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Team Group L5 LITE 2.5" 3D NAND 240GB SSD $60@Newegg Toshiba TR200 $70AC

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240GB Toshiba OCZ TR200 [newegg.com] Series 2.5" SATA 64-layer 3D BiCS SSD $69.99AC
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Price is right but can't find a user benchmark anywhere on the net. Does newegg charge tax in CA?

EDIT $65.XX w/tax in CA. Considering EVO 850 240GB is only $15 more and no tax from BH Photo I'll have to pass.
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Love new prices on SSDs, oh please RAM follow the SSD trend, stop climbing!
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Price is right but can't find a user benchmark anywhere on the net. Does newegg charge tax in CA?

EDIT $65.XX w/tax in CA. Considering EVO 850 240GB is only $15 more and no tax from BH Photo I'll have to pass.
470 400mbps read write neweggs specs are usually on the money I recall seeing test producing within that range can t remember where though
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Intel's QLC plans have taken SSD market by storm. I'll not be amazed if there is a TB version under $150 in the next few months.
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Intel's QLC plans have taken SSD market by storm. I'll not be amazed if there is a TB version under $150 in the next few months.
Even Intel has big profit to sell 1GB SSD at $150, they wouldn't offer you that price. Chips manufacturers have contract to control price.
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I bought Team 32GB microSD once. It was dead in a month so I got replacement.
That replacement died after two months.
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I bought Team 32GB microSD once. It was dead in a month so I got replacement.
That replacement died after two months.
I just called the support number listed for Team Group on Newegg's website and all I got was some kind of automated Walmart gift card sales pitch.
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I emailed them. They shipped out replacement from home address in US.

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I just called the support number listed for Team Group on Newegg's website and all I got was some kind of automated Walmart gift card sales pitch.
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