Deal | Seagate's 4TB IronWolf hard drive for NAS servers is now discounted on Amazon
Instead of paying a tidy monthly sum for a cloud storage subscription, NAS servers are an incredibly comfortable alternative which allows users to securely store large amounts of data which can remain entirely under the user's control. Private NAS owners who are still in need of additional SATA hard drives should check out Amazon's current deal on the Seagate IronWolf.
The 4TB version of the Seagate IronWolf hard drive for NAS systems is now on sale for US$79 on Amazon, which is the lowest price on record according to the price tracking website Camelcamelcamel. The regular sticker price for this 3.5-inch NAS HDD with 5,900 RPM sits at US$110, which means that this storage deal offers a very decent 28% in savings.
The 4TB IronWolf is part of Seagate's lineup of entry level NAS hard drives, which are designed to run 24 hours a day and come with a long life expectancy, also called MTBF or mean time between failures, of a whopping 1 million hours. This traditional spinning HDD is further made for workloads of up to 300TB per year in servers with up to eight bays. For private use cases, this deal on the 4TB Seagate IronWolf is certainly worth consideration. Servers used in a rather professional environment may find more appropriate storage solutions in Seagate's IronWolf Pro or even Exos line of NAS hard drives.
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