Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
Lexar NS100 2.5” SATA III (6Gb/s) SSD Solid-State Drive - 240GB for £23.99 Delivered @ 7Dayshop
539° Expired

Lexar NS100 2.5” SATA III (6Gb/s) SSD Solid-State Drive - 240GB for £23.99 Delivered @ 7Dayshop

£23.99£26.9911%7dayShop Deals
9
Posted 13th Jul

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

3262275.jpg
3262275.jpg

Description

  • Improve your existing system’s performance. This easy upgrade gives you faster boot-ups, application load times, and data transfers turning your old computer from dinosaur to dynamo!
  • Save time and money by upgrading your laptop or PC. With improved performance and read speeds of up to 550MB/s 1, it will make boot-ups, data transfers and application load times a breeze.
  • Lexar SSD Dash: With the featured SSD Dash management software you’ll have the tools you need to stay up to date with how your SSD is performing. Easily monitor your drives performance to make sure it’s always on point.
  • Unlike traditional hard disk drives. SSD has no moving parts, so it’s more durable and less likely to fail. Shock and vibration resistant = one robust and reliable SSD to safely store and render your large-sized data, photos, and 4K videos
  • Rigorously tested. All Lexar product designs undergo extensive testing in the Lexar Quality Labs, facilities with more than 1,100 digital devices, to ensure performance, quality, compatibility, and reliability.

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Color Gray
  • Capacity 120GB 240GB
  • Interface 2.5” SATA III (6Gb/s)
  • Speed 120-240GB sequential read up to 520MB/s
  • Operating Temperature 0°C to 70°C
  • Storage Temperature -40°C to 85°C
  • Shock Resistant 1500G, duration 0.5ms, Half Sine Wave
  • Vibration Resistant 10~2000Hz, 1.5mm, 20G, 1 Oct/min, 30min/axis(X,Y,Z)
  • TBW 240GB: 120TB
  • DWPD 120GB: 0.46, 240GB: 0.46,
  • Dimension (W x L x H) 100.2mm x 69.85mm x 7mm / 2.75” x 3.94” x 0.28”
  • Weight 34g

Warranty 3 Years Direct With Manufacturer

Community Updates

Groups

9 Comments
HOT
From memory, Lexar is a quality brand, isn't it? So would the be better than the Integral P series which are often around this price?
kalico14/07/2019 10:22

From memory, Lexar is a quality brand, isn't it? So would the be better …From memory, Lexar is a quality brand, isn't it? So would the be better than the Integral P series which are often around this price?


Lexar was a quality brand when it was owned by Micron / Crucial.... couple years ago they sold the brand to a Chinese memory company Longsys so it's hard to say how good they are now as they're totally unrelated to Lexar of old. I'm not saying these are bad, just that there's little historical data on their SSD's right now.

I'd probably buy one or the Integral, I've had loads of Integral P series and so far all good. I think this Lexar is probably similar to other dramless / cacheless budget SSDs.

If you're concerned, pay a few pounds more for the Crucial BX500.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 14th Jul
What free software do people use to image copy old to new please? Or.. am I best just biting the bullet and paying for something. I think my last SSD came with free Acronis True image software which worked a treat and was a breeze to use, however it only works if you have the SSD present that was bundled with the software. I doubt the others like this one come with imaging software?
spannerzone14/07/2019 10:47

Lexar was a quality brand when it was owned by Micron / Crucial.... couple …Lexar was a quality brand when it was owned by Micron / Crucial.... couple years ago they sold the brand to a Chinese memory company Longsys so it's hard to say how good they are now as they're totally unrelated to Lexar of old. I'm not saying these are bad, just that there's little historical data on their SSD's right now.I'd probably buy one or the Integral, I've had loads of Integral P series and so far all good. I think this Lexar is probably similar to other dramless / cacheless budget SSDs.If you're concerned, pay a few pounds more for the Crucial BX500.

neilcaldwell14/07/2019 11:18

What free software do people use to image copy old to new please? Or.. am …What free software do people use to image copy old to new please? Or.. am I best just biting the bullet and paying for something. I think my last SSD came with free Acronis True image software which worked a treat and was a breeze to use, however it only works if you have the SSD present that was bundled with the software. I doubt the others like this one come with imaging software?


I use the paid for version of Acronis True Image but the Crucial SSD has free version of Acronis for download (but only works with Crucial SSDs) - I don't think Lexar or Integral offer any free software.

I think many user Macrium free although that clones same size to same size, you need another tool if going from different sized drives I believe.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 14th Jul
neilcaldwell14/07/2019 11:18

What free software do people use to image copy old to new please? Or.. am …What free software do people use to image copy old to new please? Or.. am I best just biting the bullet and paying for something. I think my last SSD came with free Acronis True image software which worked a treat and was a breeze to use, however it only works if you have the SSD present that was bundled with the software. I doubt the others like this one come with imaging software?


Hey bud, give Macrium Reflect a go Free and easy peasy to use! Cloned/backed up many drives with no issues.
Avatar
deleted1998251
Why would anyone buy this when the crucial bx500 is a 1 or 2 quid more. Its not always about the lowest price
Avatar
deleted1998251
neilcaldwell14/07/2019 11:18

What free software do people use to image copy old to new please? Or.. am …What free software do people use to image copy old to new please? Or.. am I best just biting the bullet and paying for something. I think my last SSD came with free Acronis True image software which worked a treat and was a breeze to use, however it only works if you have the SSD present that was bundled with the software. I doubt the others like this one come with imaging software?


The acronis key that comes with kingston ssd can be redeemed under an acronis account. Downl9ad the iso and burn to disk. Its yours for life. You can also clone without disc by just installing software on pc
kamis505014/07/2019 12:47

Hey bud, give Macrium Reflect a go Free and easy peasy to use! …Hey bud, give Macrium Reflect a go Free and easy peasy to use! Cloned/backed up many drives with no issues.


Downloaded and backing up the home desktop with it now. Looks easy to use and, who knows, this could be my Go to Backup / restore solution moving forwards. Wouldn't mind one on a bootable USB stick if poss that way if I have a failed O/s say I can restore it without having to 1st load a working system. Any thoughts?
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text