An analyst claims that prices for PC hard drives, which skyrocketed in 2011 thanks to floods in Thailand that affected hard drive factories, won't return to their pre-flood price levels until 2014.
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The continuing floods in Thailand are officially affecting PC hard drive supplies and have sent prices for those products soaring as much as 40 percent higher in the past week.
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