The Seagate Barracuda 120 1TB solid state drive is down to $99.99 on Amazon. The same drive was selling for $124 for most of February and before that. Late last year it was selling for around $110. Either way, today's drop is a match for a deal we've only seen a couple times before. This is a price match of the same deal going on over at B&H, but the drive is going for closer to $140 at other retailers like Newegg.
The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one.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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I mean, 14TB is a whole lot of space to work with. Works with Windows PCs and connects easily via USB. It's plug-and-play so you don't need any extra software. Comes with an 18-inch USB cable and 18W power adapter. It is covered by a 1-year warranty.
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This USB 3.0 drive that's backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and works seamlessly between Windows and Mac without reformatting. Has customized backups and folder mirroring. Comes with a year of Mylio Create and 2 months of Adobe Photography Plan.
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Designed to be Android Ready so you can easily manage your phone using the included Android app. Has universal compatibility thanks to the USB-C port so it works on Windows and Mac. Lightweight design with fabric cover. Includes 3-year warranty.
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Uses USB 3.0 for connection and fast data transfer speeds. Backwards compatible with USB 2.0. Plug in the power adapter and USB cable and it's good to go. Just drag and drop right out of the box. Works with Windows. Comes with 1-year warranty.
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A simple on-the-go USB drive with a minimalist brushed metal enclosure. Works great as a backup or for portable media storage. Comes with a two-year warranty from Seagate. Compatible with Windows and Mac but may need reformatting for Time Machine.
The Barracuda is a super fast, super easy to use solid state drive. You will get sequential read and write speeds up to 560 MB/s and 550 MB/s respectively. Seagate's 3D TLC NAND technology can maximize all the possible available speeds availablt to a SATA drive. The only way to get anything faster than this would be to pay through the nose for an M.2 NVMe drive. So, if you want reliability and a burst of speed on a budget, look no further.
The durability built into these drives means they will las tyou a very long time, too. The MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) is 1.8 million hours, which is huge. Plus they can handle up to 600 terabytes written. Seagate backs them up with a five-year warranty, too. The company has faith it will last you that long as well.
Use Seagate's SeaTools SSD software. It can monitor your drive's performance and keep an eye on its health, letting you take action when it finally starts to decay somewhere down the road. You'll also be able to get firmware updates, diagnostics, and management logs.
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