SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GB Sata III 2.5-inch Internal SSD, £49.98 at amazon
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SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GB Sata III 2.5-inch Internal SSD, £49.98 at amazon

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Found 22nd AprEdited by:"Tacavas"
  • Up to 20X faster than a typical hard disk drive. Product dimensions:2.75" x 3.96" x 0.28" (7cm x 10.1cm x 0.7cm)
  • Boosts burst write performance, making it ideal for typical PC workloads.
  • Faster boot-up, shutdown, application load and response.
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Simon_E20 m ago

That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard …That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard price for around 240gb cheaper ssd


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That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard price for around 240gb cheaper ssd
Original Poster
Simon_E20 m ago

That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard …That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard price for around 240gb cheaper ssd


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Simon_E1 h, 11 m ago

That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard …That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard price for around 240gb cheaper ssd


Well it's £59 or higher from well known retailers (excluding the odd ebayer) so while this isn't an earth shattering discount, it appears to the lowest price and worthy of mention, thus heat from me.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 22nd Apr
Anyone know if this will fit and work with an Dell Inspiron 7000 laptop?
Simon_E2 h, 37 m ago

That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard …That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard price for around 240gb cheaper ssd


No such thing.You can get lower spec/reputation 240GB SSDs for less, but this is a good (unbeatable?) price for a mid-range SSD from a reputable dealer. You will pay markedly more for the sharpest 240GB SSDs on the market.

So hot for me if this is the type of device you are after.
MattyD9621 m ago

Anyone know if this will fit and work with an Dell Inspiron 7000 laptop?


More to the point is whether you are fit and able to do it if you have to ask the question here. A simple google would have brought up this answer: youtube.com/wat…QVk
Now £54.98
Simon_E22 h, 50 m ago

That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard …That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard price for around 240gb cheaper ssd

I agree. This Sandisk SSD performs no different from the raft of other branded budget SSDs - Palit, Kingston, Liteon, Adata etc which do not have a dram chip. This price puts it on par with these drives.

The price is competitive only. The drive is poorly put together though with cheap and fragile components (this is not an Ultra II, I have 2 of the Ultra IIs, 2 Crucial, 1 toshiba, 1 Liteon)

There is no midrange for SSDs. There is only budget and premium. This is what I expect to pay for any 240 gb budget SSD.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 23rd Apr
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fiqqer28 m ago

I agree. This Sandisk SSD performs no different from the raft of other …I agree. This Sandisk SSD performs no different from the raft of other branded budget SSDs - Palit, Kingston, Liteon, Adata etc which do not have a dram chip. This price puts it on par with these drives. The price is competitive only. The drive is poorly put together though with cheap and fragile components (this is not even an Ultra II, I have 2 of the Ultra IIs, 2 Crucial, 1 toshiba, 1 Liteon)There is no midrange for SSDs. There is only budget and premium. This is what I expect to pay for any 240 gb budget SSD.


Do you ever have some positive comments
Tacavas4 h, 37 m ago

Do you ever have some positive comments



Yes, loads: I did say that for the price this is ok (although the transcend SSD you recently posted, and I voted hot, is better than this, is £50).

My comments are consistent with the professional reviews of this drive:

tomshardware.com/rev…tml

Verdict
We've seen the SSD Plus 240GB with both MLC and TLC flash. You can roll the dice, or just buy a product with higher performance for the same price.

tweaktown.com/rev…tml

Pros: Faster than an HDD
Cons: High Cost to Performance Ratio Low Read Performance Low Sustained Write Performance All Plastic Enclosure.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 23rd Apr
Simon_E19 h, 54 m ago

That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard …That isn't really a deal. Especially at the moment this is a standard price for around 240gb cheaper ssd


It’s serves as a reminder to anyone who put a purchase on hold. All while the prices went to the moon for a while.
It may be the current price but was it 1-months ago?

Also a bit hypocritical considering some of the above RRP deals you’ve posted for GPUs though not all.
Edited by: "Oneday77" 23rd Apr
fiqqer3 h, 54 m ago

I agree. This Sandisk SSD performs no different from the raft of other …I agree. This Sandisk SSD performs no different from the raft of other branded budget SSDs - Palit, Kingston, Liteon, Adata etc which do not have a dram chip. This price puts it on par with these drives. The price is competitive only. The drive is poorly put together though with cheap and fragile components (this is not even an Ultra II, I have 2 of the Ultra IIs, 2 Crucial, 1 toshiba, 1 Liteon)There is no midrange for SSDs. There is only budget and premium. This is what I expect to pay for any 240 gb budget SSD.


Yes you're right, the price is competitive, so on that basis I voted hot
brainsys23 h, 18 m ago

More to the point is whether you are fit and able to do it if you have to …More to the point is whether you are fit and able to do it if you have to ask the question here. A simple google would have brought up this answer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jt7WY1UuQVk

Just laziness from me, thanks!
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