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Catch of the Day - Technothon
Taqtik
Melbourne, Victoria
20 posts
Catch of the Day have some fairly decent deals on various Tech. I personally don't need anything off there but i thought I would post it in case someone does :)

http://www.catchoftheday.com.au/index.php
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Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
6834 posts
Some really good stuff on there, especially the 64GB USB.
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HERMITech
Brisbane, Queensland
7887 posts
Has the G29 Steering Wheel for $199
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Mantorok
Brisbane, Queensland
6492 posts
Some really good stuff on there, especially the 64GB USB.
You can get it cheaper at Umart.
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step
Brisbane, Queensland
2488 posts
Meh, who bothers to get USB2 nowadays.
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ravn0s
Brisbane, Queensland
15241 posts
i had no idea they even made 64gb usb sticks.
02:47pm 03/06/12 Permalink
mental
Brisbane, Queensland
3197 posts
mmm 1tb usb 3 seagate hdd for $129, I saw seagate 2tb usb 3 for $99 at JBhifi yesterday and 3tb for $129
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parabol
Brisbane, Queensland
7030 posts
mmm 1tb usb 3 seagate hdd for $129, I saw seagate 2tb usb 3 for $99 at JBhifi yesterday and 3tb for $129

Yeah that's usb-powered 2.5" 1TB vs power-packed 3.5" 2TB/3TB.

The physically smaller drive that doesn't require extra power cables is usually more expensive for obvious reasons.

Much better to get a portable Buffalo 1TB drive from somewhere like CA for $149. Much more reliable than the piece-of-crap Seagates on the market that will flake out on you in no time.
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mental
Brisbane, Queensland
3198 posts
Ahh yep, looking at jbhifi sight that appears to be it, didn't notice if it 'portable' or 'desktop' as I'm not in the market, just saw 2tb for $99, not a bad price as I was walking out the door.
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Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
6838 posts
Oh really? Might get me one, thanks Mental!
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