Sandisk SSD Plus 480GB SATA III 2.5inch SSD £89.98 - Ebuyer
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Sandisk SSD Plus 480GB SATA III 2.5inch SSD £89.98 - Ebuyer

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Found 11th May
Key Features

  • Up to 20X faster than a typical hard disk drive
  • Faster boot up, shut down, application load and response
  • Shock resistant for proven durability- even if you drop your computer
  • Boosts burst write performance, making it ideal for typical PC workloads
  • Generous battery life
Inject new life into your laptop or desktop PC with a durable solid state drive from SanDisk. You'll experience quicker boot-up and shutdown, quicker application response and data transfer speeds than with a typical hard disk drive1, at just a fraction of the cost of a new computer. SLC caching boosts burst write performance, making it ideal for typical PC workloads such as web browsing, email, casual gaming, office productivity, and audio/video entertainment. Plus a solid state drive doesn't overheat, make noise or burn through battery. SanDisk SSDs are resistant to shock, vibration and temperature extremes2, so your SSD keeps working, no matter where or how hard you use your computer.

Specifications

  • Capacity: 480GB
  • Read Speed: up to 535 MB/s
  • Write Speed: up to 445 MB/s
  • Interface: SATA Revision 3.0 (6 Gb/s)
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I'm inclined to go for Crucial MX500 for a couple of quid more due to 5 year warranty, let alone any spec differences like 20GB extra.

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Edited by: "htslough" 11th May
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Same on amazon
I'm inclined to go for Crucial MX500 for a couple of quid more due to 5 year warranty, let alone any spec differences like 20GB extra.

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Edited by: "htslough" 11th May
htslough1 m ago

I'm inclined to go for Crucial MX500 for a few quid more due to 5 year …I'm inclined to go for Crucial MX500 for a few quid more due to 5 year warranty, let alone any spec differences.


I would, the mx500 is slightly faster and almost the same price.
£10 less and I will bite! Common!:)
never buying any sandisk products as all of them are crap
The Sandisk is an older design, Crucial MX500 is a better buy for around the same price.
Edited by: "MagicBoy" 11th May
This is very good bought one from cex a little cheaper a while back and my pc is now rapid at loading anything and everything up.
nicholasrou2 h, 49 m ago

never buying any sandisk products as all of them are crap


I think their official SD cards are superb for the most part.

Are the SSDs terrible or something?

Was tempted to take a punt on this (colour scheme fits my PC aesthetic).
iamdamien4 h, 26 m ago

Was tempted to take a punt on this (colour scheme fits my PC aesthetic).


Choosing an SSD by its colour? Love it!
iamdamien14 h, 24 m ago

I think their official SD cards are superb for the most part. Are the SSDs …I think their official SD cards are superb for the most part. Are the SSDs terrible or something? Was tempted to take a punt on this (colour scheme fits my PC aesthetic).


There's anecdotes for all products' quality both good and bad. I've had two good experiences (touch wood...) but ymmv. Just don't store your important data in only 1 place and follow the best price/performance offer in your budget.
Its not 'a little bit faster', the MX 500 is considerable faster when multitasking etc.
The mx is newer technology.

ssd.userbenchmark.com/Com…951


Feel free to alter it for the 480/ 500 models but the sandisk is a dinosaur and etailers likely just want their money back. Another tenner off, sure.It would be fine for an older desktop or lappy but its not something I would buy today as a boot drive.
Edited by: "joe_shmoe" 12th May
dwvl11th May

Choosing an SSD by its colour? Love it!


Style and substance in a PC. Gotta have that red and black theme for an AMD build (GPU is another story!).
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