Find more data to save with this 10TB WD My Book hard drive on sale for $165

Head on over to Newegg and grab the WD My Book 10TB hard drive (opens in new tab) for just $164.99 using the code EMCUTTW22. That's a great low price for this drive since it sells for $200 without the code at Newegg and the next best price is $184 on Amazon (opens in new tab) or $186 at B&H (opens in new tab). This is the second lowest price we've ever seen, and Newegg's deal ends in less than seven hours.

The USB 3.0 interface is backwards compatible. Comes with WD Backup software, hardware encryption, and it works with Time Machine. Also has a three-year warranty from WD. (opens in new tab)
The USB 3.0 interface is backwards compatible. Comes with WD Backup software, hardware encryption, and it works with Time Machine. Also has a three-year warranty from WD.

The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals

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You're actually going to look for ways to fill up this drive. Uses USB 3.0 interface for speedy data transfer and it's backwards compatible with 2.0. Works on PC and Mac but needs reformat for the latter. Comes with 2-year warranty.

WD My Passport 1TB USB-C portable solid state drive

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WD Easystore 16GB external desktop hard drive

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WD My Passport 500GB external USB-C portable solid state drive

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WD Easystore 2TB USB 3.0 external portable hard drive

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Connects via USB 3.0 for an easy-to-use interface that has data transfer speeds up to 5 Gbps and is backwards compatible with USB 2.0. Set up automatic backup options or manage your drive with WD's free software. Works with PC and Mac.

This is an external desktop hard drive, designed to sit there near your computer and soak up all the data you can throw on it. Store your movies, music, photos, and more with enough space to last you quite a while. It's super easy to use. Just plug in and get to work. It uses USB 3.0 for super fast transfer speeds, but it's also backwards compatible with USB 2.0 if that's what you have available.

Some of the built-in features include automatic backup with WD's Backup software, so you can keep a safe copy of all your stuff in case of a hard drive failure. It also works with Time Machine and includes password protection with hardware encryption.

The drive is covered by a three-year limited warranty from WD.

You do not want this if you're looking for something portable. For that, I would look at the WD My Passport (opens in new tab) portable hard drive. You're not risking as much data because of the smaller capacities, and it's designed to take a beating a bit more.

It's common among custom PC builders to buy drives like this and shuck the external covering to get the internal drive inside. If you wanted to buy a 10TB internal drive, it would cost you a lot more than $165 usually. An equivalent WD drive goes for around $350 on Amazon (opens in new tab). That's a smart tactic and a good way to boost your PC's internals without breaking your bank.

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.