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Samsung 850 EVO 500GB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD $129.99 with Google Pay at Bhphotovideo.com Android mobile YMMV

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I'm not getting an option to use Google Pay. Is there anything I need to do to trigger that?
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I am very surprise that these Samsung ssds hold their value such a long time. I bought this one and half year ago with around $95 dollars from eBay and it still rocks.
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Same here. Can't figure out how to get it to use Google pay. I'm on Android and in chrome. All I see is credit card or PayPal.
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Same here. Can't figure out how to get it to use Google pay. I'm on Android and in chrome. All I see is credit card or PayPal.
I got it working. I had to go to their homepage on my phone, then in the banner, click where it mentioned paying with Google Pay. Then, once I went to checkout, it offered the option to pay with Google Pay. A bit of a pain, but it's $10 off the current normal price.
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Don't forget that Chase Freedom is offering 5% back when using Android pay (now Google Pay)
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Only $10 difference from Amazon, Best Buy, or New Egg. Take ad in to Best Buy for price match and take it home same day if in stock.
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Only $10 difference from Amazon, Best Buy, or New Egg. Take ad in to Best Buy for price match and take it home same day if in stock.
But they have tax, well maybe not Newegg for some. Does Google pay charge tax?
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is only I had an android phone Frown
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Only $10 difference from Amazon, Best Buy, or New Egg. Take ad in to Best Buy for price match and take it home same day if in stock.
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Only $10 difference from Amazon, Best Buy, or New Egg. Take ad in to Best Buy for price match and take it home same day if in stock.
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Only $10 difference from Amazon, Best Buy, or New Egg. Take ad in to Best Buy for price match and take it home same day if in stock.
and pay tax.... which kills your savings...
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I'm pretty sure the newegg deal for the 960 EVO 500gb for 215 is more worth than the 850.
The one you posted may or may not be a "better" deal. It's also $85 (65%) more expensive for exactly the same capacity and 95% of the time you'll never see any difference in performance.
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The one you posted may or may not be a "better" deal. It's also $85 (65%) more expensive for exactly the same capacity and 95% of the time you'll never see any difference in performance.
And the 960 is the M.2 NVME drive where the 850 can be either M.2 2280 or standard SATA as this one appears to be. You can see the difference in benchmarks with the 960 if the rest of your hardware can keep up. I don't need that kind of blistering speed, nor does my hardware support NVME, so I just have the M.2 version of the 850. It's been rock solid in my laptop.
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And the 960 is the M.2 NVME drive where the 850 can be either M.2 2280 or standard SATA as this one appears to be. You can see the difference in benchmarks with the 960 if the rest of your hardware can keep up. I don't need that kind of blistering speed, nor does my hardware support NVME, so I just have the M.2 version of the 850. It's been rock solid in my laptop.
I have a dell precision m6700 workstation, can I install the NVMe ssds in it? or just regular SSD Sata?
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I have a dell precision m6700 workstation, can I install the NVMe ssds in it? or just regular SSD Sata?
This is straight off the specification sheet on Dell's website.

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Support for four storage devices: one 2.5" drive in easy eject drive bay; one 2.5" drive in internal bay; one 2.5" in optical bay caddy6; one solid state Mini-Card; Dell Fast Response Free Fall Sensor standard • 7200rpm SATA 3Gb/s hard drive from 320GB up to 750GB; 7200rpm 320GB FIPS Certified Self Encrypting Drive • SSD (Solid state drive) from 128GB to 512GB SATA 6Gb/s • 128GB or 256GB Solid State Mini-Card secondary storage device Optional RAID 0 or 1 (requires minimum of two storage devices); Optional RAID 5 (requires minimum of three storage devices)
The minicard is probably a standard mSATA connection as opposed to the newer M.2. I would just replace the standard drive that is in your laptop with a good sized 2.5" SSD so you can shave a little weight by removing the mechanical drive and you'll get a good speed return in boot times and application loading times.
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