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2TB SanDisk SSD Plus SATA III 2.5" Solid State Drive SSD EXPIRED

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BH Photo Video has 2TB SanDisk SSD Plus SATA III 2.5" Solid State Drive SSD (SDSSDA-2T00-G26) on sale for $209.99 - Extra $40 Off coupon found on product page = $169.99 (automatically applied in cart). Shipping is free.

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About the Product
  • 2TB Storage Capacity
  • 2.5"/7mm form factor
  • SATA III 6 Gb/s Interface
  • Up to 535 MB/s Sequential Read Speeds
  • Up to 450 MB/s Sequential Write Speeds
  • SLC Caching
  • Cloning Software included to transfer existing HDD/SSD to your current SSD
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  • Includes a standard 1-Year warranty w/ purchase

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  • Price Research: Purchase this unit today and save $30 Off (15% Savings) from the next best available price at $199.99 (this discount includes the extra $40 off coupon savings from B&H)
  • Ample space capacity for any of your storage needs for your notebook/desktop. SSD allows faster boot times and faster access to your data than a traditional spinning hard drive. Recommended for PC workload such as web browsing, email, casual gaming, office productivity, and audio/video entertainment & more
  • Your extra $40 off coupon will automatically applied to the order total in cart
  • Offer valid only for March 31, 2021 or while promotion last
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  • You may also choose to protect your product at an additional code w/ their Allstate Protection Plan starting from $14.99
  • BH Photo Video is an authorized dealer of SanDisk/related products
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Show me where you can get a quality 2TB NVME SSD for $169.
It worked for a handful of people, and not for very long--it's not at all clear that the coupon was even intended to work for their entire line of products--people discovered this on accident for their 1TB/4TB drives, and afterward a ton of people reported canceled/unfulfilled orders. $150 for a 2TB NVMe is not remotely common (yet)--if it was, the very same drive wouldn't have been on sale for $40 more ($190) earlier today.
unless you're a professional or a data center that constantly writes data, i wouldn't worry too much about TBW ratings.

500TBW equates to about writing (not reading, but writing) about 137GB per DAY over 10 years to hit that limit. for everyday uses (gaming, storage), it's not a concern. for professional/enterprise uses where data is constantly written and transferred, then it would be more important (but most professionals would opt for an NVMe for the speed as well).

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Meh deal. Could get nvme at this price.
Show me where you can get a quality 2TB NVME SSD for $169.
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Another great thing about this is the Payboo card eliminating tax.
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Meh deal. Could get nvme at this price.
Not everyone is looking for an NVME or M.2 drive in general. This SSD has significant storage for a great price, and the 2.5 factor makes it quite versatile. Suiting the needs of most.
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Does this works for laptop?
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Does this works for laptop?
depends on the model
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Meh deal. Could get nvme at this price.
I kind of agree. I am using the 2.5 format less and less.

The new 4 lane NVME are out so the value of even those seem a bit high, but if I do buy storage, it will be nvme....
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lol the inland nvme was on sale for $151. You can quite often get a 2tb nvme from Newegg for similar prices if you do the new email subscriber trick. Stop hating and do your research.
It worked for a handful of people, and not for very long--it's not at all clear that the coupon was even intended to work for their entire line of products--people discovered this on accident for their 1TB/4TB drives, and afterward a ton of people reported canceled/unfulfilled orders. $150 for a 2TB NVMe is not remotely common (yet)--if it was, the very same drive wouldn't have been on sale for $40 more ($190) earlier today.
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I kind of agree. I am using the 2.5 format less and less.

The new 4 lane NVME are out so the value of even those seem a bit high, but if I do buy storage, it will be nvme....
even PCIE 3.0 NVME, that's PCIE 3.0 x4 if the "4 lane" means that instead of PCIE 4.0
There is a maximum number of PCIE lanes supported by CPU, so it's possible that the lanes are not enough for multiple NVME SSDs unless HEDT or server CPU
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i just don't understand why so many people make a comment like "not NVME" under the SATA SSD, NVME is not better than SATA all the time such as in NAS and multiple GPU machine.
In general case, hot plug is not support for m2 NVME. I know not everyone needs that, but that's a kind of important feature for home server, not to mention the enterprise servers.
Also, some low quality NVME SSD has worse 4k speed than a quality SATA SSD, simply a larger USB drive.
The difference between the SATA SSD and NVME SSD is not like USB3 vs USB2, even though NVME is the trending.
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