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What do the fellow Pros out there think of the big harddrive makers (Western Digital (WDC), and Seagate (STX))?

I think everyone would agree that we're not going to stop storing massive amounts of data anytime soon, and it seems like these companies are priced for little to no growth (they also have nice dividends too).

I understand that there may be concerns about these companies not getting a foothold in solid-state drives--and even if they don't become a big SSD player--in the next 3 year timeframe or so I believe that spinning drives will still have a significant market share--just due to the fact that you can get way more storage for the price as compared to an SSD.

What do you guys think?
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