Kingston 120gb SSD harddrive £39.99 at ebuyer
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Kingston 120gb SSD harddrive £39.99 at ebuyer

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Found 24th Nov
I've been waiting for a decent solid state to drop in price, they also have the 240gb at £60-
ebuyer.com/790…40g
And there's TCB/quidco available too.

  • 10x Faster than a hard drive
  • Upto 500MB/s read
  • Upto 350MB/s write
  • Ideal for desktops and notebooks
  • Limited 3-year warranty

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Good price now but annoys me how much these have crept up in the last 1-2 years...

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plewis002 m ago

Good price now but annoys me how much these have crept up in the last 1-2 …Good price now but annoys me how much these have crept up in the last 1-2 years...


It's true, I got one last Black Friday and it was a fair bit cheaper and there were so many more options too. At least they're not as bad as graphics/ram prices.

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quidco.com/ebu…er/
Can grab a life-changing 4% cashback today on ebuyer!!!

Thanks, ordered. Amazon shipping was for Monday, was able to select tomorrow Saturday 25th on Ebuyer.

Do I order or hold out for a Samsung evo? Dammit!

James_dean7 m ago

Do I order or hold out for a Samsung evo? Dammit!


Wait if you want the best.

The A400 is Kingston's entry level SSD - not as fast or long lasting as their UV series. Good as basic boot drive to replace a HDD but not the jobby for intensive work like video editing or premium performance.

But I bought one nevertheless!
Edited by: "brainsys" 24th Nov

brainsys52 m ago

Wait if you want the best.The A400 is Kingston's entry level SSD - not as …Wait if you want the best.The A400 is Kingston's entry level SSD - not as fast or long lasting as their UV series. Good as basic boot drive to replace a HDD but not the jobby for intensive work like video editing or premium performance.But I bought one nevertheless!

Have to admit I was expecting to see a few more SSD offers today, however a quick glance appears some prices have actually gone up.

Thanks, ordered one free delivery on a Saturday as well can't be bad

No free delivery for NI 😡

James_dean35 m ago

Have to admit I was expecting to see a few more SSD offers today, however …Have to admit I was expecting to see a few more SSD offers today, however a quick glance appears some prices have actually gone up.


Yeah, looking for one to revive a laptop. No rush really, just want best price.

Would this fit in my desktop for my OS?

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jamieh171110 m ago

Would this fit in my desktop for my OS?


Should do if you've space, you can get 2.5 to 3.5 cases for about £2. Though mine was left hanging for about a month last year beofee I bought a case

jamieh171119 m ago

Would this fit in my desktop for my OS?


I've got a set to fit it included a 2.5 kit, thank you!

Would this be a sufficent size for a boot drive, dual booting Windows and Linux with a secondary larger drive for storage? Or would it be better to get a larger SSD? TIA

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stec778 m ago

Would this be a sufficent size for a boot drive, dual booting Windows and …Would this be a sufficent size for a boot drive, dual booting Windows and Linux with a secondary larger drive for storage? Or would it be better to get a larger SSD? TIA


Not 100% but I think windows is around 60gb max, and Linux smaller, so it should be good just as a boot drive. Bigger SSDs are always handy though as you can run hungry processes more easily.

Is this better (240gb) or the sandisk posted earlier?

Amazon are back up to £49, so it's a good buy. And I think it's plenty big enough for your System and Application programmes on a PC. I think data should be okay on an HDD. But that's just me. If it's a laptop though, yes, more system space is good.

I got 2x240gb crucial at this price and not that long time ago

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