So apparently retailers are selling this thing for more than 10x their actual value, or Intel is selling these at a loss in a desperate attempt to drop inventory.
Interesting, either way.
Here is another site that unloaded them. That was the price, period. Now you are paying $40???? These drives are ancient. The heat you feel inside them is from a campfire for the workers in there. http://shop.neobits.com/intel_ssd...234648.php
Last edited by dealwonderland; 12-06-2012 at 01:59 PM..
These are less than 1/3 of the speed of the newer SSDs.
Don't buy these! It'll be like buying a first-gen ipod.
These are great for the price given the right need. I have an older SATA 2 laptop that has a 60GB hard drive, but mostly used only for web browsing. This hard drive will be perfect for a major speed boost at a very reasonable price.
I have never had any problems with TD or their Rebates.
By the time you're supposed to receive your rebate it's past the claim date, so when you eventually realize they never even sent it it's too late to do anything. They always have some bullshit excuse about never receiving it or that the form was filled out improperly.
MIR's are a cancer. They exist in the hopes that people won't bother with them because they're a pain in the ass, which they intentionally are. They're especially bad when they're TD rebates because you're lucky to even get your money after going through all their loops.
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