DREVO X1 Series 240GB SSD 2.5-inch Solid State Drive - £59.79 Sold by Plus666 and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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DREVO X1 Series 240GB SSD 2.5-inch Solid State Drive - £59.79 Sold by Plus666 and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 3rd Jan
Time to dump the biggest hold-up of your computer - hdd, as the drevo x1 will significantly change the whole computing experience you've had before. Once you install it, any non ssd pc in the future would become a disaster to you. Brand drevo series x1 series type 2.5Inch ssd solid state drive interface sataiii capacity 240gb read/write speed read 550m/s write 470m/s flash memory type Hynix size 100 x 69.75 X 7 mm trim support.
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The product-description appears to have been written by somebody suffering from concussion.
Edited by: "Epicurean" 3rd Jan
ITMA14 m ago

The product-description appears to have been written by somebody suffering …The product-description appears to have been written by somebody suffering from concussion.


You should see what's inside. Its litterally a USB flash drive wired out up a SATA adapter.
AStonedRaichu1 h, 25 m ago

You should see what's inside. Its litterally a USB flash drive wired out …You should see what's inside. Its litterally a USB flash drive wired out up a SATA adapter.


Really?!?!
AStonedRaichu1 h, 48 m ago

You should see what's inside. Its litterally a USB flash drive wired out …You should see what's inside. Its litterally a USB flash drive wired out up a SATA adapter.


That doesn't make sense at all, unless you mean it's a flash drive wired to a SATA port. If they have discovered the technology to push/pull 550 m/s via a USB bus .. then that's brilliant - it would be a better reason to buy this drive, just to steal this technology and patent it! We can then just have USB drives to our motherboard.

Unfortunately, the second photo among the amazon pictures does show the inside of this drive and my excitement has vanished as it looks just like any other SSD drive.

As far as this deal is concerned, I'm not a brand slave, however, I am surprised with an 80% 5 star reviews. I may be a bit unfair, but I cannot resist being suspicious about this.
I understand that a SSD drive would replace the HDD in my lap top - if I take out the HDD and replace it with one of these all the files, operating system, software, etc will go with the HDD - how do I transfer it to the SSD
Apologies if I am getting this wrong or missing the obvious
ssatoh_inreverse30 m ago

That doesn't make sense at all, unless you mean it's a flash drive wired …That doesn't make sense at all, unless you mean it's a flash drive wired to a SATA port. If they have discovered the technology to push/pull 550 m/s via a USB bus .. then that's brilliant - it would be a better reason to buy this drive, just to steal this technology and patent it! We can then just have USB drives to our motherboard.Unfortunately, the second photo among the amazon pictures does show the inside of this drive and my excitement has vanished as it looks just like any other SSD drive.As far as this deal is concerned, I'm not a brand slave, however, I am surprised with an 80% 5 star reviews. I may be a bit unfair, but I cannot resist being suspicious about this.


It was a joke lol
billysally20817 m ago

I understand that a SSD drive would replace the HDD in my lap top - if I …I understand that a SSD drive would replace the HDD in my lap top - if I take out the HDD and replace it with one of these all the files, operating system, software, etc will go with the HDD - how do I transfer it to the SSD Apologies if I am getting this wrong or missing the obvious


Easiest way is to buy an external SATA to USB, can be had for around £5. The software to transfer you data is build into Windows 10, other OSes will vary. There are free 3rd party software options as well (I used to use clonezilla - however as I now have cloud storage I don't bother cloning any more. For me it's easier to start from scratch and manually transfer the data from an external drive...)
Don't forget Google is your friend as is YouTube...

Heat added btw...
Edited by: "aLV426" 3rd Jan
It has been this price for quite a while (nearly a month) so not technically a deal just a good priced ssd
aLV4261 h, 2 m ago

Easiest way is to buy an external SATA to USB, can be had for around £5. …Easiest way is to buy an external SATA to USB, can be had for around £5. The software to transfer you data is build into Windows 10, other OSes will vary. There are free 3rd party software options as well (I used to use clonezilla - however as I now have cloud storage I don't bother cloning any more. For me it's easier to start from scratch and manually transfer the data from an external drive...)Don't forget Google is your friend as is YouTube...Heat added btw...


Thanks for this explanation. My HDD on my HP laptop has failed and won’t boot up and I have not created a recovery. How can I load a windows operating system onto a new Hard drive please as I am not able to clone my old one?
hhali9 m ago

Thanks for this explanation. My HDD on my HP laptop has failed and won’t b …Thanks for this explanation. My HDD on my HP laptop has failed and won’t boot up and I have not created a recovery. How can I load a windows operating system onto a new Hard drive please as I am not able to clone my old one?


There are many varibles and therefore many ways to do this, as I have mentioned before this is HotUKdeals, also Google is your friend
I've bought three SSD from DREVO over the last few months and they are all working great. Perfect for Laptop hdd swaps or desktop os.
Got to admit I looked at these and in the end the savings over a proper SSD were too small to justify the risk. Having it from Amazon cuts out most of the risk, but I would still want greater savings vs a "brand" ...
ssatoh_inreverse7 h, 7 m ago

That doesn't make sense at all, unless you mean it's a flash drive wired …That doesn't make sense at all, unless you mean it's a flash drive wired to a SATA port. If they have discovered the technology to push/pull 550 m/s via a USB bus .. then that's brilliant - it would be a better reason to buy this drive, just to steal this technology and patent it! We can then just have USB drives to our motherboard.Unfortunately, the second photo among the amazon pictures does show the inside of this drive and my excitement has vanished as it looks just like any other SSD drive.As far as this deal is concerned, I'm not a brand slave, however, I am surprised with an 80% 5 star reviews. I may be a bit unfair, but I cannot resist being suspicious about this.


I have one of these drives in my main system now, working very well and speeds are "what to be expected" from an SSD. Reliable and does the job well
aLV42611 h, 23 m ago

Easiest way is to buy an external SATA to USB, can be had for around £5. …Easiest way is to buy an external SATA to USB, can be had for around £5. The software to transfer you data is build into Windows 10, other OSes will vary. There are free 3rd party software options as well (I used to use clonezilla - however as I now have cloud storage I don't bother cloning any more. For me it's easier to start from scratch and manually transfer the data from an external drive...)Don't forget Google is your friend as is YouTube...Heat added btw...


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