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Maxtor By Seagate Z1 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD for £76.84 with Code Delivered @ CCLonline /Ebay
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Maxtor By Seagate Z1 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD for £76.84 with Code Delivered @ CCLonline /Ebay

£76.84£79.293%eBay Deals
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Posted 28th Jan

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Good price for a quality PC storage cheaper than their main website which is £79.29, so, that's the next best price on this deal. USE the provided code at checkout, you will get the price.

Key Features:
  • 2.5 Form Factor
  • Up to 540MB/s Read, 475MB/s Write
  • 3 Year Warranty

The Maxtor® Z1 2.5-inch internal SSD provides up to 960GB ofstorage to bring your desktop and laptop applications to life withfaster system boots, loads, and transfer times.

Main Features

  • Take your desktop or laptop to the next level with the performance you need at afraction of the cost
  • Increased durability with robust shock and vibrational resistance (1500G/.5ms)
  • 3-year limited warranty and 1.2M-hr MTBF for peace of mind
  • Upgrade lagging laptop and desktop systems with plug-and-play standard 2.5" SATA form factor
  • Improve existing system performance with high sequential read/write speeds (540MB/sec and 475MB/sec, respectively)
  • Power-efficient drive uses only up to 2.2W in active power
  • Be mobile longer with extended battery life in laptops and portable devices

  • Solid State Capacity 960 GB
  • Drive Size 2.5 "
  • Memory Type SSD
  • Memory Size 960 GB
  • Read Speed 540 MB/s
  • Write Speed 475 MB/s
  • Data Storage Life 360 TBW
  • Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF)1,200,000 hours
  • Interface TypeSATA III
  • Electrical Power Consumption 2.2 W
  • Electrical Power Consumption Standby 16 mw
  • Operating Temperature0 ~ 70 °C
  • Storage Temperature-40 ~ +85 °C
  • Shock (Non Operating)1500 G
  • Form Factor Solid State Drive
  • Enclosure type Internal
  • Width69.85 mm
  • Depth100.2 mm
  • Height7 mm
  • Weight36 g
  • Warranty 3 Years
Community Updates


Also if ordered before the 31st extra nectar points. 228 if my maths correct
Would this be a good replacement for a NAS, running all the time via the USB socket on a router?
It should be ok for Nas. One thing you have to know, ssd need space to move things around. So if ssd has 10gb of space lest, it will easy move data around. It’s when there’s no space left, that it goes through the process of deleting files. Constantly deleting files to write new ones, is what causes wear and tear in ssd.
Does anyone have experience running this in an enclosure. Various SSDs can be hit and miss in certain enclosures.

Many thanks for any experience
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