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120GB HP S700 2.5" SATA III 3D NAND Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) 2DP97AA#ABC $39.99 + Free Shipping
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note this is the S700 not the M700 ... monoprice via ebay has the M700 for same price and that has superior MLC flash memory. I PM'd newegg yesterday to match that deal and they said no. S700 is 3D NAND TLC which is decent though.
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They've also got the 250GB on sale for $69.95
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Read reviews from Guru3D and Benchmark Reviews to see. Anandtech and Tom's also reviewed them. The firmware is HP tweaked, the #1 PC brand. I don't know, probably you could draw a parallel between those who would only buy Apple regardless of price, and those who are diehard Android.

I agree Samsung "performance" as measured by benchmarks may look the best on paper, but if you look at percentages, are you paying 20% more for 2% more performance? Samsung 850EVO has been on sale since 2014 and went through multiple controllers, 24 Layer to 32 Layer to 48 Layer NAND using the same 850EVO branding. Do you think it might be just coincidence that they find they need to update it to 860EVO now that HP SSD is in the market? Nobody would incur the cost and risk of refreshing a brand if they did not need to.

Guru3D Review of Samsung 860 PRO had (and still has) a PCMark 7 table that showed a 1TB HP SSD S700 PRO ranking #1, above the "new" 2TB Samsung 860PRO. A few days later, they "updated" the testing to include PCMark 8 tables and left out the HP SSD on those charts. Interesting, right?

HP SSD has become a top seller in Asia, but the US market just seems much slower to recognize their own American branded SSD.
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They've also got the 250GB on sale for $69.95
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note this is the S700 not the M700 ... monoprice via ebay has the M700 for same price and that has superior MLC flash memory. I PM'd newegg yesterday to match that deal and they said no. S700 is 3D NAND TLC which is decent though.
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Same price on Walmart and they are running 5% cash back on electronic products.
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They've also got the 250GB on sale for $69.95
Looks like Walmart also jumped in with the same promotion. Good for customers.
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Just out of curiosity, is HP ssd any good vs samsung?
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Just out of curiosity, is HP ssd any good vs samsung?
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Tried to get NewEgg to price match M700 on ebay from Monoprice but they refused me too. Oh, well.
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Only Samsung for me.
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note this is the S700 not the M700 ... monoprice via ebay has the M700 for same price and that has superior MLC flash memory. I PM'd newegg yesterday to match that deal and they said no. S700 is 3D NAND TLC which is decent though.
Thx. Brought m700 off ebay
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Just out of curiosity, is HP ssd any good vs samsung?
To simplify a complex question, the Samsung 850 is faster, but you will pay extra for that speed, and in the real world, you won't notice the difference. The M700 someone posted in a response to this thread with its MLC NAND for the same price (monoprice on ebay), is a very solid deal, and is probably the drive I would buy if I needed one to replace my 850 pro today (the 850 pro is signicantly faster but if you can't perceive the difference who cares).
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Read reviews from Guru3D and Benchmark Reviews to see. Anandtech and Tom's also reviewed them. The firmware is HP tweaked, the #1 PC brand. I don't know, probably you could draw a parallel between those who would only buy Apple regardless of price, and those who are diehard Android.

I agree Samsung "performance" as measured by benchmarks may look the best on paper, but if you look at percentages, are you paying 20% more for 2% more performance? Samsung 850EVO has been on sale since 2014 and went through multiple controllers, 24 Layer to 32 Layer to 48 Layer NAND using the same 850EVO branding. Do you think it might be just coincidence that they find they need to update it to 860EVO now that HP SSD is in the market? Nobody would incur the cost and risk of refreshing a brand if they did not need to.

Guru3D Review of Samsung 860 PRO had (and still has) a PCMark 7 table that showed a 1TB HP SSD S700 PRO ranking #1, above the "new" 2TB Samsung 860PRO. A few days later, they "updated" the testing to include PCMark 8 tables and left out the HP SSD on those charts. Interesting, right?

HP SSD has become a top seller in Asia, but the US market just seems much slower to recognize their own American branded SSD.
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Can I use this ssd on an Xbox one?
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