Until recently, solid date drives (SSDs) were something of a luxury in the PC world. They were expensive, and most only had enough storage for the operating system. Thankfully, this has drastically changed over the past few years. SSDs are becoming cheaper, faster, and better.
While solid state drives are still more expensive than hard drives when compared by storage capacity, even cheap SSDs are faster than comparable hard drives. If you're trying to find some great SSD deals, you've come to the right place.
Samsung 970 EVO | 250GB-2TB | NVMe M.2 | $10-100 off
Samsung's lineup of high-end M.2 SSDs are on sale right now at B&H. The 250GB model is $87.99 ($10 off), the 500GB is $147.99 ($20 off), the 1TB is $297.99 ($40 off), and the 2TB is $577.99 ($100 off). (Posted: 9/17)
Silicon Power A55 | 512GB | SATA | $74.99 ($15 off)
This is a good mid-range SSD, and it's currently $15 lower than the previous price. Buy at Amazon (Posted: 9/6)
Kingston 2280 | 240GB | NVMe M.2 | $44.95 ($14 off)
If you want an M.2 drive instead, this is another daily Amazon deal. It's $14 off the previous price. Buy at Amazon (Posted: 9/5)
Kingston A400 SSD 120GB | $28.99 ($12.61 off)
Kingston's lineup of A400 drives aren't the fastest SSDs you can buy, but they're still significantly quicker than conventional HDDs. Buy at Amazon (Posted: 9/5)
ADATA XPG SX8200 M.2 960GB SSD | $203.99 ($94 off)
This is a fantastic deal on an M.2 SSD, and this paticular model is rated for sequential read and write performance of up to 3,200MB/s and 1,700MB/s, respectively. Make sure to use coupon code SAVE15 at checkout to get the full discount. Buy at store (Posted: 9/3)
Inland Professional 512GB M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe SSD | $99.99
If you have a PC that supports NVMe M.2 drives, this 512GB Inland Professional drive offers sequential read/write speeds of up to 1550MB/s and 950MB/s, respectively. Buy at Amazon (Posted: 8/26)
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