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Inland Professional 120GB 3D MLC NAND SATA III 6GB/s 2.5" SSD $24.99 Free In-Store Pickup Microcenter

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This is good if you want to breathe some life back into an older laptop.

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Product Information
SKU 410936
UPC 618996723140
Solid State Specifications
Endurance 75 TBW
Color Black
Capacity 120GB
Read Speed 520 MBps
Write Speed 410 MBps
Interface SATA 3.0 6.0Gb/s
Form Factor 2.5"
Architecture 3D TLC NAND Flash
Random Read 4K 38,000 IOPS
Random Write 4K 80,000 IOPS
Environmental Specifications MTBF 1,500,000 Hours
Shock Resistance 1,500G, 0.5ms

System Requirements
Supported Windows Operating Systems Microsoft Windows 7, 8, 10

Physical Specifications
Width 3.94"
Depth 2.75"
Height 7 mm
2.5" Drive Height Notes Ultra-slim 7mm

Package Contents
Solid State Drive

Warranty
Parts 3 Year Limited
Labor 3 Year Limited
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This is good if you want to breathe some life back into an older laptop.
simply searching for inland would have shown you it's been on SD and amazon for weeks now

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B076XMH2JT
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Not exactly a sale
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got one, thanks. hunt for 500GB one now
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Have trouble trusting such cheap storage, are these actually decent? A lot less "this thing ate all my data" reviews than I expected.
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Have trouble trusting such cheap storage, are these actually decent? A lot less "this thing ate all my data" reviews than I expected.
Currently using this one on this laptop, quicker and the battery lasted longer. For this price point I don't really care. I have the other HDD stored for in case this one failed (OS). Backup your media/data/pictures on the cloud etc.
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Have trouble trusting such cheap storage, are these actually decent? A lot less "this thing ate all my data" reviews than I expected.
all my pc at home, laptops and desktops (total 8) have been running inland ssd as bootdrive. the oldest one is 4 years now. no issue so far on all of them.all those pcs were use for web browsing and light gaming.
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I got a 120GB Crucial M500 back in early 2014 for about $75-$80 (I forget the exact price) and a 120GB Inland SSD about 1-2 years ago for $40. The Crucial drive seems to be faster than the Inland. I ran both on my homebuilt PC with a Gigabyte motherboard I got over 8 years ago (SATA II, 3 GB/s). I had a Linux Mint 18 install on the Crucial and a Windows 10 install on the Inland. The Linux Mint install seemed somewhat faster.

I then wiped my Crucial and put it into my Dell Vostro 1500 that I got for Christmas back in 2007 and put Linux Mint 19...it flies on this ol' lappie!

Having said that... I just ordered another used Crucial M500 off of EBay for $25. Debating whether I would have been better off going with a brand new Inland with a warranty for the same price (but slower performance). I also saw a used 480GB Crucial M500 on Ebay for $48 + $5.xx shipping... I probably should have gone with that?
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$22.99 at MicroCenter now
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$22.99 at MicroCenter now
yep, grabbing an open box item and was looking for something non open box to add so that the $5 off RetailMeNot coupon works. I didnt know that they let you start adding those through the checkout online Smilie

So if someone gets one of these, throw in an SD card or something $7 filler and you'll be able to use the $5 off promo. (Google MicroCenter coupon and its the first one)
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