Unfortunately, this deal has expired 2 days ago.
Posted 28 June 2023

Kingston SSD Now A400 240GB SATA 3 Solid State Drive (SA400S37/240G), Black £13.99 @ Amazon

£13.99£15.9812% off
This.Is.Dog's avatar
Shared by
This.Is.Dog Super Poster
Joined in 2022

About this deal

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

More SSD deals

Find more like this

See all deals

Discover more deals on our homepage

Direct from Amazon, price just dropped.

Product detailsDigital storage capacity240 GBHard disk interfaceSerial ATAConnectivity technologyUSB, SATABrandKingstonSpecial featureShock resistantHard disk form factor2.5 InchesFast start-up, loading and file transfersMore reliable and durable than a hard driveMultiple capacities with space for applications or a hard drive replacementModel number: SA400S37/240G

Added by


Specification Sheet (PDF)
User Manual (PDF)
Troubleshooting Guide (PDF)


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 of up to 500MB/s and 450MB/s¹, this SSD is 10x faster than a traditional hard drive¹ 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 is also cooler and quieter, and its shock and vibration resistance makes it ideal for notebooks and other mobile computing devices.

  • Fast start-up, loading and file transfers
  • More reliable and durable than a hard drive
  • Multiple capacities with space for applications or a hard drive replacement

*This SSD is designed for use in desktop and notebook computer workloads and is not intended for server environments.


Customer Reviews

Helpful Links

Amazon More details at

Community Updates
Edited by a community support team member, 28 June 2023
New Comment


sorted by
's avatar
  1. Casperuk82's avatar
    It's getting to the point where it's cheaper to buy ssds and random enclosures than it is to by the same size usb sticks.

    Ok they are bigger. But they will be a lot more reliable
    chischis's avatar
    The issue here is that cheap enclosures are often just that: cheap. I've had various brands and unbranded usb drive enclosures just suddenly die over the years. Now, flash drives do this as well, for sure. And replacing the enclosure likely means the drive within will still work. But it's worth keeping in mind that it's not a perfect solution either.
  2. OptimusPrimeval's avatar
    sorry to tag you in again, but you seem very knowledgeable. I was just wondering if you would recommend these drives please as a secondary drive for windows programs installation? I have windows installed on a sammy nvme.
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Yeah it would be fine for apps/games. No real difference to loading times/performance to NVMe as long as it's nothing that actually needs high sequential read/write speeds (like video editing, etc). (edited)
  3. Bimbojimuk's avatar
    I actually have to pinch myself that I have "Spare SSDs" sitting about and no sata ports left to fill. Never ever thought I would reach the point where all slots filled with them. Only if I won the lottery was the only way I'd get to that point. In my favour I lost two sata ports apiece on my gaming and spare PC after the price drops on nvme cards.
    plewis00's avatar
    3D print an external enclosure and hook them up over USB!
's avatar