Those are fairly decent prices, especially for the 120GB, which represents the best bang-for-buck out of all three at $1.24 per gigabyte. And keep in mind that these are SATA 6Gbps drives rated for up to 500MB/s read and up to 450MB/s write speeds. They also boast 256-bit AES encryption and come with 3-year warranties.
If this is how these prices shake out in the market place, do you see yourself picking one up?
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