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Anybody know why SSD prices are dropping? Wonder how far the price will drop by Black Friday.

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Last Edited by RevOne October 1, 2018 at 10:32 AM
instead of posting another deal I'll just link it here. Same SSD for $85 @ NeweggFlash with promo code:

https://flash.newegg.com/Product/...2_10012018

This could be better than zon especially if you have no tax @ newegg

Also available via Newegg for $87.99

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Not a unique price. It would actually be $72 if you use the 20% off promo FALLSAVINGS in Google Express. I feel like these are all going to drop. https://express.google.com/product/4398228775545632464_6993822032390686823_105031661
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Still a deal for most reliable sata 3 ssd on market.
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I think a huge over stock is why prices are dropping.
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May Apple will start using these in the desktops instead of the fusion drives.
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Interested in upgrading and/or adding SSD to my HP 270-p043w. Any suggestions in terms of what SSD/any accessories and software I need to clone ?
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This is a repost and has been posted all over the place. Not much of a deal, as this is the new normal price for these.

There are new gen models coming out and huge stock of previous gen around. These will be dropping for the rest of the year. They will get lower. The 1TB model will be $100-130 by end of the year. Maybe even by BF. This BF is going to be perfect timing for them to blow old gen models out.
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Interested in upgrading and/or adding SSD to my HP 270-p043w. Any suggestions in terms of what SSD/any accessories and software I need to clone ?
Get a hard-drive cable where you can innitialize the new SSD first before you can use them. Something like this

https://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-2-...rive+cable
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Tax kills it. It's been about $95 for a couple of months now. Tax puts it over $92 for most.
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Interested in upgrading and/or adding SSD to my HP 270-p043w. Any suggestions in terms of what SSD/any accessories and software I need to clone ?
In my HP desktop, I bought an 2.5 inch drive tray so it would fit in the 3.5 slot. For software, you can use AOMEI backupper or Easeus todo backup -- both free, Select the "clone" or "Migrate to SSD" options.
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Think we'll see $69 black Friday? 59?
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Think we'll see $69 black Friday? 59?
$29.95 1TB nVme
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Still waiting for that 2TB to drop lol
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$29.95 1TB nVme
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