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HP S600 2.5" SATA III 120GB Internal Solid State Drive @ Office Depot + Free Pickup $17.99

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Step up to HP S600 to rejuvenate your PC with blazing speed, better stability, enhanced durability and advanced security provided by the 2.5" SATA III solid state drive. You'll appreciate faster startups, shutdowns, data transfers and application response times using the HP internal 120GB SSD.

HP 120GB internal solid state drive features data transfer speeds of up to 520MB/second to allow you to move large files more quickly.
HP SDD S600 2.5" is compatible with most Windows®-based computers as well as most machines running Mac OS X.
Backed by the manufacturer's 3-year limited warranty.
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Are SSD's this cheap now? I have $16.58 in rewards expiring 9/30 and don't know what to use it on.
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The lowest I've seen so far.
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This is a junk dramless drive. Very poor performance. Good luck when it fails, too.
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This is a junk dramless drive. Very poor performance. Good luck when it fails, too.
Where are you getting your information from?
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Where are you getting your information from?
Bought one from Newegg a while back without reading reviews. Worked for about 3 months, then became painfully slow using 90gb. Another couple of weeks and it would no longer be recognized in Windows. Disk management would see the drive, but would not be able to access,format, or rename anything.

Tried to RMA with HP - paid to ship the drive back to a service facility, then waited two weeks only to get an email saying it was denied. Denied because they claimed the drive had "exceeded its temperature rating". Not even sure where they would pull that information from.

Called HP customer service, and they offered a credit to the HP store online. Wound up buying an Omen keyboard.
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Bought one from Newegg a while back without reading reviews. Worked for about 3 months, then became painfully slow using 90gb. Another couple of weeks and it would no longer be recognized in Windows. Disk management would see the drive, but would not be able to access,format, or rename anything.

Tried to RMA with HP - paid to ship the drive back to a service facility, then waited two weeks only to get an email saying it was denied. Denied because they claimed the drive had "exceeded its temperature rating". Not even sure where they would pull that information from.

Called HP customer service, and they offered a credit to the HP store online. Wound up buying an Omen keyboard.
Seeing a lot of posts regarding he reliability of these drives, I purchased 8 units during the SD $24.99 clearance post and all are still up an running in a local LAN center with a few in HTPC's around the house, It's more than likely that you received a defective unit and the RMA process just happens to be horrible. But as it stands you are correct its not the best or fastest SSD, but for the price its perfect for entry level or budget builds and it would slaughter any mechanical drive that isn't in a RAID configuration.
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I was all set to buy one of these to upgrade an old laptop that gets occasional use, but the number of complaints about reliability on these is staggering (vs the number of Amazon comments, etc.) Sadly, I think that I would prefer to waste my OD rewards on something else and avoid the likely frustration of having to RMA this.
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I was all set to buy one of these to upgrade an old laptop that gets occasional use, but the number of complaints about reliability on these is staggering (vs the number of Amazon comments, etc.) Sadly, I think that I would prefer to waste my OD rewards on something else and avoid the likely frustration of having to RMA this.
If your looking for something to spend your OD points on, watch out for Office Depot USB Drive Clearancing and External HDD Clearancing, Got a few 1TB and 2TB WD Passports for $20 and $35 last year.
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Are SSD's this cheap now? I have $16.58 in rewards expiring 9/30 and don't know what to use it on.
Amazon had some Adata's for $14.4 so that's the bottom line.

IMHO 2.5" SSD pricing has remained the same for a while but it's NVME models that are continuing to drop.
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I purchased a dozen or so used/refurbished Lenovo Tiny PCs and I'm replacing the hard drives (4-6 years old) as part of a business transition to paperless technology, which we'll be using web based software.

My question is, can these get much cheaper? I might as well jump on these right? I already purchased a few SSDs from the $30 Intel Microcenter deal, but I'm going to need at least 4 more.
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