From 9to5mac.com/toys (feed): If you are loading up on storage in 2009, you might want to head over to Amazon who have a Seagate 1.5TB 32MB SATA Bulk/OEM Hard Drive ST31500341AS for $129.  That is the lowest price we’ve ever seen for the largest capacity drive on the market.  The device gets an average of 4/5 stars from Amazon reviewers and ships for free. These prices don’t often last for more than 24 hours at Amazon.

Or you can has a 1TB Hitachi for $80 after $30 rebate.

For another $30-$40, throw in a SATA Drive docking station, or perhaps something a little more burly.

 

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