SanDisk 128GB Ultra Plus 7mm 2.5inch SSD £49.99 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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This is a decent price for the ultra plus and awesome read speed if your not fussed about crazy write performance :)

- 2.5inch SSD
- Read: 530MB/s
- Write: 290MB/s
- 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty
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#1
dunno to wait for better size / price seems like there dropping like flys
#2
This was down to 46 at Amazon a little while ago but seems to been around this price for a little while
1 Like #3
Thanks @TheNexusPanda, I'd rather wait for Amazon price than go to awful customer service at Ebuyer.
#4
Great!
#5
I'm waiting for the argument regarding write/read times....

Good price for real world speed.
#6
Thanks for sharing, heat added! I get what others are saying by waiting, but if you do that with technology you will end up not buying anything!
#7
I just got one of these through flubit for just over £40, performs great.
#8
Interestingly it came delivered from Amazon
#9
Lippo999
I'm waiting for the argument regarding write/read times....

Good price for real world speed.

On a 128GB there isn't one.
#10
aLV426
Thanks for sharing, heat added! I get what others are saying by waiting, but if you do that with technology you will end up not buying anything!

Yes and in 5 years time or maybe 10 all this technology will have now will be laughable. Look back to 2004 and laugh at the crap technology of the day. In fact this makes me not want any technology as it will eventually all become laughable crap, I've saved so much money living in a hut in the mountains as a hermit and not shaving, more than you could ever wish to save on this site.
#11
fishmaster
aLV426
Thanks for sharing, heat added! I get what others are saying by waiting, but if you do that with technology you will end up not buying anything!

Yes and in 5 years time or maybe 10 all this technology will have now will be laughable. Look back to 2004 and laugh at the crap technology of the day. In fact this makes me not want any technology as it will eventually all become laughable crap, I've saved so much money living in a hut in the mountains as a hermit and not shaving, more than you could ever wish to save on this site.


Exactly, in 2004 I had a Nokia 6680. What an utter sack of crap that was!
#12
I'm sorry but I can't vote hot for this because it's Ebuyer and their 6 month return policy is simply a joke. It's worth paying slightly more and purchasing from a more reputable company.
#13
akersj
I'm sorry but I can't vote hot for this because it's Ebuyer and their 6 month return policy is simply a joke. It's worth paying slightly more and purchasing from a more reputable company.

Or just using your rights under law to remind them that your contract is with them and therefore for at least 12 months they are responsible to replacement/repair.

With the reported SSD wars on the horizon and with new models coming out all of the time, I expect these to be down to around £35 fairly soon, so will wait and see.



Edited By: reddit on Jul 22, 2014 21:28
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akersj
I'm sorry but I can't vote hot for this because it's Ebuyer and their 6 month return policy is simply a joke. It's worth paying slightly more and purchasing from a more reputable company.

Or just using your rights under law to remind them that your contract is with them and therefore for at least 12 months they are responsible to replacement/repair.

With the reported SSD wars on the horizon and with new models coming out all of the time, I expect these to be down to around £35 fairly soon, so will wait and see.



You make a fair point but for the few pounds saved it simply isn't worth having to waste my time arguing with their Support team should it fail.
#15
£41.99 on Amazon at the moment, it seems.

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