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The sticker looks good, which is half the consideration for an SSD.
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I bought two of these exact SSDs three months ago for around $70 each. Put one of them in an old ASUS Q200e laptop and another in my mother's laptop. So far I have no issues, they work great. The software is also one of the best I've seen for a SSD, and I tried plenty of brands. I would jump on this and buy another two, but I have no need for 240GB drives. This is also one of the few cheap SSDs that large file transfer is pretty fast, not Samsung Evo fast though, but close enough.
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The sticker looks good, which is half the consideration for an SSD.
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Do we face an over-production of SSD (from many manufactures) that many are of shitty quality?
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At this rate of price correction, imagine how cheap these drives will be around Black Friday.
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I miss the days when these would be free after McAffee rebate from Tiger Direct.....
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I've bought other products manufactured by Toshiba but never a SSD. Can anyone comment on the reliability?
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This is also one of the few cheap SSDs that large file transfer is pretty fast, not Samsung Evo fast though, but close enough.
Not sure what you are basing this statement on. Multiple reviews that I've seen place this SSD near the bottom of the pack, *especially* for large file transfers. Eg:
https://www.storagereview.com/toshiba_tr200_ssd_review
http://www.thessdreview.com/our-reviews/toshiba-tr200-ssd-review-240gb480gb960gb/5/
https://www.pcworld.com/article/3230927/storage/toshiba-tr200-review.html
The speed is not that much faster than fast platter drives. At this price, it still is a good deal to jump in with an SSD for normal operations, but certainly don't expect performance on large file transfers that's up to par with the majority of SSDs out now, even those that are only slightly more expensive.
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I've bought other products manufactured by Toshiba but never a SSD. Can anyone comment on the reliability?
They acquired the SSD business from OCZ. My Agility 4 just died after 6 years of modest use so I'd call that a win.

That said, I'm waiting for an Intel drive to go on sale again, which has a 5-year warranty. I also don't need 240gb of space so it's too bad I missed that 120gb for $30.
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Not sure what you are basing this statement on. Multiple reviews that I've seen place this SSD near the bottom of the pack, *especially* for large file transfers. Eg:
https://www.storagereview.com/tos...ssd_review
http://www.thessdreview.com/our-r...gb960gb/5/
https://www.pcworld.com/article/3...eview.html
The speed is not that much faster than fast platter drives. At this price, it still is a good deal to jump in with an SSD for normal operations, but certainly don't expect performance on large file transfers that's up to par with the majority of SSDs out now, even those that are only slightly more expensive.
I place my statement on my own experience. With most other cheap SSDs I would get around 100mbps on transfering large files. With this SSD I get 350mbps or slightly above.
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At this rate of price correction, imagine how cheap these drives will be around Black Friday.
Pray for no floods in Asia... else prices will go back up
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Why does the drive look like an NVIDIA logo?
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I just bought in Inland Professional for $43 + tax. Anyone know how these compare? Thanks.
https://www.amazon.com/Inland-Professional-240GB-Internal-Solid/dp/B076XXMJZH/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_produc... [amazon.com]


Wish I saw the Crucial MX500 250GB for $49 on prime day but missed it.
https://slickdeals.net/f/11821491-prime-members-250gb-crucial-mx500-2-5-sata-iii-internal-solid-state-drive-48-99?src=SiteSearch
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Why does the drive look like an NVIDIA logo?
might be the perfect drive for somebody building an nvidia themed build laugh out loud
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