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Stock Up on Computer Storage! Apple Wireless 2TB HDD for $179, 3TB HDD for $80

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You hear it time and again: Back up your data! Take the initiative now, before something happens and all your important memories are lost. Check out the week's best computer storage deals and find out how to score a 256GB flash drive, 512GB internal SSD, and more.

WD HDD WDBFJK0030HBK-NESNRefurbished WD 3TB Hard Drive
Store: Western Digital
Price: $79.99
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $22

Backup all your important computer files and rest easy with this refurbished MyBook Essential External Hard Drive. A current low by $22, it's more affordable than new models and still offers superior protection. It features a USB 3.0 interface and password protection with hardware encryption. A 6-month Western Digital warranty applies.


PNY P-FD32GATT03-GEPNY 32GB USB Flash Drive
Store: Amazon
Price: $7.99 EXPIRED
Shipping: Free shipping with Prime
Lowest By: $2

Carry your storage with you with this Attache USB 2.0 Flash Drive. For $8, it's an amazingly affordable option for 32GB, and fits easily on key rings. As a bonus, it also has a sliding collar instead of a cap that could fall off and easily be lost. Prime members bag free shipping, but non-members can spend $49 to qualify for free shipping; otherwise, shipping adds $8.

Note: Adorama has the same model for the same price.


Apple ME177LL/ARefurbished Apple 2TB Wireless HDD
Store: Apple Store
Price: $179
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $100

Set all your files to automatically backup with this 2TB Time Capsule HDD. This Editors' Choice pick beats out new models with its current low of $100, and functions as a full-featured WiFi base station as well. Along with the simultaneous dual-band WiFi, it features simultaneous dual-band WiFi, built-in compatibility with Time Machine, three Gigabit Ethernet ports, and wireless access to some wireless devices (like printers).

A 1-year Apple warranty applies.


Lexar LJDS75-256ABNLLexar 256GB JumpDrive
Store: Staples
Price: $49.99
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $12

Another way to carry files with you everywhere you go, this 256GB S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drive uses a thumb slide instead of a cap. A current low by $12, this Editors' Choice selection offers a hefty amount of storage at a reasonable price. It features read speeds up to 150MB/s and write speeds up to 60MB/s.


SanDisk SSD SD7SB7S-512G-1122SanDisk 512GB Internal SSD
Store: NeweggFlash
Price: $119.99 EXPIRED
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $16

Whether building a new computer or upgrading an old one, this SanDisk X300 Serial ATA 6Gb/s 2.5" Internal SSD is a good choice. For $120, this SSD purports to be more reliable and to utilize a low-power mode to minimize power consumption during idle periods. It features read speeds of up to 520MB/s and write speeds of up to 460MB/s.

Staff Writer

As a college student, Julie wrote for the college newspaper and freelanced for the website College Candy. Since then she has worked as freelancer through Textbroker and has written press releases, feature pages, and other miscellaneous pieces for a software company. She enjoys writing both as a hobby and a career, and is always working on some kind of story.
DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Unless marked as a "Sponsored Deal," the opinions expressed here are those of the author and have not been reviewed or endorsed by the companies mentioned. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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2 comments
nestormart
I agree with PNaw10, I learned my lesson with the last refurb drive I bought years ago. it died on me and I had to pay $450 to get my wedding pictures and video recovered. Never again.
PNaw10
Refurbished hard drives? No, thank you!

There are some items where I am OK with considering a refurb, but something as mission-critical as a hard drive will never be among them.
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