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Costco Members: 4TB Sandisk NVME Extreme Portable Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has 4TB Sandisk NVME Extreme Portable Solid State Drive (SDSSDE61-4T00-ACOM) on sale for $289.99. Shipping is free.

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Note, active Costco Membership is required for sale price. Otherwise, 5% surcharge applies. Limit 3 per customer.

Features:
  • Up to 1050MB/s Read Speed, 1000MB/s Write Speed
  • Ruggedized - Water & Dust Resistant
  • 5-year Limited Warranty and a Durable Silicone Shell for Added Protection
  • Carabiner + 2-Year Recovery Software Subscription Included

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    • Offer is valid 11/22/22 through 11/28/22. While supplies last. Limit 3 per member.
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    • Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars overall based on 142 reviews.
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Costco has the SanDisk NVMe 4 TB Extreme Portable SSD on sale for 289.99 (Costco Members)

Features:
Fast NVMe™ Up to 1050MB Transfer Speed
Nearly 2x as Fast as our Previous Generation
Drop Protection, IP55 Water and Dust Resistance, X-ray and Shock Proofing
5-year Limited Warranty and a Durable Silicone Shell for Added Protection
Carabiner + 2-yr Recovery Software Subscription Included

https://www.costco.com/sandisk-nv...93882.html
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just FYI if you have an M1 or M2 Macbook, you're not going to get the 1050 speeds. It'll cap out around 800 or so.

You'll need a Thunderbolt Hard Drive Enclosure and M2 SSD if you're trying to get over 2000 read and write speeds.

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TLC, not QLC, but no DRAM either. Toms' Hardware gave it a pretty good review. Just ordered one.

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...ssd-review
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Any clue what would be the in store price of this?
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Any clue what would be the in store price of this?
I went in store where I live - Virginia - and they only had up to 1tb in stock.

I had my 4 tb shipped to store and it should arrive by Friday.
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Thanks this is a great price. Probably won't get many takers, as most normal people don't need NVME + 4 TB, but as someone who has 10 SSDs and needs more for work, this is just what I needed.
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Thanks this is a great price. Probably won't get many takers, as most normal people don't need NVME + 4 TB, but as someone who has 10 SSDs and needs more for work, this is just what I needed.
You're welcome!
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I wish this were last month when I needed this. damn.
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Thanks this is a great price. Probably won't get many takers, as most normal people don't need NVME + 4 TB, but as someone who has 10 SSDs and needs more for work, this is just what I needed.
I'm in IT and I don't need ten! What is it that you do?
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Is this good or overkill for Tesla or any other car storage
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I got one, its fast enough for 4k video editing.
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Is this good or overkill for Tesla or any other car storage
Wait! You can store a car in these things??
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I'm in IT and I don't need ten! What is it that you do?
Maybe he is in the entertainment business of the NSFW kind, if you know what I've mean. Lust
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just FYI if you have an M1 or M2 Macbook, you're not going to get the 1050 speeds. It'll cap out around 800 or so.

You'll need a Thunderbolt Hard Drive Enclosure and M2 SSD if you're trying to get over 2000 read and write speeds.
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Silly question, but is this more for "on the go" traveling, or does it make sense to have for a home desktop?

My m.2 NVME ports are totally full, but I have a couple open SATA Ports. Is this better for home-use than something like the EVO 870 Sata drive?

Also does anyone know what "TBW" these are rated at?
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