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Whether you're in need of more storage, or you're averting disaster and replacing a failing hard drive, there's never a bad time to swap out your HDD. This week's best storage deals should make the task easier as they include a 6TB drive for $300, a 240GB SSD for $110, and for the constant traveler, two Lexar 32GB USB flash drives for just $22.
Is It Worth It?: You can never have too many flash drives and this Editors' Choice deal bundles two 32GB drives for just $22. At $11 per drive, it's $26 cheaper than buying them separately. Each drive features a sliding cover and antimicrobial protection.
Is It Worth It?: Though we've seen it for a few bucks less, at $80 this Seagate 2TB Barracuda hard drive is at an all-time non-rebate price low. The internal SATA drive runs at 7200 rpm and features a 64MB cache.
Is It Worth It?: Give your computer the ultimate storage upgrade with Seagate's 6TB Seria ATA internal hard drive. It's the first deal we've seen for any 6TB internal drive and a current price low by $65. It features a 128MB cache and runs at 5900 rpm.
Is It Worth It?: Ditch your traditional hard drive for Crucial's M500 SSD and give your PC or Mac near-instant boot times. It features read speeds of up to 500MB/s and write speeds of up to 250MB/s.
Is It Worth It?: Like the aforementioned Barracuda, this 128GB SanDisk is at an all-time non-rebate price low. It's also the cheapest current price we could find for this drive by $12. It features read speeds of up to 490MB/s and write speeds of up to 350MB/s.