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Old 07-07-2006, 12:34 AM   #1
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Seagate has a 3 1/2" 750 GB SATA HDD for $389.95

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Seagate 3 1/2" SATA 750 GB Hard drive, like the kind that fits in any desktop system.:
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Oh my. That should hold alot of pr0n.
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I bet you can get two 400GB drives for half of the price. And what's best - there are pretty much no disadvantages, just advantages.


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