- Seagate 10TB Hard Drive for $380
10TB (10 terabytes) is a huge amount of storage, and most other stores sell this drive for at least $400.
This is a 3.5" hard drive, meant for use inside a desktop computer or plugged into a hard drive docking station.
This one has a 7200rpm spin rate, so it performs faster than most other large capacity hard drives.
Reviewers on both Newegg and Amazon say it performs at 200-250 megabytes per second, which means it is one of the fastest large capacity consumer-grade hard drives on the market.
- Western Digital 4TB Portable Hard Drive for $110
Western Digital Easystore 4TB Portable USB3.0 Hard Drive for $110.
This drive has rounded corners, unlike a similar drive that sells for $5 more.
4TB is a lot of capacity in a portable USB drive.
It powers itself through the included USB data cable, so no need to carry a power cable.
The $702TB version is also a sale price (normally $75).
Samsung 250GB 850-EVO Series Solid State Drive for $60 with your promo code.
To see a copy of the deal, click here to view the offer as it was displayed in the email.
See the top of your Frys email to find the promo code that gets you this hot deal.
This 250GB SSD normally sells for about $100.
CyberPower 1500VA Intelligent-Series UPS $185, and press "Clip $65 Coupon" above the "Add To Cart" button to get it for $120.
This model normally sells for about $185.
This UPS's 1500VA (about 700 watt max output) is powerful enough to protect a computer, its monitors, and a switch or router from power surges and fluctuations.
A UPS can increase the longevity of sensitive equipment, especially a computer or DVR with a hard drive.
In our experience, hard drive failures are less likely to occur when inside devices protected by a good UPS, because hard drives need clean power to operate well.
So, if you run a fileserver, DVR, or computer vital to your business, we recommend protecting it with a good UPS.
SSDs, however, are highly resistant to power surges.
For a less expensive alternative, Newegg is selling a APC 750VA UPS for $80 today.
Normally sells for about $100.
It does not provide similar Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR), but does provide battery backup up to about 300 watt output.
- Western Digital 8TB External/Desktop USB Hard Drive for $180
Western Digital Easystore 8TB External/Desktop USB Hard Drive for $180 today.
Normally at least $200.
Inside the chassis is a Western Digital 8TB hard drive, likely a "Red" model similar to this one, which normally sells for at least $250.
USB drives can be slow, but if you open the drive chassis with a screwdriver, remove the 8TB hard drive, and install the actual hard drive itself to a Serial-ATA interface inside your desktop computer or a Serial-ATA docking station, you can get this 8TB of storage faster than the capabilities of the USB drive.
Dell Wireless Keyboard and Mouse for $10.
Same-day in-store pickup avoids the shipping fee.
Normally sells for $20.
The reviews are mostly positive.
A few people said theirs broke soon after purchase, but Staples gives you 14 days to return the keyboard for any reason.
It's only $10 though, so even if there's a 60% chance it will work well for you, the risk may be worth the $10 investment.
- Seagate 2TB 7200rpm Hard Drive for $60
Through tonight only, Newegg is selling a Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200rpm Hard Drive for $60 when you apply code EMCRECH32 in the cart.
Valid on up to 5 drives in a single order.
Normally about $67 to $70.
This one has more positive reviews than we have seen with similar 2TB hard drives.
They say it performs about 150 MBytes per second reads and 100 MBytes/sec writes, which is very fast for a hard drive.
If you are looking to get more storage in your desktop computer, more expandable storage with your hard drive docking station, or are building a RAID array for fault-tolerant storage, we would definitely consider this deal.