[Amazon.ca] ORICO 2.5 inch Hard Drive Case ($16.99 - $8.00 coupon = $7.99)
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Saw this today. I got a last month for $10.99 =/
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Not really other than give them to folks who DO NOT back up the pictures on their stupid phones EVER. Then call crying a river, when it gets toilet soaked, stolen, broke so bad no data will come off it without sending it to a recovery service or lost.
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According to the description:SindbadRFD wrote: ↑ There is a powered usb hub (4 port) as well for $6.99 (including a $10 coupon)
https://www.amazon.ca/Networking-Stripe ... 980&sr=8-4
Jul 25th, 2021 9:19 am
Cancelled my order. Looks like they don't know what they built
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https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00OJ3 ... UTF8&psc=1justloking wrote: ↑ I had no problems so far. What Sabrent you got?
Jul 26th, 2021 8:54 pm
Unless you pay to get more spaces on cloud, do not forget that free backup storage includes almost everything and not only your photos and clips. E-mail inbox, sent items, docs etc...are part of the storage space they (google 15GB, microsoft 5GB, icloud 5GB) allow you for free. If you used to receive a lot of video, music, pictures attachments and rarely do a clean up then you know what i mean. You receive a mail with 10MB attachment, that's 10MB of your cloud space. You save it on icloud or google photos, that's another 10MB. If you decide to forward that e-mail with the attachment, that will be another 10MB in your sent items folder. You have ended up using 30MB of cloud space. Imagine that you rarely perform a cleanup of your e-mail and cloud space, it will fill up and no more backup will be done anyway. Nowadays people like to attach their nicest, highest resolution pictures and that takes a lot of space in the long run. Shit can happen everywhere either on cloud or with your external drives. Just try to be as cautious as possible (2, 3 backup if necessary) if your datas are so sensitive to you.Canuck2fan wrote: ↑ Not really other than give them to folks who DO NOT back up the pictures on their stupid phones EVER. Then call crying a river, when it gets toilet soaked, stolen, broke so bad no data will come off it without sending it to a recovery service or lost.
The look on people's faces when you tell them about how cheap cloud back up would have been. Compared to the value they put on, the ONLY copies of pictures of their young great grandkids they have now lost...
They act stunned when I point out I set it up for them for the FREE backup when they got the phone, but for some reason their techie offspring decided to turn that function off to protect ole mom and dad from the man finding out all their "secrets".
So the only pictures on the cloud are the ones of the ground, sky and their thumb while they were learning how the picture taking thingy works. Oddly the big secrets are their contacts, wrong numbers, texts saying they don't do texting so call me at home on the land line dammit, occasionally social media usually just Facebook and how many cat videos they watched. Since they would NEVER trust a wireless doodad for banking or anything important meaning something that required payment... LOL.
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