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500GB Samsung T7 USB 3.2 Portable Solid State Drive (Blue) EXPIRED

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Newegg has 500GB Samsung T7 USB 3.2 Portable Solid State Drive (Blue, MU-PC500H/AM) on sale for $59.49 when you apply promo code AFFEYSB59 at checkout. Shipping is free.

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    • Our research indicates that this offer is $10.50 lower (15% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $69.99
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    • Limited 3-year warranty
    • Memory Components: Samsung 3D V-NAND 3-bit MLC
    • Interface: USB 3.2 Gen 2
    • Max Sequential Read: Up to 1050 MBps
    • Max Sequential Write: Up to 1000 MBps
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    • 2.20"x3.40"x0.30" (WxDxH)
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SAMSUNG T7 Portable SSD 500GB - Up to 1050 MB/s - USB 3.2 External Solid State Drive, Blue and Gray, use 15% off promo code EMCEYSB59 NLA, see FP for new code., $59.5 + tax

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rgreene79 asked this question on 07-29-2021 at 02:09 PM
07-29-2021 at 02:10 PM
Yes, it comes with a USB-C to USB-A cable.

Although from my understanding Digital Foundry showed theres no difference between a traditional SATA SSD (~500 mbps) and an NVME SSD (~1000mbps; this one), however there is a noticeable difference between either flavor of external SSD and an external mechanical HDD.

The prior generation SATA SSDs have been pretty cheap as theyre getting replaced with newer NVME versions on the shelves. Costco had a 1Tb SATA one for $80 I think not that long ago. Regardless this is a solid price, but with the size of games being what they are now I personally would get a 1Tb external SSD.
07-29-2021 at 02:10 PM
Hey, I saw the other person's response to you. Please know that this will NOT work on games that are Series S/X specific or enhanced. It will only work as an external for OG Xbox, Xbox 360, and Xbox One games.
kwaboat asked this question on 07-29-2021 at 02:12 PM
07-29-2021 at 02:12 PM
It's a portable (external) Solid State Drive.
avk12345 asked this question on 07-30-2021 at 09:48 AM
Crazybud asked this question on 07-30-2021 at 09:51 AM

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What kind of drive is in this?
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What kind of drive is in this?
It's a portable (external) Solid State Drive.
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Is this better than T5?
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What kind of drive is in this?
It quotes a write speed of 1000mb/s, so it can't possibly be SATA - likely a nvme drive, but might be over a proprietary interface.
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It quotes a write speed of 1000mb/s, so it can't possibly be SATA - likely a nvme drive, but might be over a proprietary interface.
Thanks. Do they still may msata drives?
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Amazon price matched for $69.99. May be a decent deal if you have 5% back with one of their cards and don't want to deal with Newegg.
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Amazon price matched for $69.99. May be a decent deal if you have 5% back with one of their cards and don't want to deal with Newegg.
But NewEgg has 15% on top of that bringing it to $59.50.
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Can I use this as an external drive for my Xbox Series X?
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Thanks op
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Can I use this as an external drive for my Xbox Series X?
Yes, it comes with a USB-C to USB-A cable.

Although from my understanding Digital Foundry showed theres no difference between a traditional SATA SSD (~500 mbps) and an NVME SSD (~1000mbps; this one), however there is a noticeable difference between either flavor of external SSD and an external mechanical HDD.

The prior generation SATA SSDs have been pretty cheap as theyre getting replaced with newer NVME versions on the shelves. Costco had a 1Tb SATA one for $80 I think not that long ago. Regardless this is a solid price, but with the size of games being what they are now I personally would get a 1Tb external SSD.
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I'm using T5 with my ps5
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Nice, good price I may pick one up..
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I'm using T5 with my ps5
I use the T5 for the PS5 as well, but you can only play PS4 games off of it (or simply store PS5 games).

The difference in loading times when using the external SSD for PS4 games is worth it, though, in my opinion.
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