256GB SSD KingSpec 2.5 inch SATA3 (P3-256) Sata III 2.5-inch Internal SSD, Up to 520 MB/s £58.99 Sold by Shenzhen KingSpec Electronics Technology Co.,Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon
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256GB SSD KingSpec 2.5 inch SATA3 (P3-256) Sata III 2.5-inch Internal SSD, Up to 520 MB/s £58.99 Sold by Shenzhen KingSpec Electronics Technology Co.,Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon

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SSD are getting lovely in price. I remember when it was roughly £1/GB when the technology was newer.
Edited by: "ArcAndPie" 21st Jan
Is this worth getting or am i better off getting the evo for a little extra £
crispyjr11 m ago

Is this worth getting or am i better off getting the evo for a little …Is this worth getting or am i better off getting the evo for a little extra £


Get the EVO , KingSpec are awful!
ArcAndPie21 m ago

SSD are getting lovely in price. I remember when it was roughly £1/MB when …SSD are getting lovely in price. I remember when it was roughly £1/MB when the technology was newer.


£40,000 for a 40GB drive? That must have been in the early 90s, long before it went mainstream.
EndlessWaves12 m ago

£40,000 for a 40GB drive? That must have been in the early 90s, long …£40,000 for a 40GB drive? That must have been in the early 90s, long before it went mainstream.


Probably meant GB ..
EndlessWaves15 m ago

£40,000 for a 40GB drive? That must have been in the early 90s, long …£40,000 for a 40GB drive? That must have been in the early 90s, long before it went mainstream.


Haha. Phone corrected GB to MB for some reason. :P
CaptainSpaulding36 m ago

Get the EVO , KingSpec are awful!


Have you had a kingdpec SSD before? What happened to it?
DQ11111124 m ago

Probably meant GB ..


Back in the day they were indeed more than £1 per MB, but then 240MB was a large drive, a GB was unheard of, let alone a TB. How things have changed thankfully
Dano31427 m ago

Back in the day they were indeed more than £1 per MB, but then 240MB was a …Back in the day they were indeed more than £1 per MB, but then 240MB was a large drive, a GB was unheard of, let alone a TB. How things have changed thankfully


I'll never forget my trusty 1MB memory sticks on PS1
duncancosgrove1 h, 4 m ago

Have you had a kingdpec SSD before? What happened to it?


It was possessed by some kind of demonic malevolent entity , i kept hearing voices coming from my laptop even after I'd shut it down , and it would randomly turn on and off.
Even now it's still not the same : (
ArcAndPie2 h, 10 m ago

SSD are getting lovely in price. I remember when it was roughly £1/GB when …SSD are getting lovely in price. I remember when it was roughly £1/GB when the technology was newer.



The prices are awful at the moment, I got a 480GB Sandisk for £79.99 in November 2015...
EndlessWaves2 h, 21 m ago

£40,000 for a 40GB drive? That must have been in the early 90s, long …£40,000 for a 40GB drive? That must have been in the early 90s, long before it went mainstream.


They didn't have SSDs in the 90s, even a 200MB HDD was pretty expensive IIRC. In 1994 I believe the PC I bought had a 40MB drive and 2/4MB ram.
duncancosgrove2 h, 9 m ago

Have you had a kingdpec SSD before? What happened to it?


if it was anything like mine it packed up after 2 months,

do not use this for important data.
CaptainSpaulding1 h, 8 m ago

It was possessed by some kind of demonic malevolent entity , i kept …It was possessed by some kind of demonic malevolent entity , i kept hearing voices coming from my laptop even after I'd shut it down , and it would randomly turn on and off. Even now it's still not the same : (


That's bad luck. There's always one in every batch.
Dano3143 h, 0 m ago

Back in the day they were indeed more than £1 per MB, but then 240MB was a …Back in the day they were indeed more than £1 per MB, but then 240MB was a large drive, a GB was unheard of, let alone a TB. How things have changed thankfully


True, times have changed
ArcAndPie15 h, 9 m ago

SSD are getting lovely in price. I remember when it was roughly £1/GB when …SSD are getting lovely in price. I remember when it was roughly £1/GB when the technology was newer.


Remember the days before Windows & it departments one of the students bought a a 1/2 gig drive from Tandy (radio shack???) We thought he was mental regards all that capacity and crazy price.
Had a KingSpec drive retro fit in Lenovo yoga didn't last long.
Edited by: "ray1066" 22nd Jan
ray106622nd Jan

Remember the days before Windows & it departments one of the students …Remember the days before Windows & it departments one of the students bought a a 1/2 gig drive from Tandy (radio shack???) We thought he was mental regards all that capacity and crazy price.Had a KingSpec drive retro fit in Lenovo yoga didn't last long.


A 500Mb drive before Windows came out? Sorry I think your memory is going 🤔
ws0077 h, 17 m ago

A 500Mb drive before Windows came out? Sorry I think your memory is going …A 500Mb drive before Windows came out? Sorry I think your memory is going 🤔


Windows 3.1 1993

IBM 0681 first shipped in April 1990. Developed at IBM's Hursley, UK, laboratory under the code name Redwing. It was an up to 857 MB full height 5¼-inch HDD


IBM 0663 first shipped in late 1991. Developed under the code name "Corsair", it was a 3½-inch HDD with the height of a 5½-inch half-height device (1.6-inch high) and up to 1 GB

IBM 0664 first shipped in November 1992. Developed under the code name "Allicat" at IBM Rochester, MN, it was a full-height 2.013 GB capacity

IBM 0662 first shipped in June 1993. Developed under the code name "Spitfire" a 3½-inch HDD with 1.05 GB

You could pick up a Fujitsu 1.1GB Internal 5400RPM 3.5" (M2694ESA) for £2.5k in 1993 also.
nougat18 m ago

Windows 3.1 1993IBM 0681 first shipped in April 1990. Developed at IBM's …Windows 3.1 1993IBM 0681 first shipped in April 1990. Developed at IBM's Hursley, UK, laboratory under the code name Redwing. It was an up to 857 MB full height 5¼-inch HDD IBM 0663 first shipped in late 1991. Developed under the code name "Corsair", it was a 3½-inch HDD with the height of a 5½-inch half-height device (1.6-inch high) and up to 1 GB IBM 0664 first shipped in November 1992. Developed under the code name "Allicat" at IBM Rochester, MN, it was a full-height 2.013 GB capacity IBM 0662 first shipped in June 1993. Developed under the code name "Spitfire" a 3½-inch HDD with 1.05 GB You could pick up a Fujitsu 1.1GB Internal 5400RPM 3.5" (M2694ESA) for £2.5k in 1993 also.


Wow, I remember 5 1/4 inch quantum fireball hard drives by maxtor, nuts how fast things have developed, thanks for the correction.
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