Newegg is selling the WD Elements 6TB USB 3.0 external drive for a crazy-low price of $100Remove non-product link today when using the code EMCTWUA65. That's nearly 50 percent off the list price and matches the lowest we've ever seen. This sleek hard drive brings a huge amount of storage to the game, with shock tolerance and a durable design helping protect your files against the rough-and-tumble of everyday life. The storage boost can help your computer load faster, along with keeping files like photos, videos, music and more safely stored. The drive is also compatible with both USB 3.0 and USB 2.0, so it's be sure to work with whatever PC or Mac you have.
Higher fuel prices drove up Tokyo's cost of living at the fastest pace in 16 months, although the increases were still tiny compared to those confronting consumers in other economies where central banks are pulling back pandemic-era stimulus. Prices in the capital, excluding those for fresh food, increased 0.3% in November from a year earlier, the internal affairs ministry reported Friday. The result matched the median estimate from economists. Overall gains continued to be limited by plunging mobile phone fees, even as energy prices surged 14%, the most since 1981. Japanese inflation, long a global laggard, is slowly but steadily picking up after climbing above zero at the end of summer amid spiking global commodity prices that have boosted costs for local businesses to a 40-year high.
With PC building at all but a standstill these days, upgrades are the way to breathe fresh life into your current system--like replacing or expanding on your existing storage. This year's Cyber Monday sales make it very affordable to do so. Right now, some of our favorite storage drives are at all-time low prices (or very near it). Everyone should be able to find something worthwhile here. External storage drives with huge capacity, NAS drives, SATA SSDs, NVMe PCIe 3.0 and PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSDs--you'll find a little of everything. Best Buy has discounted other easystore desktop drives, but the 8TB and 12TB varieties are actually higher in price than in previous sales.
Price, who had been Boston's best pitcher since the All-Star break, was hit by the liner from Miami's Austin Dean. The lefty tried to depend himself, raising his arms quickly in self-defense. He scrambled after the ball to the right side of the mound, but ended up covering first when first baseman Steve Pearce picked it up and tossed it over to him for the final out of the top of the third.