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PNY Technologies 480GB Elite Portable SSD $15 YMMV Walmart

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These were markdown to $39 a few weeks ago and now have dropped down to $15 at some stores.

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Last Edited by ateizzynuff September 21, 2020 at 04:41 PM
To get your copy of Acronis True Image OEM:
  1. Download the software from this link [acronis.com] and install it.
  2. During install it will ask for your email address.
  3. Enter that and you will quickly get an email asking you to activate your account.
  4. Activate your account.
  5. On the Acronis website under your products [acronis.com] you should see an icon with "PC 1". Click on that to reveal your activation key.
  6. Copy the key and paste it into the Acronis app you have installed.
Anyone can do this without the PNY drive.
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asks for email address on 1st run, AFTER install, not during - in case that matters to anyone
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These drives are exFAT formatted, which is both Windows and Mac compatible, older versions of Windows: XP and Server 2003 need update KB955704 to recognize exFAT.
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Quote from Jeffrey99 :
Got 6+ locally. Got really excited, until I realized it was external SSD. Lol some reason my brain kept reading it as internal.
Sometimes you can take apart external drives.
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Still pretty cheap if you can find stock at the low price. Not the fastest, unfortunately.
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Quote from autosaver :
Sometimes you can take apart external drives.
I think the drive in here is soldered on. So probably is not shukable.
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Brickseek shows some stores within 100 miles of me (SW Oregon) are $59, most are $39, a few are $15. Unfortunately, the only store that doesn't involve a road trip is $39. (My store never has the deals.)

$15 is a great deal though, congrats to those that get it!
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Still pretty cheap if you can find stock at the low price. Not the fastest, unfortunately.
Not just that but they are crap. Bought 3 last week when my store lowered them to $29. One was DOA another broke after 3 uses in 3 days but the other is fine so far. Yeah not too fast but if they work and stay working they are solid
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What do you use these for?
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Plus it's Walmart... they are more likely in a workers locker already. Supper rare for me to ever find a Walmart deal in my area! Good luck!!
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Can this be used for Xbox/PlayStation?
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can we extract the drives out of these?
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These have been on clearance for a while and posted multiple times. Stores may not have stock anymore.
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Two stores that dropped to $15 early this morning near me. Both stores stated having 6+ quantity. First store did have any in the storage location and employee didn't know the difference between HDD and SSD and didn't want to look it up. Second store had three, but hidden behind almost similar shaped boxes (looks like they were in on it). I did ask if they had anymore and they said no. However, after buying it's still showing up as 6+ on BS.
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When you're there, none left
This scheme used to lure people to stores
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