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HP P600 250GB Portable External Solid State Drive, Black $26.94 OD B&M YMMV

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Office depot IN STORE ONLY has the HP P600 250GB Portable External SSD on clearance for $26.94. Availability at this price is pretty good in my area, but YMMV since this is a clearance item.

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Extra storage space provided by this external solid state drive can make it easy to bring large files from work to home, so you can make sure your big project is finished before the deadline hits. This 250GB portable solid state drive in black offers high-speed transfers, so you can move data from device to device more quickly.
  • 250GB maximum storage capacity. Offers additional storage to hold your files, documents, photos and videos.
  • Reliable connectivity with USB 3.1 Type-C to Type-A interface.
  • Provides fast sequential read speeds of up to 560MB/second. Offers a maximum write speed of up to 490MB/second.
  • Compatible with Windows® 10, 8, 7, Mac OS X and Android operating systems.
  • Features a mean time between failures of 2 million hours.
  • Measures 4.13"H × 5.91"W × 1.26"D for easy portability.
  • Backed by the manufacturer's 3-year limited warranty.
Item # 9703411

https://www.officedepot.com/a/pro...nal-Solid/

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Any idea who the manufacturer of the internal SSD is? I'm wondering if the HP600 model number might indictate it is an Intel 600 SSD inside.
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Any idea who the manufacturer of the internal SSD is? I'm wondering if the HP600 model number might indictate it is an Intel 600 SSD inside.
It is likely an HP branded SSD (S600) inside
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My store's inventory was off. Showed 2 in brickseek, but they had none. That's a first with Office Depot for me so far. They're usually pretty good with it.
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Oos. Great price though
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My store's inventory was off. Showed 2 in brickseek, but they had none. That's a first with Office Depot for me so far. They're usually pretty good with it.
They had none, but the employees had 2 in the back...
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They had none, but the employees had 2 in the back...
Exactly lol
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They had none, but the employees had 2 in the back...
If I was working at a sucky place like Office Depot, most likely making minimum wage, working for a company that will probably go out of business in the next five years, I would take advantage of every deal like this that I could.

People here always trash the employees of these employees for taking advantage of these discounts, but I see it as one of the few perks of working at these places. I used to manage a store for a national retailer, and I would tip my employees off if I thought there was a really good discount on something that they could use. I knew that they weren't making much money, but they would still appreciate working there.
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If I was working at a sucky place like Office Depot, most likely making minimum wage, working for a company that will probably go out of business in the next five years, I would take advantage of every deal like this that I could.

People here always trash the employees of these employees for taking advantage of these discounts, but I see it as one of the few perks of working at these places. I used to manage a store for a national retailer, and I would tip my employees off if I thought there was a really good discount on something that they could use. I knew that they weren't making much money, but they would still appreciate working there.
*fisted* You my boy mmikeh
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I hate 'deals' like this. They're never in my radius. Or still available. Or were EVER available outside of the OP's local store.
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shuckable? lol
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Any idea who the manufacturer of the internal SSD is? I'm wondering if the HP600 model number might indictate it is an Intel 600 SSD inside.
There are two internal SSDs, each 125GB raw, 116GB formatted. They are two physical drives, not partitions. I am passing on this one.
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not always in the back, always look on the high shelves on the sides of the store. found a few items in stock up there.
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If I was working at a sucky place like Office Depot, most likely making minimum wage, working for a company that will probably go out of business in the next five years, I would take advantage of every deal like this that I could.

People here always trash the employees of these employees for taking advantage of these discounts, but I see it as one of the few perks of working at these places. I used to manage a store for a national retailer, and I would tip my employees off if I thought there was a really good discount on something that they could use. I knew that they weren't making much money, but they would still appreciate working there.
While that sounds admirable and I envy your empathetic qualities as I myself try to be humble most of the time, if the employees gobbled up all the good deals, Slickdeals wouldn't exist. What you are describing is deals closed off to employees at that point. Why does it take Slickdeals people to find these deals before the employees working at the actual store? I feel like if employees missed their chance to nab the deal before it became viral on Slickdeals, then us common folk should get a fighting chance instead of having spies among us use the advantage of proximity. I may be overplaying my cards here not considering other things, but I really am just coming from a non-argumentative viewpoint and if you can enlighten me, that would be great! Cheers!
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While that sounds admirable and I envy your empathetic qualities as I myself try to be humble most of the time, if the employees gobbled up all the good deals, Slickdeals wouldn't exist. What you are describing is deals closed off to employees at that point. Why does it take Slickdeals people to find these deals before the employees working at the actual store? I feel like if employees missed their chance to nab the deal before it became viral on Slickdeals, then us common folk should get a fighting chance instead of having spies among us use the advantage of proximity. I may be overplaying my cards here not considering other things, but I really am just coming from a non-argumentative viewpoint and if you can enlighten me, that would be great! Cheers!
I think it depends on the context of the deal. If it's a dirt cheap laptop that an employee can use for their academic studies, great, go for it! Other stuff I'm more skeptical about, but if they're reselling to help pay rent, by all means, proceed.
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