The Western Digital easystore 14TB external drive is the most storage that you can buy at $190

The Western Digital easystore 14TB external drive is the most storage that you can buy at $190

Black Friday is almost here and we are looking at impressive tech deals all around. Storage solution specialist, Western Digital, is offering its Easystore external hard disk drive with a massive 14-terabytes of storage at a discounted price. With a launch price of about $310, you can pick this up from Best Buy at just $190 which is a solid discount of $120. This is considerably low since internal hard drives with such capacity are priced at anything from $250-$400. This deal has been around since last month so stocks are likely running low – grab it while you can!

    Western Digital easystore 14TB External USB 3.0 Hard Drive
    The WD easystore external hard drive with its 14TB of storage should be great if you handle large amounts of data or want to build a small home server.

The hard drive, as mentioned, comes with 14TB of storage capacity with a USB 3.0 offering data transfer rates of up to 5Gbps. This should serve you well if you handle large amounts of data for editing, storing, or archiving files. It can even serve you well if you are looking for a solid media server, cause why not? Especially since most of us have been working from home due to the pandemic. Considering the amount of storage, you could easily store large files including 4K movies. There is also an auto-backup feature through the included WD Discovery software, but make sure you format it for the correct operating system before you start using the drive. The company is offering a 2-year limited warranty on this hard drive.

You can even go ahead and remove the hard drive from the casing and pop-it inside your NAS system, giving you a massive increase in storage space. Of course, it is recommended to go for a dedicated NAS hard drive for the best experience. Now, considering it is USB 3.0, you should get average transfer speeds of about 100-120Mbps. That isn’t exactly as fast as what you would get on an external SSD, but still good enouhg for everyday usage.

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