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This drive offers Up to 470MBps (sequential read) & up to 420 MBps (sequential write) speeds.

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We had 7 of this brand in PCs at my job that run 24/7. In the 6 months we have had them 4 have failed. Two in the first 3 months and two more recently. Buy this brand at your own risk.
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Or $16 With the Crucial MX500 deal that's on here through Staples right now.
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Great price! Free shipping and no tax to IL makes this worth it.
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risky - seems iffy on the quality
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Any comments on quality? Warranty? Performance?

Seems like a decent deal but I saw reviews of the 120GB version every one was buying for $25 and they were pretty miserable. I'm thinking it's better to spend another $25 on a better brand with reliable warranty and support.
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Fully partition these, and greatly lower your chances of getting a dud, without knowing it for a few months.
That way, Newegg can pay for the shipping back on a defective product, rather than having to send to the manufacturer. Where is that anyways, cause if it's freeking to china, well you best be out of your $$.
In that case, they might have some sort of en masse drop to China, because there are soo many defects.
But I am just playing the what if game. Its probably just $10 or something for the size, and they send you out a refurbished unit.
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Awesome price, but awful product.
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Any comments on quality? Warranty? Performance?

Seems like a decent deal but I saw reviews of the 120GB version every one was buying for $25 and they were pretty miserable. I'm thinking it's better to spend another $25 on a better brand with reliable warranty and support.
Or $16 With the Crucial MX500 deal that's on here through Staples right now.
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Nothing beats that 2tb micron in bang for bux.
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decent price, but don't buy it since the price of NAND flash has dropped since April this year
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Any comments on quality? Warranty? Performance?

Seems like a decent deal but I saw reviews of the 120GB version every one was buying for $25 and they were pretty miserable. I'm thinking it's better to spend another $25 on a better brand with reliable warranty and support.
I got the 120GB one for $25 a while back. It went into my HTPC. Since ask my media is on my private server, I'm not worried about data loss. So far, it's working fine, but it's only been a month. Still, good price for my needs.
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why not spend a little more to get a crucial mx500
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We had 7 of this brand in PCs at my job that run 24/7. In the 6 months we have had them 4 have failed. Two in the first 3 months and two more recently. Buy this brand at your own risk.
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cause it aint gold...
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