WD Green 240GB M.2 Internal SSD - £24.49 / £31.98 delivered @ ebuyer
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WD Green 240GB M.2 Internal SSD - £24.49 / £31.98 delivered @ ebuyer

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Found 15th MayEdited by:"umerfraz"
Was looking for one for a new PC i am building and seemed like a good price.

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Official Product description

WD Green 240GB M.2 Internal SSD
ENHANCED STORAGE FOR YOUR EVERYDAY COMPUTING NEEDS

For fast performance and reliability, WD Green SSDs boost the everyday computing experience in your desktop or laptop PC.

Improved performance for everyday computing

With the performance boost from a WD Green SATA SSD, you can browse the web, play a game, or simply start your system in a flash.

Solid state reliability

Lightweight and shock resistant, WD Green SSDs use no moving parts and help keep your data safe from loss in the case of accidental bumps and drops.

Less power. More play.

WD Green SSDs are among the lowest power consuming drives in the industry. And with less power used, your laptop runs longer.

AN EASY UPGRADE FOR YOUR PC

Compatible with most desktop and laptop PCs, WD Green SSDs are available in 2.5" 7mm and M.2 2280 models for simple, worry-free upgrading.

DOWNLOADABLE WD SSD DASHBOARD AND ACRONIS SOFTWARE

Monitor your drive's health with the free, downloadable WD SSD Dashboard and clone drives with Acronis® True Image™ WD Edition software.

3-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

Every WD Green SSD includes a 3-year limited warranty so you can confidently trust WD for all your data needs.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Transfer speeds up to 545MB/s and capacities up to 240GB with models available for most desktop and laptop PCs.

  • Capacity 240GB
  • Interface SATA 6Gb/s
  • Form Factor 2.5"/7mm M.2 2280
  • Sequential Read up to (MB/s) 545
  • Average Active Power (mW) 80
  • Max Read Operating (mW) 2,800
  • Max Write Operating (mW) 2,800
  • Slumber (mW) 30
  • DEVSLP (mW) 10
  • MTTF Up to 1.0M hours
  • Operating Temperatures 0°C to 70°C
  • Non-Operating Temperatures -55°C to 85°C
  • Operating Vibrations 5.0 gRMS, 10-2000 Hz
  • Non-Operating Vibrations 4.9 gRMS, 7-800 Hz
  • Shock 1,500 G @ 0.5 msec half sine
  • Certifications FCC, UL, TUV, KC, BSMI, VCCI
  • TBW 80
  • Size: 1.5mm x 22.0mm x 80mm
  • Weight: M.2 2280 6.51g +/- 0.5g

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Update: Brutes posted a cheaprer deal but for a400 version on 7dayshop for 24.99 delivered. Not sure what the difference is but that too is M.2
Also thanks ghostcasper for sharing the amazon deal which also is cheaper at 28.49. i actually totally missed the delivery costs from ebuyers. without those it would have been cheapest still.
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I personally still see no point in getting a M.2 if it isn't NVMe . I'd rather go for those Kingston/Integral Sata SSDs for £25
prq15/05/2019 13:19

I personally still see no point in getting a M.2 if it isn't NVMe . I'd …I personally still see no point in getting a M.2 if it isn't NVMe . I'd rather go for those Kingston/Integral Sata SSDs for £25


The point is that there are plenty of (mostly) laptops out there that only support SATA over M2.
Right, which makes non-NVMe M.2's even "less useful"
They are useful if you want to run an M2 sata SSD for the OS whilst also running a normal 2.5" SATA HD in your laptop, as many laptops only have the option for these 2 interfaces/bays
prq15/05/2019 13:19

I personally still see no point in getting a M.2 if it isn't NVMe . I'd …I personally still see no point in getting a M.2 if it isn't NVMe . I'd rather go for those Kingston/Integral Sata SSDs for £25


not all laptops support nvme
GhostCaspar15/05/2019 21:09

not all laptops support nvme


Laptops should get SATA, M.2 for a laptop is paying extra for something that won't be supported.
prq16/05/2019 09:52

Laptops should get SATA, M.2 for a laptop is paying extra for something …Laptops should get SATA, M.2 for a laptop is paying extra for something that won't be supported.


that's not the point, the point is that not all laptops support Sata, therefore instead of shelling out money for a new laptop, you can just get a M.2 drive
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