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SSD 850 EVO SATA M.2 500GB through UniDays $129.99

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Samsung is selling the SSD 850 EVO SATA M.2 500GB for 129.99 discounted through Unydays (and Edu mail, of course).

It's a really good deal for a 500 GB SSD.

https://www.samsung.com/us/comput...-n5e500bw/
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Created 12-12-2017 at 05:05 AM by Lao.mayer
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Why the TD? Seems like a good price if you have edu email.
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What size is this? 80 or 60?
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Also if you have discover, you can use discover deals for an additional 10% cash back
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i have a edu email address but for some reason I don't qualify? can anyone assist here?
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i have a edu email address but for some reason I don't qualify? can anyone assist here?
You have to go to Samsung through UNiDAYS portal
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For those that don't have an active edu email and have graduated, you can usually contact them and ask them to reinstate you edu email as an alumni.

My grad school did this.
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For those that don't have an active edu email and have graduated, you can usually contact them and ask them to reinstate you edu email as an alumni.

My grad school did this.
I have an alumni address? Problem is, Unidays still makes you verify that you're an active student using your university's portal. Have you been able to verify with just an alumni address?
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I have an alumni address? Problem is, Unidays still makes you verify that you're an active student using your university's portal. Have you been able to verify with just an alumni address?
Yes, that's what I did.
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Yes, that's what I did.
Did what?

UPDATE: I tried creating an account through my university's portal and it worked. I graduated more than 15 years ago Smilie
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Did what?
I did what you asked about.
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Will this work in the xps 13?
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Will this work in the xps 13?
There are many generations of the XPS 13, which specific model number?
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There are many generations of the XPS 13, which specific model number?
The i5 9360
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The i5 9360
It should work, but remember that this is only a SATA M.2 SSD - the XPS 13 9360 supports the NVMe protocol, which is significantly higher performing. If you only care about capacity, this drive should still get the job done but it isn't as fast as the factory NVMe SSD.
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