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Highly Anticipated Electronics via Amazon has select Patriot P210 2.5" SATA III Internal Solid State Drives on sale starting at $37.99 -> Now: $36.99. Shipping is free.

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Available capacities:
  • 512GB (P210S512G25) $37.99 Now-> $36.99
  • 2TB (P210S2TB25) $134.99 Now-> $129.99
B&H Photo Video has select Patriot P210 2.5" SATA III Internal Solid State Drives on sale starting at $15.99. Shipping is free (unless otherwise noted).

Available capacities:
  • 128GB (P210S128G25) $16.99 Now-> $15.99 + $3.99 shipping
  • 256GB (P210S256G25) $24.99 Now-> $25.99 Now-> $24.99
  • 512GB (P210S512G25) $37.99 Now-> $36.99
  • 1TB (P210S1TB25) $69.99 Now-> $71.99 Now-> $66.99
    • Expected availability: 2-4 weeks Now- > Backordered
  • 2TB (P210S2TB25) $134.99 Now-> $139.99 Now-> $129.99
    • Expected availability: 2-4 weeks Now- > Temp OOS
About this product:
  • Up to 520 MB/s Sequential Read Speed
  • Up to 430 MB/s Sequential Write Speed
  • Interface: SATA III 6 GB/s (backwards compatible with SATA II)
  • Form Factor: 2.5"
  • 3-Year Warranty

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The prices for all sizes seem very reasonable. The 128GB in particular is cheaper than the last deal ($20). Shipping appears to be free on all except the 128GB but free with orders over $50

$16.99 + $3.99 shipping 128GB https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...3_2_5.html
$24.99 256GB https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...3_2_5.html -Now $25.99 $24.99
$37.99 512GB https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...sata3.html -Expired OOS Now $36.99 Available again
$69.99 1TB https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...3_2_5.html -Now $71.99 $66.99 / On backorder
$134.99 2TB https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...3_2_5.html -Now $139.99 $129.99 / expected 2-4 weeks
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All DRAM-less.
This is a good upgrade if your current laptop/desktop is still using a spinning hard drive.

Dram-less drives are best used for read operations, so fine for general storage and game installs. They typically have shortage life spans than drives with Dram.

Write performance will be weak, so not recommended as your OS install drive (although still better than a hard drive).
If you are upgrading from an hdd, this will be a HUGE improvement. To the point that it will seem like a new laptop. I have used laptops with higher end ssd's and laptops with these type of low end ssd's, and there is no noticeable difference in starting windows or opening programs between the two. Maybe if you are transferring large files you would see a difference, but how often do you really do that?

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All DRAM-less.
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This one or the 512GB Teamgroup AX2 3D NAND 2.5" SATA Internal Solid State Drive (T253A3512G0C101) on sale for $36.99, for use with an XBox One S (with a SATA to USB-A adapter)
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Would this be a good upgrade to a laptop for general use?
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Would this be a good upgrade to a laptop for general use?
Theses are probably not the best. Faster than a hard drive but slow for an SSD. If you are using it as your boot drive you probably want to spend a little more and get a better SSD.
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According to this video, tiny SLC buffer, with write performance quickly dropping to 120 MB/s when SLC buffer is full.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ckroeqEkQYY
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Would this be a good upgrade to a laptop for general use?
How old is your laptop? Does your laptop use a standard 2.5" drive? Many I see are M.2. Bought a used laptop from my work. Probably 4-5 years old and it used M.2.
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Would this be a good upgrade to a laptop for general use?
If you are upgrading from an hdd, this will be a HUGE improvement. To the point that it will seem like a new laptop. I have used laptops with higher end ssd's and laptops with these type of low end ssd's, and there is no noticeable difference in starting windows or opening programs between the two. Maybe if you are transferring large files you would see a difference, but how often do you really do that?
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This is a good upgrade if your current laptop/desktop is still using a spinning hard drive.

Dram-less drives are best used for read operations, so fine for general storage and game installs. They typically have shortage life spans than drives with Dram.

Write performance will be weak, so not recommended as your OS install drive (although still better than a hard drive).
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Are these the same drives that work with the Atmos Ninja V?
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How would this work for a external drive with enclosure?
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Probably best used in like PlayStation 4 since fast ssd don't make a difference
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How would this work for a external drive with enclosure?
put it in the 2.5 SATA enclosure, plug into computer, format, done.
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Not a terrible choice if you like to keep a large game library.
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