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1TB SanDisk SSD Plus Sata III Internal SSD - £78.76 / £74.56 (no fee card) @ Amazon Germany
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1TB SanDisk SSD Plus Sata III Internal SSD - £78.76 / £74.56 (no fee card) @ Amazon Germany

£78.76£104.8525%Amazon Germany Deals
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Posted 11th Jan

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The original deal has been closed as the price has gone up due to it no longer having free delivery. But £72 to £74.56 isn't that much when you consider this is the cheapest you'll get it by a long chalk. Still £104.85 on Amazon UK.

Prices are approx using a no-fees card (Curve, Monzo etc).

From Amazon UK:





  • Boost your laptop performance with this durable high speed SanDisk Solid State Drive





  • Enjoy 20X faster computing during browsing, office working, media and gaming





  • The SanDisk SSD PLUS improves laptop battery life and is shock resistant, cool and quiet for reliable on the go computing





  • Read speeds up to 535MB/s and write speeds up to 450MB/s allow you to save, edit and access files with no delay

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No mention of size, we’re doing well here... it’s 1TB
Edited by: "MarkVed" 11th Jan
wat11/01/2020 16:57

Terrible reliability from sandisk, ive had 3 fail on me within a year.


I don't mean to be presumtuous but when i read a comment like this I think either you're a proffesional, who buys a lot of SSD's and is simply observing the percentage of failures but then describing them to us as individual units, for shock value. Or you've got a badly configured, self destructive home PC that enjoys burning your disks.
Edited by: "Supersonick" 11th Jan
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Heat added,

Especially since prices for RAM and Flash Storage are expected to increase over the next few months.
No mention of size, we’re doing well here... it’s 1TB
Edited by: "MarkVed" 11th Jan
This was posted last night. Some questions over the reliability but 1tb SSD at this price seems decent to me.
Just FYI this SSD was pretty poorly reviewed by Tweaktown:

“The SSD Plus and Z410 are not TweakTown recommended.

Pros:
Faster than an HDD

Cons:
High Cost to Performance Ratio
Low Read Performance
Low Sustained Write Performance
All Plastic Enclosure”
You need to specify the size of the SSD in the your post, seems like a bad deal otherwise but for a 1 TB this is great.
Sorry about omitting the size. All sorted now.

But who changed the price? I've checked it on xe.com and my card and €89.77 works out at 74.56

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For information, I've had the 240gb version of this drive for over 6 years as my main drive. No faults. Has been flawless.
Terrible reliability from sandisk, ive had 3 fail on me within a year.
I've used sandisk sds, microsds, and now ssds and never had an issue.
wat11/01/2020 16:57

Terrible reliability from sandisk, ive had 3 fail on me within a year.


I don't mean to be presumtuous but when i read a comment like this I think either you're a proffesional, who buys a lot of SSD's and is simply observing the percentage of failures but then describing them to us as individual units, for shock value. Or you've got a badly configured, self destructive home PC that enjoys burning your disks.
Edited by: "Supersonick" 11th Jan
ibz10011/01/2020 13:42

Heat added,Especially since prices for RAM and Flash Storage are expected …Heat added,Especially since prices for RAM and Flash Storage are expected to increase over the next few months.


What makes you say this?
lezla11/01/2020 19:56

What makes you say this?


Multiple online sources... Ref Ram anyway
I only buy vnand
Supersonick11/01/2020 18:36

I don't mean to be presumtuous but when i read a comment like this I think …I don't mean to be presumtuous but when i read a comment like this I think either you're a proffesional, who buys a lot of SSD's and is simply observing the percentage of failures but then describing them to us as individual units, for shock value. Or you've got a badly configured, self destructive home PC that enjoys burning your disks.


Ok lets go through this step by step to help you better understand .

You buy some hardware and after a few weeks it stops working, you contact the online shop you purchased it from and explain this to them.
They ask for it to be sent back so they can test it and once they are satisfied that the hardware has failed they send out a replacement.
Now this happened and the replacement failed also and the replacement after that too. So thats 3 sandisk SSDs failed.

So in the end they agreed to take a little extra money and sent out a samsung replacement which has been great.

You also tried to discredit my post by saying that i may have configured it incorrectly.
For those out there who know little about computers, SSD's do not need configuring unless you are doing something other than a regular setup,
For most users they can just plug the power cable and sata cable into the ssd and they are good to go.
Also if you were doing a raid setup it would not damage the drive anyway....this sonic guy clearly has no idea what he is talking about
Bargain 🔥
Thanks ordered nein
Do you have to pay postage & packaging regardless of whether you have Prime?
Hi Guys, Can i use this with my apple laptop 2018 model with touch bar, how to find out? Thanks in Advance
No, you need apple's SSD and the form factor is different.
Bought a smaller memory one a few years ago, stuck it in a case thing and use it as an external hard drive.
Only buying m.2 size now . M.2 SATA can be easily converted into 2.5 form factor with adapter

Sabrent M.2 SSD to 2.5-Inch SATA III Aluminum Enclosure Adapter (EC-M2SA) amazon.co.uk/dp/…5H3
Edited by: "hotul" 12th Jan
paul.jacobs12/01/2020 10:39

Bought a smaller memory one a few years ago, stuck it in a case thing and …Bought a smaller memory one a few years ago, stuck it in a case thing and use it as an external hard drive.


hotukdeals.com/dea…339

You can buy this now .
hotul12/01/2020 12:00

Only buying m.2 size now . M.2 SATA can be easily converted into 2.5 form …Only buying m.2 size now . M.2 SATA can be easily converted into 2.5 form factor with adapterSabrent M.2 SSD to 2.5-Inch SATA III Aluminum Enclosure Adapter (EC-M2SA) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01N6PMZLW/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_HKXgEb5CQ55H3


Just please note the requirements that this is an M2 SSD adapter not an M2 NVMe adapter.
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wat11/01/2020 16:57

Terrible reliability from sandisk, ive had 3 fail on me within a year.


I had a 480gb fail and they replaced without quibble. Been fine since.
wat12/01/2020 05:31

Ok lets go through this step by step to help you better understand .You …Ok lets go through this step by step to help you better understand .You buy some hardware and after a few weeks it stops working, you contact the online shop you purchased it from and explain this to them.They ask for it to be sent back so they can test it and once they are satisfied that the hardware has failed they send out a replacement.Now this happened and the replacement failed also and the replacement after that too. So thats 3 sandisk SSDs failed.So in the end they agreed to take a little extra money and sent out a samsung replacement which has been great.You also tried to discredit my post by saying that i may have configured it incorrectly.For those out there who know little about computers, SSD's do not need configuring unless you are doing something other than a regular setup, For most users they can just plug the power cable and sata cable into the ssd and they are good to go.Also if you were doing a raid setup it would not damage the drive anyway....this sonic guy clearly has no idea what he is talking about


To be fair, if you had given that level of detail in your original comment he might not have queried it - as a standalone statement it is hard to judge the validity as you could have meant that you've had 3 fail out of a high volume used commercially, or 3 failed in a row in a PC with (perhaps) a controller issue, PSU fault, internal temperature problem etc.

I'm sure you must have seen similar comments and thought the same (e.g. "don't buy X brand because I've had several break" with no timeframe or other info).
Up to €99 + delivery now.
103.89 Euros now.Deal needs expiring
SSD price drop has been great the last year or so. But will it continue at the same rate??
SilversBirch18/01/2020 15:32

SSD price drop has been great the last year or so. But will it continue at …SSD price drop has been great the last year or so. But will it continue at the same rate??


Well come February we should have an idea of how the prices of imported goods are going to be affected.
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