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Deals June 26: 1TB Cloud Storage for $59.95/month

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Cloud storage is revolutionizing the way we use our computers and now it can do the same for your precious files. This deal from SOS will backup all of the data from all of your computers with up to 1 Terabyte (yes, that's 1,024 Gigabytes) for just $59.95 per month, down from the normal rate of $133.99/month.

SOS Online Backup: 55% Off 1TB Cloud Storage for Business (normally $133.99/month).


15.6" Dell XPS 15 Core i7-2670QM 2.2GHz Quad-core Multi-touch Laptop w/8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, 2GB GeForce GT 540M, Backlit Keyboard & TV Tuner for $1000 with free shipping (normally $1,713 - use coupon code 932N$0ZCCHWZB).

Dell Inspiron 15 Core i3-390M 2.66GHz Dual-core Laptop w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD for $399.99 with free shipping (normally $519.99).

14" Lenovo IdeaPad U400 (09932JU) Core i5-2450M 2.5GHz thin & light Laptop w/6GB RAM, 500GB HDD, Radeon HD 6470M for $599 with free shipping (normally $899 - use coupon code 7DAYSOFDEALS).

14" Dell Latitude E5420 Core i3-2350M 2.3GHz Dual-core Laptop w/2GB RAM, 250GB HDD & $100 Gift Card for $499 with free shipping (normally $599).

13" Dell Inspiron 13z Core i5-3317U 1.7GHz Dual-core Laptop w/6GB RAM, 500GB HDD for $700 with free shipping (normally $839).


Dell Inspiron 620 Core i3-2120 3.3GHz Dual-core Mini Tower w/6GB RAM, 1TB HDD, & Wireless-N for $351.99 with free shipping (normally $439.99 - use 20% coupon code).

Dell Vostro 260 Core i3-2120 3.3GHz Dual-core Mini Tower w/21.5" Dell E2211H LCD Monitor, Wireless-N, Cordless Keyboard + Mouse for $522 with free shipping (normally $728 - use coupon code 6SFF6C?CR428DK) and 7TKFBFGN6PJVFH).

Dell XPS 8500 Core i7-3770 3.4GHz Quad-core Ivy Bridge Desktop w/12GB RAM, 2TB HDD, GeForce GT 640 & 24" Dell LCD Monitor for $1,149.99 with free shipping (normally $1,360 - use coupon code F372CRVPWSRLD7).

Computing Hardware & Peripherals:

120GB Kingston SSDNow V+200 SATA III Internal SSD (KW-S2120-4B) for $79.99 with free shipping (normally $140 - use mail-in rebate form).

Lenovo Multimedia Remote with keyboard N5901 for $20.99 with free shipping (normally $59.99).

Logitech G9X Laser Gaming Mouse Call of Duty MW3 Edition for $44.99 with free shipping (normally $60 - use coupon code EMCNDHD78).

HP Officejet 6100 Color Inkjet (H611a) ePrinter for $69.99 with free shipping (normally $100).

Two (2) Dell ST2420L 24" 1080p LED-backlit HDMI LCD Monitors for $380 with free shipping (normally $520).

Two (2) Dell U2312HM 23" UltraSharp 1080p IPS-panel LCD Monitors + Horizontal Desk Stand for $599.99 with free shipping (normally $797.99).


Max Payne 3 (Xbox 360 or PS3) for $39.99 with free shipping (normally $59.99).

Lollipop Chainsaw (Xbox 360/PS3) for $40 with free shipping (normally $60).

Capcom Digital Collection (Xbox 360) for $16 with free shipping (normally $30).

Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution (Xbox 360) for $16 with free shipping (normally $25).

160GB Sony PS3 Slim Console Bundle (includes 2 games, PlayStation Plus trial) for $250 (normally $300).

Home Entertainment:

73" Mitsubishi WD-73C12 1080p 3D DLP HDTV + $100 Gift Card for $1,099.99 with free shipping (normally $1,299).

65" Panasonic Viera TC-P65ST50 3D 1080p Plasma HDTV for $1,999.99 with free shipping (normally $2,200).

60" LG 60PA6500 1080p Plasma HDTV for $1000 with free shipping (normally $1,200).

46" Samsung UN46EH5300 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV + $150 Gift Card for $850 with free shipping (normally $930 without gift card).

46" Samsung UN46EH5000 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV + $50 Gift Card for $750 with free shipping (normally $880).

43" Samsung PN43E450 720p 600Hz Plasma HDTV + $25 Gift Card for $450 with free shipping (normally $480 with no gift card).


Troy (Widescreen DVD) for $4 with free shipping (normally $7).

Ronin [Blu-ray] for $8 with free shipping (normally $11).

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (Blu-ray) for $10 with free shipping (normally $13).

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Nokia Lumia 900 4G LTE Smartphone [2-year AT&T contract] for $0.01 with free shipping (normally $49.99).

Pre-order Samsung Galaxy S III 16GB Smartphone + $10 Google Wallet Credit for $161.99 with free shipping (normally $199.99 - use coupon code TALKLOGIC).

ZAGGfolio Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard for Apple iPad 2/3 + invisibleSHIELD HD for $99.99 with free shipping (normally $134.98).

Belkin Chef Tablet Stand and Stylus for $17.98 with free shipping (normally $30).

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Able Planet NC600 Clear Harmony Headphones for $49 with free shipping (normally $98 - use coupon code POWER50).

4GB Sony MHSTS10 Bloggie Touch Camcorder (Black) w/Softcase & mini HDMI Cable for $60 with free shipping (normally $130 - use coupon code VMB63760).

16MP Olympus SZ-20 1080p 24mm Wide Angle Digital Camera for $139.99 with free shipping (normally $190 - use mail-in rebate form).

Sony DCR-SX45 Handycam Blue Camcorder (Refurbished) for $99.99 with free shipping (normally $170).


Flashlight LED (iPhone) for $0 (normally $0.99).

Core Monitor (iPhone) for $0 (normally $1.99).

Pocket Check-Up (iPhone) for $0 (normally $2.99).

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TransWorld SKATEboarding Magazine (12 Digital Issues) for $0.

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    HDmac , June 26, 2012 8:56 PM
    OR you could just buy a 1TB redundant backup drive for 150 bucks.....
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    aqualipt , June 26, 2012 9:07 PM
    HDmacOR you could just buy a 1TB redundant backup drive for 150 bucks.....

    you beat me to it :/ 
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    punahou1 , June 26, 2012 9:13 PM
    $59.95 per month for 1TB is not a deal. Why in the world would anyone want to spend $719 per year for this backup solution?
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    themarin8r , June 26, 2012 9:22 PM
    SOS Online Backup: 55% Off 1TB Cloud Storage for Business (normally $133.99/month).

    Probably because it is for Businesses mostly. And for most businesses, 720 bucks a year is totally worth paying for.
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    ammaross , June 26, 2012 9:55 PM
    themarin8rProbably because it is for Businesses mostly. And for most businesses, 720 bucks a year is totally worth paying for.

    Unless the business actually has an IT guy (which with 1TB of data needing backing up, they likely do), at which point, said IT guy can buy said 1TB redundant backup drive and "cloud storage" it in his basement.... (encrypted, etc of course).
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    buckcm , June 26, 2012 9:56 PM
    You can get 1 TB for Google Drive for $50 per month.

    Does anyone remember the deal from Livedrive that blew up?
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    adgjlsfhk , June 26, 2012 10:06 PM
    the problem with google drive is that it is not very secure, and google reads stuff on it, so it does not work for any confidential info. Also, 2 months is $118, which is more than a 1 tb hard drive.
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    slaydemon , June 26, 2012 10:09 PM
    crashplan... i pay $280 for 4 years, unlimited back up on up to 10 computers.
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    aragis , June 27, 2012 12:02 AM
    cloud storage is overrated and expensive
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    Andy Chow , June 27, 2012 12:03 AM
    The thing with having an IT guy is that he's going to cost you 50-90k a year depending on location.

    But who knows how safe any online storage is from hackers, data loss, heck, even bankruptcy. Yeah, it definitely seems foolish to not just buy an external nas with raid for half the price of one year of this service. Those things are so easy to use and setup, you don't need an IT guy.

    It must make sense for some people however, because there does seem to be a demand for these products.
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    JTWrenn , June 27, 2012 2:24 AM
    Use something like Egnyte and you get the same low prices with a bunch more options.

    Also, a nas and external hd are great, but they don't protect you from fire theft or flood. You need offsite backup to protect your data from a real disaster, not from general backup issues. This is for people who really need to keep their data safe, and look at it like an insurance policy. Also, any thought that you can use anything short of a business plan to get this backup is a bad idea. Sometimes these things fail as well and if you have a home plan you can't get anything out of them. Every business should have 2 local and one remote backup if they are done right, including a raid. That is the only real way to be safe
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    memadmax , June 27, 2012 5:21 AM
    heh, someone said the 1tb online backup was a business solution...
    Well, depending on the business 1tb is either way way way too much, or way way way too little.
    And at $59.95 you could buy urself a drive in 2 months or so.....

    But of course, a sucker is born every minute, and it's worse when they use "cool buzzwords" invented by the iFreaks to lure unsuspecting people....
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    freggo , June 27, 2012 10:12 AM
    This must be a typo folks. 2 month worth of service will easily buy you a nice 1TB drive.
    Heck, Newegg has 3TB externals for under $150 now.

    And let's face it UL/DL with an external drive beats the hell out of our so called 'high speed' connections.

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    hoofhearted , June 27, 2012 12:48 PM
    Just check the price on Newegg, $90 for their cheapest 1TB Seagate. Two of these and add another $100 for a DLink DNS-320, total of $280 for a RAID 1 TB NAS and you get to keep it for less than 5 months worth of this cloud crap.
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    rantoc , June 27, 2012 12:53 PM
    Also included in the 1TB cloud deal ->
    Better fire security compared to having the backup home - check!
    24/7 availability to skilled hackers as the "cloud's secure systems" are hacked over and over - check!
    Its FAR more expensive than using a thumb drive in the key chain with an encrypted backup - check!

    Lets see - No deal!
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    LukeCWM , June 27, 2012 2:31 PM
    One of my projects at work (I'm an IT guy) is to find a vendor for online data storage. One of the best options I've looked at is Iron Mountain, and they recently gave me a quote for 400 GB cloud storage. Monthly cost: $624. They are on the more expensive end, but now you understand why 1 TB for only $60/m is cheap.

    Consider catastrophic data loss due to acts of God, i.e. floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, etc.; something capable of destroying all the data in the building regardless of how many redundancies you have built in. And consider that the loss of data will almost assuredly put many companies out of business, especially finance and legal companies. This data is absolutely confidential, as is data from hospitals, etc. This isn't about a sucker being born every minute, this is a requirement for a 10,000,000 annual revenue company staying in business.

    A high-end cloud storage company offers many services the others don't. For example, they'll have 3+ data centers around continent, and even if catastrophic accidents happened to two of them, the user wouldn't even notice. Of course the data center also has redundancy in itself to handle drive failure. Consistency and speed and redundancy of their ISP is also something you pay for, and it's important because their internet downtime could mean the loss of your most recent data, or their slow speed means delays in uploading your data to them for backup, and especially delays in getting it back when you need it. A good cloud storage company will be able to back up files automatically and back up files incrementally (e.g. upload only the 100 KB of changes to the 40 GB database, not re-upload the entire 40 GB of the database). They will also maintain separate backup pictures of all your files from every 15 minutes and keep them for years (up to seven years in the case of Iron Mountain), allowing you to truly revert to earlier versions of a file even if you've deleted or misplaced it. And also, a high quality cloud will ship your data and a temporary server to you ASAP so your company can handle a server outage without closing down.

    Iron Mountain is too expensive for my company's needs, so I'm just using them as a real world example. There are a lot of misconceptions going around about what business cloud storage could provide and what is a fair price for these services, and why they are needed in the first place. I hope my post is educational for some of you.
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    DSpider , June 27, 2012 4:31 PM
    $624 a month for 400 GB?

    You are so getting ripped off.
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    LukeCWM , June 27, 2012 4:47 PM
    DSpider$624 a month for 400 GB?You are so getting ripped off.

    Did you not read anything I wrote about what they offer that MozyPro (for example) doesn't? I'm not saying it's cheap, since it sent my company looking for cheaper alternatives, but it all depends on how much service a business requires.
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    izmanq , June 27, 2012 10:48 PM
    60 USD / month for 1 TB ? :| i think it's better buy my own cloud server and put several TBs HDDs. private cloud make more sense than this :|