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PNY - CS1100 120GB Internal SATA III Solid State Drive for Laptops - Black for $35.99 + FS (Bestbuy)

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Last Edited by thestreetlight June 27, 2016 at 08:39 PM
PNY - CS1100 120GB Internal SATA III Solid State Drive for Laptops - Black for $35.99 + FS (Bestbuy) - No longer available for shipping; limited stock in store.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/pny-c...Id=3935073

This is the lowest price for this drive. Not sure if this is a grt deal.


Product Features
120GB capacity

Enhances performance when booting up and loading applications.
SATA III interface

Backward compatible with SATA II and SATA I interfaces for simple installation in your computer.
Sequential read speeds up to 500MB/sec.

Along with write speeds up to 300MB/sec. ensure a quick response during data transfers.
Low power consumption

Helps conserve your laptop's battery life when you are out and about.

Warranty

Parts
1 year limited
Labor
1 year limited

Compatibility

Minimum System Requirements
Standard SATA power connector

General

Color Category
Black

Dimension

Height
5.5 inches
Width
4.8 inches
Weight
4 ounces

Other

Interface(s)
SATA
Internal Or External
Internal
Maximum Data Transfer Rate
500 megabytes per second
Number Of Drives Included
1
Form Factor
2.5 in.
Hard Drive Type
SSD
Hard Drive Capacity
120 gigabytes
UPC
751492580029
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#2
Low power consumption for it.
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Is this TLC or MLC?
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Quote from wisebrat View Post :
Is this TLC or MLC?
As per the listing from Newegg, this one looks like MLC (although it lists only 240, 480 GB variants):
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6820178763

The PNY CS1111 is power-efficient and helps extend the battery life lasting longer than a HDD at a competitive price point. These SSDs are available in a range of capacities from 120 to 480 GB using MLC NAND flash memory. It's extensive testing ensures compatibility across various platforms, multiple Operating Systems and applications that just work hassle free right out of the box.
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The newer version of this CS1311 is the TLC variant,, it seems.
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#6
would this work in a USB enclosure?
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would this work in a USB enclosure?
Yeah but you'd want to make sure you get one with usb3 and USB Attached SCSI protocol support to get the full speed out of it.
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If this is the same as the original PNY Optima with Silicon Motion controller, then it is quite a good budget SSD, easily outperforming most in its class. I have the CS1111 being the rebadge of the PNY Optima though. Pretty confused by the newer model numbers of PNY SSDs.

EDIT: actually, the picture shows the drive as being CS1111 after all. Not sure why this would get the lowest model # when it should be better than the higher-numbered TLC varieties. And the clearance price on the 240GB for $59.99 is weak given the same drive was on sale for $54.99 at Best Buy last year.
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#9
These are closeouts. I believe PNY wants to sell the newer CS1311 which is cheaper to produce. (Notice Amazon has it for the closeout price too).

Friday I bought the CS1311 at Best Buy for the same price. Since the CS1111 has the MLC as opposed to the TLC, I wish I had waited.

(FWIW, Best Buy has raised the price of the CS1311 by $5.00, probably to try and sell out the CS1111).
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Quote from daveangel View Post :
Yeah but you'd want to make sure you get one with usb3 and USB Attached SCSI protocol support to get the full speed out of it.
kk thanks, gonna look for one on Amazon right now
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Waiting for the TLC version.
Thanks.
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Waiting for the TLC version.
Thanks.
why is that? I thought MLC is more desirable than TLC
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#13
thanks op. got one for my garage computer that is still on a spindle drive. my lord is that thing slow
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#14
Picture shows 1111.
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Quote from GalaxTek View Post :
why is that? I thought MLC is more desirable than TLC
Yes, it is, but I don't get to upgrade every year, when the old one dies. Big Grin
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