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Clickfree C2 500GB Portable Backup Drive Special Edition
$69.99 + $5 Shipping
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15$ more wouldve got you 150 gig earlier.
$70 seems a little steep for a 500 GB Drive.
Even with some backup software.
2 TB at Staples for $20 More
Way too high priced
recerts available for ~$30 less
Time for a coffee break this one is going to take a while lol
The thing about these external drives is that it’s difficult to know what drive is actually in there. In a way, it’s like buying a hard drive with no label on it.
Half a terabyte? That’s so 2009.
Crap! “For Windows Comeputers Only”. I went the cheap route and only bought a computer.
This is tempting, but with everything else I have bought tonight, not sure I can justify this. It’s something that I probably won’t need, and if I did, I wouldn’t need that much to back up the stuff I can’t live without.
I’ll check back in a few hours to see if this has moved yet…
Hmmm…yeahhh I’ll pass, just bought a 2TB Fantom Drive for 90 bucks NEW…don’t really need a quarter of the space if 20 bucks more yields 4x the space
Drats. All I really need is a gaming-esque laptop, but it will still be another 2 months before I’ve saved enough for a Woot refurb (only have $400 saved). Oh well, gimme something good in November Woot Monkeys!
I will still be following this Woot Off though.
Seagate 500GB GoFlex is readily available for $50 free shipping from Amazon… not a real good deal …
Half a terabyte, really? This must be a typo since I just saw a 1TB WD external yesterday for cheaper.
Hey woot, how about some golf stuff before I get off work in 30 min and goto some sleep!
man it would seem they have about 150-200 of these- Gonna take a little nap now. Goodnight woot.
i dont see a clickfree 2TB at staples less than 179
i do agree that this is a little high for a 500GB external drive - that appears only to have usb2.0
there are usb3.0 clickfree drives that are in 100 mark for about a 1TB.
pass on this…
I guess it’s just me, but I can’t even imagine why someone would need 2tb of backup! The partitioned part of my hard drive that I use to backup stuff in case I need to reformat the Windows partition on an emergency- only has almost 49gigs on it!
You people must have a lot of downloaded movies or music or something!
The cost of this drive is more around whatever no-name backup software that comes with it.
Backup software can be pretty straight forward. It took me an hour to write a piece of software that will keep a back-up folder in sync with a source folder. Far from perfect and not very pretty at all but it’s not a complex mechanic.
So save yourself some money, buy a cheaper drive on sale with bigger space and then find some free backup software.