Kingston A2000 1TB M.2 SSD $148.95 + Shipping
Kingston A2000 500GB M.2 SSD @ $81.95 + Shipping
Kingston A400 480GB SATA SSD @ $74.95 + Shipping
Kingston A400 240GB SATA SSD @ $48.95 + Shipping
The A2000s cost an extra 5 cents at Centrecom. I think it's worth it to buy from a more reputable store.
Edit: A400 480GB for $78 delivered at Centrecom too, though I'd strongly recommend getting one of the Barracuda 120s at Umart. The 250GB model is $45 + Delivery and the 500GB $79 + Delivery, both have a DRAM cache.
And the 240GB A400 is $41 + Delivery at Centrecom. This isn't a very good deal.
got my a2000 from centrecom, took a few days for them to get in, c&c , and because it’s a shop front i guess i keep someone in a job ….. shipping kills many of the deals compared to c&c if you live or will be passing by a store.
Centrecom have free shipping for everything above $70 I think.
Edit: Nooo it's $79 haha what a joke they priced the A400 just under that. The only cheapest thing at SSQ is the A400 480GB then.
I ordered something with ShoppingSquare late last month; their site errored out and prevented card payments. As a result, I had to using the BPAY payment method that takes absolutely ages (I think it took like 4 days before the payment cleared).
2 weeks later, the damned order still hasn't shipped.
I shudder to think how shithouse the aftersales would be if something needs an RMA.
I also ordered from CentreCom. Whilst I'm not averse to Futu_Online/Shopping Express (and have bought from them before via their eBay store), CentreCom seems to have a pretty positive reputation.
i want to upgrade my SSD storage. Can someone recommend a good fast SSD for my Dell XP 13? Looking for 1TB.
Yes, buy the expensive one, Samsung 970 Evo Plus or Pro.
Wtf are you on about? An A2000 is more than enough. If you actually wanted those speeds get that WD SN750 deal.
Yeah don't need super dope speed but it should be good enough.
@twoperspectives: Good enough for what? video editing, 4K video, gaming?
You'll need to clarify that?
Well, he asked for a recommendation, without factoring in cost, so clearly Samsung is good and fast.
@kml22: You realize which site you're on right?
@Rajeh: Yes, but making an assumption is a dangerous thing, regardless of what website you're on.
@kml22: An A2000 is plenty, if there was some workload that used 2GB/s the Macbook's CPU wouldn't be able to churn out data that quickly anyway.
whats the difference?
This 480Gb or This one for for just a little more? $79 + Delivery Crucial MX500 500Gb
M.2 SSD is not the same as M.2 NVMe…
But..but m.2 NVMe is an SSD!
What you meant to say is m.2 SATA SSD is not the same as m.2 NVMe SSD
Isn't the 480GB a Sata SSD , same as the cruical MX500 ie a sata SSD?
What am I missing?