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End the month with new deals from Best Buy, where you can shop their latest batch of Top Deals with savings on appliances, wireless headphones, home office essentials and more.

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These deals are effective online and in Best Buy stores from February 26 to March 4. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00 (excluding oversized items) and free in-store/curbside pick-up with no minimum.

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    • Yay or nay guys? is this decent?
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    • I'm still hesitating over buying any external hard drives after having my WD passport die on me for no reason.
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    • Would this be good enough as a backup drive for school projects (ie, video editing, etc) ?

      Thanks!
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    • gxe44792 wrote: Yay or nay guys? is this decent?
      Yes, It's decent drive for the price. still it's $159.99 at Amazonca. worth it a try. Thanks OP!
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    • Excellent find - can't beat 4TB for 100 dollars.
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    • Anyone use this as an external drive to store PlayStation games?
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    • gxe44792 wrote: Yay or nay guys? is this decent?
      Same question here.
      Tried to find a 'shuck the drive' type of review & couldn't.
      Anyone that owns this, would appreciate hearing your comments.
      Specs seem decent.
      Comes with 1 year warranty, for $6.99 bestbuy offers 3 years, seems like it'd be worth it?
      Cheapest 4TB drive appearing via pc part pickers is $104.99 @ Canada Computers, although internal, wonder if that one is better.
      https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... _id=091921
      Hard to compare specs to Seagate drive as very few details are provided.
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    • Definitely a solid deal, don't recall 4TB drives hitting $100 for quite some time. Way back a 5TB went for $100 but this was well before COVID
      edit: December 2019 a 5TB Seagate was $99
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    • Is the WD MyPassport 5GB for 130$ a better deal? Currently 150$.
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    • Would this be ok to be plugged into a router or computer all the time?
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    • VanillaPep wrote: Is the WD MyPassport 5GB for 130$ a better deal? Currently 150$.
      You'd be paying $130/5TB = $26/TB and this one is $100/4TB = $25/TB so technically no, it's not a better deal, but you can pay the $1/TB premium to have that extra TB
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    • DanZChief wrote: You'd be paying $130/5TB = $26/TB and this one is $100/4TB = $25/TB so technically no, it's not a better deal, but you can pay the $1/TB premium to have that extra TB
      Very well said looking to use it on the PS5 but will wait for a better
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    • VanillaPep wrote: Is the WD MyPassport 5GB for 130$ a better deal? Currently 150$.
      More $/GB, and WD portables are not shuckable I believe.
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    • gokeeper wrote: More $/GB, and WD portables are not shuckable I believe.
      Was going to post this as well, generally 2.5" drives cannot be shucked as they have proprietary connections (it may vary between Seagate and WD, though). Also, some of these drives are taller than standard 2.5" drives so that could cause an issue, as well.
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    • I can't tell if this is a 2.5 (laptop) or 3.5 (desktop) inch drive inside. It looks like 3.5 inch but lack of a power connection would imply that it's a 2.5 one.

      Not a bad deal at all if it's a laptop drive.
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    • Thanks OP, this will be perfect for my HTPC
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    • number8888 wrote: I can't tell if this is a 2.5 (laptop) or 3.5 (desktop) inch drive inside. It looks like 3.5 inch but lack of a power connection would imply that it's a 2.5 one.

      Not a bad deal at all if it's a laptop drive.
      Dimensions (cm)
      8 (W) x 11.5 (H) x 2.08 (D) cm
      Dimensions (in)
      3.15 (W) x 4.53 (H) x 0.82 (D) in
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    • number8888 wrote: I can't tell if this is a 2.5 (laptop) or 3.5 (desktop) inch drive inside. It looks like 3.5 inch but lack of a power connection would imply that it's a 2.5 one.

      Not a bad deal at all if it's a laptop drive.
      Portable means 2.5".
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    • game_fanatic wrote: Was going to post this as well, generally 2.5" drives cannot be shucked as they have proprietary connections (it may vary between Seagate and WD, though). Also, some of these drives are taller than standard 2.5" drives so that could cause an issue, as well.
      Seagate 2.5s are shuckble, I posted a video link earlier. Some reddit posts also confirm this.
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