Cheapest place to get external hard drives?

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Jan 10, 2009
  1. Pizzaroo
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    Hey, I just realized that my work laptop is getting filled up with so many documents, I can only hold a handful more (and I need them ALL), So I'm looking for the cheapest place I can get E-Hard Drives. It doesn't have to be fast, and I don't want to spend a fortune on one. A 100-250 GB one would be around perfect for me. Thanks for reading!

    EDIT: I certainly have a lot of questions on this forum, don't I?
     
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    the apple store, best buy, circut city(lol)
     
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    meh, I've been looking around on newegg, best I found was 80 GB for $50 (free shipping)
    anyone got anything better?
     
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    damn, I can't find an uber-cheap steal. Screw it, imma buy a beastly 32GB USB stick.


    EDIT: Shit, I found a 16GB USB stick for 15 bucks on newegg! WOO!
     
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    Can I get link? I need a new USB stick.
    What brand?
     
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    It's OCZ, and it's with a rebate (so it might take a while to get your money back) + free shipping [​IMG]

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16820227333
     
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    Never tried OCZ, are they good?

    Also, you should prob look for the transfer rate, you dont want to wait all day to transfer files over....
     
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    I honestly have never heard of them, but you can't screw up a USB stick THAT bad, right?
     
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    OCZ is known for their computer RAM

    as far as other stuff (they branched out a bit) they make
    they are ok
     

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