Frys has the Hitachi HGST 0S03359 4TB Deskstar 3.5" SATA III Internal Hard Drive Desktop Retail Kit for $129 with free in-store pickup only. Features SATA III 6.0Gb/s interface, 5400rpm drive speed, 32MB data buffer cache, and ramp load/unload design that minimizes the risk of shock damage.
$175 Retail: $318

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    rkpoo Ben's cred: 142
    Posted 10:13 am PDT 05/9/14

    Good price, the 3Tb is $135 on Amzn, the 4 Tb is $210.

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    Teleman Ben's cred: 289
    Posted 11:46 am PDT 05/9/14

    Seems like a good deal, I use many drives, only my Hitachi dives failed within one year, 2 units, wont buy this brand again.

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    Posted 2:47 pm PDT 05/9/14

    Teleman wrote:
    Seems like a good deal, I use many drives, only my Hitachi dives failed within one year, 2 units, wont buy this brand again.

    There are only 2 hard drive manufactures in the world.

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    pikksta Ben's cred: 73
    Posted 3:46 pm PDT 05/9/14

    myc0p wrote:
    Teleman wrote:
    Seems like a good deal, I use many drives, only my Hitachi dives failed within one year, 2 units, wont buy this brand again.
    There are only 2 hard drive manufactures in the world.

    Three - Seagate, Toshiba, WD.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3595
    Posted 3:49 pm PDT 05/9/14

    Just because there are fewer owners that doesn't mean there aren't still different factories making different components the same as they did before the buyouts. There are more individual HDD designs and component sources than just company A vs company B or C.

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    pkn Ben's cred: 30
    Posted 3:42 pm PDT 05/11/14

    pikksta wrote:
    myc0p wrote:
    Teleman wrote:
    Seems like a good deal, I use many drives, only my Hitachi dives failed within one year, 2 units, wont buy this brand again.
    There are only 2 hard drive manufactures in the world.
    Three - Seagate, Toshiba, WD.

    Four - Samsung, Seagate, Toshiba, WD.

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    Posted 12:59 pm PDT 05/23/14

    It more complicated than that. Samsung sold its spinning drives to Seagate. Samsung SSDs are still Samsung. Meanwhile Hitachi sold their 2.5 drives and the brand name to WD, but Toshiba bought the Hitachi 3.5 spinning drive line technology and patents.

    So for spinning drives, there is Seagate legacy and Seagate/Samsung, WD, Toshiba legacy and Toshiba/Hitachi. All of these are sold as distinct products but also sometimes as each other just because. Sometimes you buy a Seagate and end up with what is clearly a Samsung drive. This is not a bad thing, but random. And there are some smaller brands not worth mentioning sourcing from who knows where.

    So this 4TB 3.5 Hitachi is actually a WD drive in Hitachi branding.

    For SSDs, it's more of a mess. Bunches of players rebranding stuff.

    pkn wrote:
    Four - Samsung, Seagate, Toshiba, WD.

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