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Backup because you value your data, not your brand of SSD.
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They are not as micro
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SATA not NVME.
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Does anybody wonder why SSDs are cheaper than MicroSDs or is it just me?
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Does anybody wonder why SSDs are cheaper than MicroSDs or is it just me?
They are not as micro
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They are not as micro
Aha. They are faster and more reliable.
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Aha. They are faster and more reliable.
Not this brand. Lol
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Not this brand. Lol
Can you back that up? Almost everything I read indicated otherwise including the 1800+ Amazon reviews.


I'm asking seriously as I can still cancel my order.


TIA
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Backup because you value your data, not your brand of SSD.
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It was joke. I ordered 1 too for a friend. It's a great price. The fail rate on these is probably acceptable but anyone who ever had a fail without a backup will tell you it can bite. These days a lot lives on in the cloud, but anyone in IT will tell you flash memory of any shape or form is not a backup. In short, buy it but plan for a fail. You don't want to be caught with no plan. This is true on all but the most reliable brands. The only SSDs I don't backup are my 850 Evos. And that's probably pretty stupid of me too
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Never heard of this brand? Are they new? Who are they comparable to?
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Does anybody wonder why SSDs are cheaper than MicroSDs or is it just me?
Have you actually consider the physical size of the microSD might be a factor?
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SATA not NVME.
You want NVME for $36?
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Never heard of this brand? Are they new? Who are they comparable to?
They do a bit of tech stuff. Have a couple of their flash drives, but they fail after a year or two. Not sure about SSD though.
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