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WD Blue 4TB (WD40EZRZ) - $108.99

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WD Blue 4TB (WD40EZRZ) - $108.99

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Price:
108.99
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PowerTop
For people looking for desktop 4TB, this is the cheapest deal so far that I found. I ordered on 10/3 and arrived on 10/5 via FedFex.

Subtotal: $108.99
Shipping: $1.99
OES/ADF/EHF: $0.75
HST: $14.52
Grand Total: $126.25
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Is powertop.ca legit?
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engineered wrote: Is powertop.ca legit?
It's one of the funnier names for an online retailer I've seen in a while rotflmao.
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Konowl wrote: It's one of the funnier names for an online retailer I've seen in a while rotflmao.
It has no other meaning, completely innocuous. On an unrelated note, they don't sell donut cushions for soreness, which is surprising.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: ..they don't sell donut cushions for soreness, which is surprising.
Did you try powerbottoms.ca?
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I've been in the market for this drive and am pretty tempted to purchase it at this price. I wish there was a little more information on this company though.
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What about I'lltakeyourmoneyfree.ca
Le_arned to Churn now I use it as my hanrness.
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FrostyWinnipeg wrote: 5400 RPM? When did blues becomes backup drives?
Blues were always at 5400 RPM.

I think they were originally just laptop mobile drives then made in the 3.5" factor to replace the greens with TLER concerns.
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Damn all the top and bottom jokes have been taken lol

But in all seriousness is this a safe retailer? I guess I could use protection with my credit card.
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May 29, 2004
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It seems to be legit though I used my backup credit card just in case when I purchased from them. One thing for sure, it better packaging with the actual hdd bubble wrap not the plain one. I also check serial number on WD as well which come "limited warrant" for 3yrs. Not all items on their site are cheap. But I will keep track price of hdd on their site along with CC, Dell, Amazon, Newegg
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shayne85 wrote: Damn all the top and bottom jokes have been taken lol (...) I guess I could use protection with my credit card.


Good idea, always protect yourself when dealing with a "powertop". Face With Tears Of Joy

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FrostyWinnipeg wrote: 5400 RPM? When did blues becomes backup drives?
When Western Digital realized the reputation of the green drives had tanked so they relabeled them all as blue drives.
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Jep4444 wrote: When Western Digital realized the reputation of the green drives had tanked so they relabeled them all as blue drives.
Yeah, since people were comparing WD Blue drives with Seagate Black drives. It became apparent that WD could replace green with blue and have two blue tiers. So whenever someone asks for a recommendation, they would be told WD Blue, and at the store they will see its the cheaper one. More wins for WD.

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