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esc1a 1,154 772 November 20, 2015 at 01:47 AM in Solid State Drives (SSD) (5) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 11-20-2015 by Discombobulated at 07:10 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has 120GB Intel 535 Series 2.5" Solid State Drive SSD (SSDSC2BW120H6R5) on sale for $49.99 - $10 promo code EMCKKNA26 (apply at checkout) = $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks esc1a

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Our research indicates that this 120GB Intel 535 Series 2.5" Solid State Drive SSD is $30 lower (42% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $70. - Discombobulated

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#3
i like this item and price. does anyone know if there is a similar coupon for the 240GB version which is only $79.99?
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$3.60 CA sales tax, but I got free shop runner 2 day shipping, so still worth the buy.
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#5
120gb? Did we slide back into 2010?
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#6
It depends what you use it for.

While similar brands exist, at this price point and it's 5 year warranty, I think it's worth it.
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#7
How come there were so many deals on ssd's last year during thanksgiving and I barely see any ssd deals this time
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got one of these last year for $55. practically revived my 2008 laptop. no problems with it so far. warranty makes this worthwhile despite the low capacity. if you're worried about that then just get two of these and problems solved.
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Quote from machos View Post :
How come there were so many deals on ssd's last year during thanksgiving and I barely see any ssd deals this time
Because the cost of them has dropped dramatically.
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#10
Got one for a laptop. Sure wish similar deal would come along for kit version. I have another desktop I need to convert.

BTW, converted a desktop with this drive last year (using kit version). In daily, heavy, use . . . . . drive is holding up well. Love that 5 year warranty.
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Quote from shinobi1 View Post :
Got one for a laptop. Sure wish similar deal would come along for kit version. I have another desktop I need to convert.

BTW, converted a desktop with this drive last year (using kit version). In daily, heavy, use . . . . . drive is holding up well. Love that 5 year warranty.
what is kit version?
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120gb? Did we slide back into 2010?
Hmmm... there are more portable computing devices today that have < 120GB storage than there were in 2010.
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Last edited by zhopa November 20, 2015 at 05:58 AM
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Hmmm... there are more portable computing devices today that have < 120GB storage than there were in 2010.
Lame! Portability has zero bearing on storage density.
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Lame! Portability has zero bearing on storage density.
How is that related to this discussion?
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i use them as boot drives and have been banishing hdd's from all systems that i get near. a 120 or 128 has plenty to hold Windows and all needed apps. $40-50 i consider a reasonable investment to revive an older pc that can be used for a few more years, but i do prefer to stick with brands i trust, incl Sandisk, Samsung, Crucial, etc. YMMV of course. have been waiting for this kind of price for this drive which will replace a few years old Samsung SSD in my HP Microserver

Kit version of SSD's usually has bracket, filler, screws etc for install to a 3.5" (desktop) drive bay
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