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WD Blue 3D NAND Internal SSD 2.5 Inch SATA - 4 TB £354.99 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)

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4TB SSD. What a time to be alive!
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4TB SSD. What a time to be alive!
kowalski04/01/2020 18:08

4TB SSD. What a time to be alive!


What a price to match it too!
£88.75 a tb is a cracking price, especially if you believe the reports, that prices are going to go up this year.
An excellent price, chuck it in your gaming laptop and say goodbye to lugging external drives/cables around - which is exactly what I did to store my origin/steam/xbox library. Makes less sense for a desktop, however.
LegendOfScotia04/01/2020 18:24

£88.75 a tb is a cracking price, especially if you believe the reports, …£88.75 a tb is a cracking price, especially if you believe the reports, that prices are going to go up this year.


Do you know why prices might be going up?
kowalski04/01/2020 18:08

4TB SSD. What a time to be alive!


I came across a 1gb USB drive that I was really proud of then I bought it, I think I paid almost £200 for it!!
Will this work on a PS4?
Netflix04/01/2020 19:31

Do you know why prices might be going up?


PS5 and XBox series X are using SSD for storage.
BigBlueDot04/01/2020 19:54

PS5 and XBox series X are using SSD for storage.


It might also mean they get massive economies of scale as become mainstream
Netflix04/01/2020 19:31

Do you know why prices might be going up?


There are a few articles about it such as tomshardware.com/uk/…-up. Seems there was a power outage at a Samsung production line. But they said something similar last year so pinch of salt territory!
jameshothothot04/01/2020 19:58

It might also mean they get massive economies of scale as become mainstream


In the long term, sure, but it take years for new fabs to come online. In the short term there will be profits taking.
Netflix04/01/2020 19:31

Do you know why prices might be going up?


Yeah, production was cut because there was a massive over supply. Now there is a shortage.

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i got mine as a special in damaged box - £330! SSD absolutely mint!
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