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Inland Professional 120GB SATA III 2.5" SSD $34.99 AC B&M ONLY

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Inland SSD 120GB
$39.99 - $5 Coupon

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...tate_Drive

240GB $69.99- $5 coupon

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...tate_Drive
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Awesome thanks!
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not seeing hwo to add the coupon on the 256gb... IS it a unique code?
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Where is the coupon?
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where can we find said $5 coupon?
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Coupon only for in store. SD won't let me link coupon.

Google $5 off $30 micro center coupon.
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Coupon only for in store. SD won't let me link coupon.

Google $5 off $30 micro center coupon.
Thanks. That was not hard to find. It expires on 10/31 as an FYI!
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Thanks. That was not hard to find. It expires on 10/31 as an FYI!
They usually put a new one up/extend the expiration each month.
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Never heard of this company, seems like it's unique to Microcenter. If anyone picks theirs up, please let the rest of us know your impression of it.

ETA: Googling the UPC brings up a link to Microcenter which names EVGA as the manufacturer (although the link brings you to the same Inland page on MC site). EVGA's website makes no mention of SSDs.
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Found the IPSG page which reminded me of the fruitless attempt years ago to get support with a different Inland product.

http://www.ipsgproducts.com/produ...index.html

If I recall correctly that item was also not listed on their site and after getting the runaround with them and http://inlandproduct.com/ I just returned it and got a different brand.

I wish you better luck if you have issues with this.
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oh god. inland SSD?
run before its too late
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Never heard of this company, seems like it's unique to Microcenter. If anyone picks theirs up, please let the rest of us know your impression of it.

ETA: Googling the UPC brings up a link to Microcenter which names EVGA as the manufacturer (although the link brings you to the same Inland page on MC site). EVGA's website makes no mention of SSDs.

Inland is microcenters rosewill/Ultra.
Their stuff often comes from the same factory u can tell they are just rebranded.
You wouldnt pay money for a rosewill HDD would you? Ha ha
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Rosewill makes ssds? I'll be damned
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Inland is microcenters rosewill/Ultra.
Their stuff often comes from the same factory u can tell they are just rebranded.
You wouldnt pay money for a rosewill HDD would you? Ha ha
So whats so bad about this product again? ( sorry im noob) and why does rosewill has such a bad reputation?
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Inland is microcenters rosewill/Ultra.
Their stuff often comes from the same factory u can tell they are just rebranded.
You wouldnt pay money for a rosewill HDD would you? Ha ha
Would the Inland/Rosewill SSD not be as reliable as a the comparable Kingston, for $15 more?

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...tate_Drive
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