SanDisk Ultra II SSD 500 GB SATA III 2.5 inch Internal SSD up to 545 MB/s Read and up to 525 MB/s Write £134.99 @ Amazon
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SanDisk Ultra II SSD 500 GB SATA III 2.5 inch Internal SSD up to 545 MB/s Read and up to 525 MB/s Write £134.99 @ Amazon

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Found 22nd Aug 2017

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SanDisk Ultra II SSD 500 GB SATA III 2.5 inch Internal SSD up to 545 MB/s Read and up to 525 MB/s Write

£134.99 @ Amazon

  • Up to 28x better performance than a typical hard disk drive
  • No-wait boot up and shut down
  • Faster app load and response times
  • Up to 15% longer battery life
  • cache 2.0 technology delivers enhanced speed and endurance


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jaaguar7 m ago

Cold ?

To many people that still lives with the past prices... i bought it back in the day mx300 525GB for £83 shall i vote cold if today this deal is good but compared with last year is $h!T
£80 for the 480gb version of this in Nov 2015.

They were the days. Any one got a Werther's Original going spare
I guess all the cold voters have access to a time machine.
Not a bad price let's hope the m.2 prices drop soon rather have one of them
£80 for an SSD with 525GB space would certainly be a super hot. Past is past, technology has now been updated and upgraded a lot since then.
The m.2 960 evo 500gb is $185 in the US recently, I want that at £150 then I bite. I already have a 500gb 850 evo that I paid about this much for, would recommend, quality fast drive.

Dunno about this one should be ok.
amazon has a good hold on the market now, it doesn't need to drive prices down just hold them where everyone else is. the days of cheap have drifted by. perhaps a 5% reduction is all we can expect, generally
Edited by: "psychoid" 22nd Aug 2017
The lowest price I've found for Samsung SSD 960 EVO M.2 500gb is £199.99.
Most of the sellers are selling this for £212+
Daveseans1 h, 22 m ago

technology has now been updated and upgraded a lot since then.



Not really. This is still a SATA drive and is therefore still limited by the 6Gb/s interface.
There's only so much speed you can get out of SATA and SSD's have saturated it for a long time now.

The price hike is solely due to NAND shortage.
minmanas3 h, 58 m ago

To many people that still lives with the past prices... i bought it back …To many people that still lives with the past prices... i bought it back in the day mx300 525GB for £83 shall i vote cold if today this deal is good but compared with last year is $h!T


You can't even be bothered to find a decent deal but moan about others. Nice outlook in life you have.
chapchap1 h, 58 m ago

You can't even be bothered to find a decent deal but moan about others. …You can't even be bothered to find a decent deal but moan about others. Nice outlook in life you have.

Isn't that a bit hypocritical?

(Just saying)
alanbeenthere7 h, 15 m ago

I guess all the cold voters have access to a time machine.


Or maybe just expressing that they don't wish to pay such a price right now.

Prices will be back to normal next year though when the NAND shortage is predicted to be over.
Samsung 850 evo 42% faster effective speed, £138 but a few quid cheaper elsewhere amazon.co.uk/Sam…+GB
Edited by: "1gratefulgraham" 22nd Aug 2017
the 1TB version of this used to be £150, I bought a few of them at different times.
chapchap22nd Aug

You can't even be bothered to find a decent deal but moan about others. …You can't even be bothered to find a decent deal but moan about others. Nice outlook in life you have.

No one's moaning about nothing just saying that people still lives in the past prices... and you're the hero to rescue all them now here LOL. Peace out!
Edited by: "minmanas" 23rd Aug 2017
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