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Kingston SSD A400 Solid State Drive (2.5 Inch SATA 3), 480 GB for £42.48 (1TB £89.97) Dispatched from and sold by Kikatek @ Amazon UK
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Kingston SSD A400 Solid State Drive (2.5 Inch SATA 3), 480 GB for £42.48 (1TB £89.97) Dispatched from and sold by Kikatek @ Amazon UK

£42.48£45.998%Amazon Deals
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Posted 8th Jul
Base was selling it for £42.99 which has increased to £46.99 now.
Amazon is providing discount for this third party seller... I tried it on 4 accounts and the discount is there on all four. Try yours ..
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  • 10x faster than a HDD
  • Rugged
  • Multiple capacities
  • Ideal for desktops and notebooks
  • More from Kingston



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Kingston's A400 solid-state drive dramatically improves the responsiveness of your existing system with incredible boot, loading and transfer times compared to mechanical hard drives. Powered by a latest gen controller for read and write speeds up to 500MB/s and 450MB/s, this SSD is 10x faster than a traditional hard drive for higher performance, ultra-responsive multi-tasking and an overall faster system. Also more reliable and durable than a hard drive, A400 is built with Flash memory. There are no moving parts, making it less likely to fail than a mechanical hard drive. It's also cooler and quieter, and its shock and vibration resistance makes it ideal for notebooks and other mobile computing devices. A400 is available in multiple capacities from 120GB-480GB to give you all the space you need for applications, videos, photos and other important documents. You can also replace your hard drive or a smaller SSD with a drive big enough to hold all your files.

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£90 for 960gb .. so its better to buy two of these and put them in raid0 .. make's them faster too.
Good price. I recently swapped my HDD for a SSD and my laptop is now like a brand new machine.
GwanGy08/07/2019 12:00

£90 for 960gb .. so its better to buy two of these and put them in raid0 …£90 for 960gb .. so its better to buy two of these and put them in raid0 .. make's them faster too.


Also halves the reliability. If either SSD fails, the data on both is lost.
I think I'd rather go with ADATA as these have the Phison S11 controllers which do not seem very reliable.
I recently bought a refurbished laptop and want to buy one of these too put in. Would there be any problems with the BIOS with it being a refurbished laptop?
Nope , You'll be absoluetely fine
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