples&cm_ite=Ongoing+-+Staples+Basic&cm_mmc=CJ-_-361116-_-361116-_-10462997&langId=-1&cm_pla=361116&SID=FW834yfv&AID=10462997&cm_ven=CJ&cm_cat=358129&storeId=10001


There's also a printer-friendly version of the $5 off $30 coupon (which actually has a different coupon code), but some managers may reject it since it states "Minimum purchase requirement of $30 must be met with purchases to which no other coupon or instant savings offer applies."

marooko
07-29-2009, 03:04 PM
find me a good deal on an M2 sandisk card. thank you.

vogina
07-29-2009, 03:05 PM
find me a good deal on an M2 sandisk card. thank you.

I will look out for one marooko.

gaypalmsprings
07-29-2009, 03:28 PM
I'm looking for a good price on a Vog.

marooko
07-29-2009, 04:00 PM
i thought you didnt like vag?

faxman75
07-29-2009, 04:01 PM
Boo none of the TB drives are availabe anywhere within 100 miles of me.

vinylmartyr
07-29-2009, 04:26 PM
Do you just walk in or do you need a coupon?

menikmati
07-29-2009, 05:47 PM
I hear bad things about Maxtor...

HunterGather
07-29-2009, 06:37 PM
Western Digital or nothing.

gaypalmsprings
07-29-2009, 10:10 PM
i thought you didnt like vag?

What's vag?

marooko
07-29-2009, 10:27 PM
"it's like a flower, you must unravel it."

slurpee
07-30-2009, 12:27 AM
I would be very worried about putting ALL of my data ONLY on one of those 1 TB drives....

If anything, use the drive as a backup. I have heard so many sob stories about these big cheap drives crapping out after a few months.

I purchased 2 of the Western Digital passport drives (500 gig each). They are tiny and perfect for traveling. Each drives mirrors each another via rsync when I want to back up data.

wmgaretjax
07-30-2009, 01:04 AM
maxtor fucking blows. definitely back up stuff you put on a maxtor drive if you give a shit about it.

seagate or wd are the way to go...

gaypalmsprings
07-30-2009, 01:07 AM
I like my acomdata 1 tb drive.

vogina
07-30-2009, 01:41 AM
I'm looking for a good price on a Vog.

For you, free. But first you got to find it.

Boo none of the TB drives are availabe anywhere within 100 miles of me.

Try changing the city names. It's tricky and lies to you. Don't just input a zipcode.

Do you just walk in or do you need a coupon?

You first need to find one near you that is on clearance, then yes. I just walked in and got it.

I hear bad things about Maxtor...

As did I. But $66 for a new 1TB is very hard to beat, if needed/


Western Digital or nothing.
Not really.


I would be very worried about putting ALL of my data ONLY on one of those 1 TB drives....

If anything, use the drive as a backup. I have heard so many sob stories about these big cheap drives crapping out after a few months.

I purchased 2 of the Western Digital passport drives (500 gig each). They are tiny and perfect for traveling. Each drives mirrors each another via rsync when I want to back up data.
Nice, and your right.


maxtor fucking blows. definitely back up stuff you put on a maxtor drive if you give a shit about it.

seagate or wd are the way to go...

Exactly. Bottom line or anyone thinking of this is either it's a cheap find or you are planning on using as a back up hard drive.

I have an EZ bus DTS hard drive, suppose to be the top of the line. Have had it for 3 years now, 500gb and has never had a bad day in its life time. I just thought it was time to clear my laptop/desktop space and back everything up. So this was the deal to get.

Yes I have heard Maxtor is not the greatest, but Maxtor is made by Seagate and in some cases has the same components installed. sooo, :rolleyes

Besides Maxtor is one of the biggest names our their, if not the biggest for its cheap prices. Hard drive crashes are too far and in between to get a real idea on how dependable they are. I have had friends whose hard drives ranged from all different manufactures crash on them.

HunterGather
07-30-2009, 08:38 AM
I would be very worried about putting ALL of my data ONLY on one of those 1 TB drives....

Well yeah. I back up all my stuff on an external drive and keep it in a seperate part of the house. God forbid a fire happens or something, hopefully i can grab at least 1 of them (though if i'm not home when said fire occurs, i'd prolly be fucked either way....i think i need a fireproof box.)

faxman75
07-30-2009, 09:51 AM
For you, free. But first you got to find it.


Try changing the city names. It's tricky and lies to you. Don't just input a zipcode.


I did, I tried different cities and zip codes and 100 mile searches all the way down. Oh well. Thank you. :)