Kingston Technology A400 SSD Solid State Drive M.2 SA400M8/240G - 240GB for £24.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop
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Kingston Technology A400 SSD Solid State Drive M.2 SA400M8/240G - 240GB for £24.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop

£24.99£28.9914%7dayShop Deals
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Found 15th MayEdited by:"Brutes"
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3230772.jpgEnhanced speeds plus rock-solid reliability - 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 500 MB/s and 450 MB/s, this SSD is 10x faster than a traditional hard drive1 for higher performance, ultra-responsive multi-tasking and an over all 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 120 GB - 480 GB 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.
Additional Info

  • SKU : SA400M8/240G
  • Brand : Kingston
  • Packaged Weight : 70.0000
  • UPC / EAN / GTIN (12/13) : 740617288667
  • MPN : SA400M8/240G
  • Item Condition : new
  • Manufacturer Warranty : 3 Years


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Been tracking prices of these on Amazon, and this is def a cheap price (current Amazon price for this about £33…). WD green is £28 but reviews mention slower than expected speeds. Just ordered, thanks
roughly 2p a GB if my maths is correct.
Brutes15/05/2019 22:07

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that's why i don't do the maths for items like this as it is quite hard to do correctly because 1024MB per 1GB
Not nvme. Check laptop before buying. I will buy nvme pci x 4 as interface much faster. Most new laptops come with nvme m. 2 slot which is not compatible with sata.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 16th May
dannykerner199015/05/2019 22:06

roughly 2p a GB if my maths is correct.


Is it not about 10p a GB or am I missing something?
ned.ford16/05/2019 23:19

Is it not about 10p a GB or am I missing something?


Hahaha ,,, yes ... It's so confusing. That's the final one. Locked now
24.99/240 = 0.1041
This is a 2.5 inch drive according to the product code and the description. The picture is pci-e 2280

Watch out. You may not get what you think you're ordering
obvious16/05/2019 23:54

This is a 2.5 inch drive according to the product code and the …This is a 2.5 inch drive according to the product code and the description. The picture is pci-e 2280 Watch out. You may not get what you think you're ordering


Correct, the proper product code should be SA400M8/240G for the M.2 version.
obvious16/05/2019 23:54

This is a 2.5 inch drive according to the product code and the …This is a 2.5 inch drive according to the product code and the description. The picture is pci-e 2280 Watch out. You may not get what you think you're ordering



ollie8717/05/2019 09:09

Correct, the proper product code should be SA400M8/240G for the M.2 …Correct, the proper product code should be SA400M8/240G for the M.2 version.


Yes, the title is incorrect for the picture and the additional info. It should have been SA400M8/240G,
So, need to confirm before purchase. Thanks for the heads up
Brutes17/05/2019 09:13

Yes, the title is incorrect for the picture and the additional info. It …Yes, the title is incorrect for the picture and the additional info. It should have been SA400M8/240G, So, need to confirm before purchase. Thanks for the heads up



I've just spoken to their support, product has been updated. It is the M.2 SATA drive.
Edited by: "ollie87" 17th May
ollie8717/05/2019 09:23

I've just spoken to their support, product has been updated. It is the M.2 …I've just spoken to their support, product has been updated. It is the M.2 SATA drive.


Thanks, amended it now. Appreciate it .
sam_of_london16/05/2019 12:45

Not nvme. Check laptop before buying. I will buy nvme pci x 4 as interface …Not nvme. Check laptop before buying. I will buy nvme pci x 4 as interface much faster. Most new laptops come with nvme m. 2 slot which is not compatible with sata.


Some of them are, that's why you have to check. I have a razer blade that can take either a SATA or an NVMe drive in its m.2 port. But in general you have to check what your motherboard can actually support.
gambiting17/05/2019 10:10

Some of them are, that's why you have to check. I have a razer blade that …Some of them are, that's why you have to check. I have a razer blade that can take either a SATA or an NVMe drive in its m.2 port. But in general you have to check what your motherboard can actually support.


That cannot be true. Either it's Sata or Pcie/Nvme unless there are two different slots. You are definitely mistaken. Whatever the current drive is you have to keep the same standard. Dual Sata /NVMe slot has not been invented.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 17th May
sam_of_london17/05/2019 11:39

That cannot be true. Either it's Sata or Pcie/Nvme unless there are two …That cannot be true. Either it's Sata or Pcie/Nvme unless there are two different slots. You are definitely mistaken. Whatever the current drive is you have to keep the same standard. Dual Sata /NVMe slot has not been invented.


I thought it was the case that all M.2 ports could take Sata but not all could take NVME, not one or the other. Pretty sure my PC can take either Sata or NVME in its M.2 ports. They're both the same form factor after all, NVME is just the better technology which is why lower end machines tend not to support it.
Looks hot. Would this fit a Medion Akoya P7637? Which is I believe SATA 2.5"
sulylunat17/05/2019 12:06

I thought it was the case that all M.2 ports could take Sata but not all …I thought it was the case that all M.2 ports could take Sata but not all could take NVME, not one or the other. Pretty sure my PC can take either Sata or NVME in its M.2 ports. They're both the same form factor after all, NVME is just the better technology which is why lower end machines tend not to support it.


Exactly the same with the recent HP i got. Can take SATA or NVME. I bought SATA as fast enough for me. (BMW m3 v ferrari if you ask me).
sam_of_london17/05/2019 11:39

That cannot be true. Either it's Sata or Pcie/Nvme unless there are two …That cannot be true. Either it's Sata or Pcie/Nvme unless there are two different slots. You are definitely mistaken. Whatever the current drive is you have to keep the same standard. Dual Sata /NVMe slot has not been invented.


Literally straight from Razer's support website:

support.razer.com/gam…19/

"Can I upgrade the SSD on the Razer Blade Stealth (2019 Model)?
Yes, you can upgrade the SSD.
[...]
The M.2 slot can use either a SATA or NVMe PCIe SSD. The mSATA and the M.2 NVME both take the 2280 size dimensions."
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