- My Passport 4TB external hard drive
Welcome to CHEAP, our series about things that are good, but most of all, cheap. CHEAP!
Oh yeah we’ve got something you’re going to like today: a 4TB external hard drive from Western Digital for only $94! Normally, the 4TB My Passport (which is portable btw) retails for $160, but this deal takes 41 percent off and pushes it under a hundred bucks.
What are you waiting for? Go and buy this thing before it’s too late!
I’ve owned (and still own) a variety of Western Digital hard drives – including an older My Passport – and I’m incredibly happy with their performance. They’re still going after years, have a plug-and-play simplicity, and a range of good features. For example, you can use the company’s software to back-up your computer automatically and you can also set password protect the device, so no one’s going to snooping on your files.
In this day and age, you definitely need a 4TB external hard drive too. Whether it’s photos, videos, or music, file sizes are constantly increasing, and you need to be ready to deal with that. While cloud back-ups are useful, there’s plenty of data that’s easier to have a back-up of right there and then. Hell, I’ve lost so many files over the years that the thought of not having a copy of the important ones is unthinkable.
Don’t be like me, be like Jesus instead: save.
Was that a bad joke? Of course, but does it make a good point? Certainly. A good external hard drive is an essential part of your tech arsenal. Whether it’s quickly transferring files, backing-up important documents, or even just sharing some (totally legal) media files with friends, you should always have a good hard drive at hand.
So, make sure you grab the Western Digital 4TB external hard drive while you still can. At only $94, it’s an absolute steal.
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