Wanted 3tb (or larger) Internal or External HDD

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    After one of these to be uaed as an occasional backup to be kept offsite. Either internal that I can pop in my old Synology NAS or external (pref usb 3). Would probably favour external so I can sell on the Synology.

    Don't want something expensive as it's an occasional backup but at the same time want something reliable. If your drive has no warranty that's not an issue as long as drive checks out ok.

    Let me know what you have.

    Location: Kidderminster

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    Internal 3TB for sale here.
     
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    Thanks. I did look at that. I have a few concerns over the reliability of those Seagate's bit then this should be very lightly used. What's the lowest you would go on that?
     
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