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So you've gotten in the habit of hitting "Save" every few minutes in Word in order to avoid another mishap like that from senior year when your thesis disappeared in to the ether when our favorite Office application quit unexpectedly. But it's time to go above and beyond the push-button save and learn the comforts of backing up your entire system. You know, just in case! These storage deals come with savings on an assortment of capacities and includes two Editors' Choice external hard drives.
Is It Worth It? Just think of all the data this 4TB hard drive can store, and at the price of just $0.04/GB! Thousands of photos and videos can be transferred from your computer or other device super fast via USB 3.0 (5.0 Gbps). Still, it remains compatible with USB 2.0 ports. It also features automatic backup, password protection, and hardware encryption, providing a secure location for personal files and information. Just remember to pay via V.me by Visa to redeem this Editors' Choice deal.
Is It Worth It?: Does 4TB of storage seem like overkill? This Editors' Choice 3TB hard drive keeps the cost per GB at the always-affordable $0.04/GB, and at $109 via V.me by Visa payment, this deal offers the lowest total price we've seen on this hard drive. This device also features a USB 3.0 interface and password protection with hardware encryption.
Is It Worth It?: Sure you could buy one TDK 16GB flash drive for $8.99, but add two (one for backup of your backup!) and the price falls to $6.99 a piece, or $13.98 for the pair. That's an Editors' Choice deal at $0.44/GB; it's also $3 under our November mention of one flash drive, and $8 under the lowest total price we could find for this quantity elsewhere.
Is It Worth It?: Perfect for that new digital camera, this $20 32GB SD card will set you back just $0.62/GB. It boasts an impressive 32GB of storage, and its read time 30Mbps allows for the quick transfer of files, missing only seconds of the action while backing up photos and videos.
Is It Worth It?: Another deal from BuyDig and a la V.me by Visa, this 2TB hard drive is unlike the two aforementioned in that it is both sleek and portable. It too features password protection and hardware encryption, and is priced at $0.06/GB. That's a savings of a buck from last week, to boot!
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