LaCie 1TB USB External Hard Drive For $60 + Free Shipping

Posted: Sep 23 2010, 4:14am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 23 2010, 4:21am CDT, in Shopping | Hardware & Peripherals


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Dell Small Business offers the Neil Poulton-designed LaCie 1TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive, model no. 301304U, for $74.99. (Add it to your cart to see this price.) Coupon code "WX0T04BKM2T3CC" cuts it to $59.99. With free shipping, that's $0.06/GB, $5 under our mention from last week, and the lowest total price we've ever seen for this model. (It's also a current price low by $19.) Sales tax is added where applicable. This drive features a blue LED strip on its underside that creates an ambient glow. It also has a 16MB cache and 7200 rpm spindle speed. Coupon ends September 30.

Note: It's listed as "temporarily out of stock," but can still be ordered at this price.

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