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Seagate Maxtor Z1 960GB 2.5" SATA SSD for £86.12 delivered @ Amazon
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Seagate Maxtor Z1 960GB 2.5" SATA SSD for £86.12 delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 12th JunEdited by:"idontflycathay"

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Nice high capacity SSD drive for a low price

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The Maxtor® Z1 2.5-inch internal SSD provides 960 GB of storage to bring your desktop and laptop applications to life with faster system boots, loads and transfer times.

Features
• Take your desktop or laptop to the next level with the performance you need at a fraction of the cost.
• Increased durability with robust shock and vibrational resistance (1500G/.5ms).
• 3-year limited warranty and 1.2M-hr MTBF for peace of mind.
• Upgrade lagging laptop and desktop systems with plug-and-play standard 2.5-inch SATA form factor.
• Improve existing system performance with high sequential read/write speeds (540MB/s and 475 MB/s).
• Power-efficient drive uses only up to 2.2W in active power.
• Be mobile longer with extended battery life in laptops and portable devices.

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Is this a good brand?
Didn't realise they were still making maxtors. Sure I had a 500mb one at one time.
Its nice to see ssd's finally going below the £1 per gigabyte mark
jameswalker45712/06/2020 06:44

Is this a good brand?


I've used maxtor drives since year dot james never had issues.
Maxtor are owned by segate these days
Recall many moons ago waiting for what seemed like an eternity (in reality it was probably a year or two) for any 60GB SSD to drop below £100. Also, the first 960GB consumer grade SSD hitting the market costing just under one grand!

2013 saw a Crucial M500 960GB SSD drop under the £500 mark.
Personally id spend more on the mx500 over this infact it was up for less than this the other day
Norbert_Noggins12/06/2020 08:39

Personally id spend more on the mx500 over this infact it was up for less …Personally id spend more on the mx500 over this infact it was up for less than this the other day


Why's that?
Am I correct in assuming this is dramless ? Cant see anything on the data sheet relating to DRAM
Fluffykins12/06/2020 08:54

Why's that?


Its a known quantity. This has no info on the spec sheet usually means its not great ie dram less
Norbert_Noggins12/06/2020 08:39

Personally id spend more on the mx500 over this infact it was up for less …Personally id spend more on the mx500 over this infact it was up for less than this the other day


Where was that?
Its was an ebay voucher deal its gone now but even at a non discounted rate the mx500 is a potentially better deal
Markoffski6312/06/2020 07:36

Its nice to see ssd's finally going below the £1 per gigabyte mark


I guess you mean £1 per 10GB as otherwise this would be close to £960
adamspencer9512/06/2020 15:11

I guess you mean £1 per 10GB as otherwise this would be close to £960 ( …I guess you mean £1 per 10GB as otherwise this would be close to £960


Haha yep you right
Maxtor are now owned by Seagate.
Maxtor HDDs were always cheap because they were trash.

Seagate have decided to follow suit with their HDDs and SSDs. Avoid at all costs.
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