Kingspec 256Gb SSD £58.99 (25% off) Sold by Shenzhen KingSpec Electronics Technology Co.,Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Kingspec 256Gb SSD £58.99 (25% off) Sold by Shenzhen KingSpec Electronics Technology Co.,Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon

£58.99£78.8925%Amazon Deals
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Found 12th Jan
Had a watch on this on ccc and this is the lowest it’s been. Good price and decent reviews.

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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
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I read it as Kingston and was thinking of returning my 240gb for this
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Darkraiser7 m ago

I read it as Kingston and was thinking of returning my 240gb for this …I read it as Kingston and was thinking of returning my 240gb for this


Oooft, suspect that’s their hope with the name! . Despite that, still a not too bad price for 256gb ssd.
While I don't have the 2.5" SSD, i have two of the m2 versions and the read/write speeds are pretty good. I got them from the Kingspec Offical Store on Aliexpress.
aliexpress.com/ite…B=0


Also worth mentioning you can get this same 2.5" SSD from the KingSpec SSD Store on Aliexpress for £47.31 (£46.73 if you use the Aliexpress mobile app). Although you'd have to obviously wait 2-3 weeks for it to arrive as shipped form china.
aliexpress.com/ite…B=0
Had a 16gb ssd to run openmediavault from packed in after 3 months, AVOID!
I wouldn't bother at this price. If it was £30 then definitely, but at a shade under £60, you may as well pay the extra tenner or so for a drive from a more trustworthy brand.

If anyone does buy this drive, and if it lasts long enough for you to put any content on it, for the love of god take regular backups.
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