A 4TB Drive For Those Games You Totally Aren’t Downloading From Work

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A 4TB Drive For Those Games You Totally Aren’t Downloading From Work
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Given that a 64GB USB stick is fast becoming too small for game downloads right now, it really helps to have a much larger portable drive around. Especially if said drive is a fraction cheaper.

Usually available for $150 or higher, Western Digital’s 4TB Elements USB 3.0 drive is available through Amazon now for $125.99. 4TB is more than plenty if you need to quietly download a bunch of games from Steam to save your home internet the trouble. It’s also handy to have as a backup solution if you do a lot of image or video work and want to save project files, uncompressed recordings or encoded footage for the future.

According to a Staticice search of other retailers, you’re saving at least $25 here. Head here for more details.

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