Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Prices of Used Hard Drives Like the Clariion CX-4G15-300 are Expected to Drop

More than two years after the devastating flood in Thailand, hard drive prices have dropped even lower, Joel Hruska of ExtremeTech reports. Both hard drives and solid state drives (SSDs) returned to their pre-flood prices in April after what seemed like a relentless rise. This is good news for dealers that sell discontinued hard drive models like the Clariion CX-4G15-300. A drop in new hard drive prices may encourage consumers to sell their old drives for new ones. Thailand produces about 40 percent of the world's hard drives and is considered a global leader in the industry. While the flooding in Thailand left a temporary dent on the data storage market, production quickly rebounded as hard drive producers managed to resume operations as early as 46 days after the flood.


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