Right, so the price matches up. I didn't need 320 gigs, plus i wanted
something truely portable. I'm very pleased with it. Plus it ain't
maxtore, which is nice cause i want a drive that actually works
without breaking down 6 months after I bought it.
On 6/1/2006, 11:07:33 AM EST, Chris wrote:
> I got it for a great price, $130, on sale. regularly it goes for around $200.
You can get a 320 GB Seagate internal drive for $109, and a caddy for about $20 or so, to make it external. Or you can get a 400 GB seagate for about $160.
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