It always helps to have some extra storage space for your computer. With today’s one-day-only deal at NCIX, you can have a huge abundance of storage space for your computer that you’ll likely never even be able to fill! You can get a Seagate Expansion 5TB USB3 Desktop External Hard Drive for $159.99 – that’s $70 off of the regular price of $229.99! These are incredibly easy to use, too – simply plug it into your computer(s) and drag over the files that you want to keep safe and store. You’ll also get free shipping with your order!
The Seagate Expansion 5TB USB3 Desktop External Hard Drive has a massive amount of storage space on it – 5 TB in total! That’s 5000 GB of storage space! Just to throw it out there, my laptop currently has 500 GB of storage space… this external hard drive has 10 times the amount of storage, and I still haven’t used up all of my laptop’s storage space!
It can always help to have an external storage solution. They’re wonderful for backing up important files, documents, pictures, and videos. This Seagate Expansion 5TB USB3 Desktop External Hard Drive can also be handy for those that want to bring pictures and videos over to a friend’s house without having to send them over online (remember – bandwith can be pricey, especially when you’re sending over 20 GB worth of videos).
This Seagate Expansion 5TB USB3 Desktop External Hard Drive is currently on sale elsewhere. It’s $189.99 on Newegg, and it’s $184.99 on Amazon. At $159.99, NCIX has the best sale of them all! I’ve included a snippet of a review of this external hard drive from a satisfied Amazon customer below:
This was very easy to set-up. I simply plugged it into my PC using Windows 7 and it recognized it immediately. The cables supplied for power and USB are good. I have dual monitors making dropping and dragging files very easy. I was amazed at the speed of USB 3.0 versus the USB 2.0 I’ve been using for years with another external hard drive.
Quantities are limited, so get this deal while it’s still available! Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!
(Expiry: 13th October 2014)